Are you afraid to eat because of stomach pain, bloating, constipation or diarrhea?
Is gas, bloating, constipation and diarrhea ruining your personal and professional life?
Digestive issues can be exhausting both physically and emotionally. Figuring out the root cause and controlling your symptoms can be frustrating and difficult. So often there seems to be no pattern to what will trigger an embarrassing bout of digestive pain or diarrhea. To make matters worse, one diet change may work for your friend, but it might not help you. Each of us are very complex in terms of genetics, personal medical history and our own gut microbiome. These unique differences play a huge role in how you tolerate foods. Luckily there is hope, our digestive dietitians like helping clients find solutions to their digestive issues.Our digestive dietitians are skilled at putting together the pieces of your digestive puzzle in order to find solutions to solve your symptoms. Read more below about various types of digestive disorders and ways that we can help you feel better.
Roadmap to Digestive Relief
Did you know that there are therapeutic diets that can help you manage your irritable bowel symptoms of gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation and pain? One of these is called Low FODMAP which can be challenging to follow on your own. We have personal and professional experience and resources to make this trial more successful and convenient in your everyday life.
Did you know that food sensitivities are related to your immune system?
Food sensitivities can have delayed responses up to 72 hours after eating which makes them difficult to identify. This is why food sensitivity testing can be so beneficial! Most people with food sensitivities have multiple symptoms including bloating, nausea, vomiting, heartburn, diarrhea and stomach pain. We can help you decrease inflammation and feel better.
Did you know that digestive disorders can make you feel exhausted? Your digestive symptoms may causing you to not be eating or digesting foods properly. We are here to help you figure out why you feel this way so you can start to feel energized again.
We can help you make changes to your diet in order to feel more alert, combat tiredness, fight fatigue, and strengthen your immune system.
Tools for Managing Digestive Disorders
Do you fear you have to give up your favorite foods to reduce your stomach pain? We can help you determine what foods are causing your bloating, gas, diarrhea, or stomach pain, so you can start to feel more in control. Nobody should feel like they have to cut out every food forever! Our dietitians can help you with a plan to make sure you don’t have to in order to live pain-free.
See our recipes based on Digestive Disorders
Food Sensitivity Testing
We have several testing options for you if you are trying to figure out how your diet is affecting your symptoms. Our first option is MRT/LEAP food sensitivity testing, a blood test to determine your level of sensitivity to 140 foods and 30 chemicals. Find out more and sign up now using this button.
Our second option is stool testing, which tests for infection, inflammation, insufficiency, and imbalance in your gut.
Our gut is a pretty amazing place, where 70% of our immune system lives and more neurotransmitters are made than in our brain! Find out more about how you can easily have your stool tested.
Vitamin and Mineral Testing
Our third option is vitamin and mineral deficiency testing, after which your dietitian can create a plan with what foods to eat and/or supplements to take that will support your body to function optimally.
Find out how you can sign up for cutting edge vitamin and mineral testing.
Knowing what to do is much easier than following through. Research shows that the more you communicate with your dietitian, the more likely you are to meet your nutrition goals. We have an amazing app to help you communicate with your dietitian. Use the Nourishly app to keep food logs, and photos of your food so we can help you solve your digestive difficulties.
Cooking with Food Sensitivities Survival Guide
Learn how to manage your foods sensitivities and enjoy food again
Our registered dietitian nutrition digestive experts created a technique cooking workbook to help you manage your food sensitivities.
This book has completely customizable breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack recipes. Available in paperback or ebook.
Nutrition Tips for Digestive Issues
Watch this video on ways to improve gut health. Listen to one of our digestive disorder dietitians talk about three ways that you can help improve your digestive symptoms.
We are here for you
You might not know what role a dietitian can help in your gut health. When it comes to managing your pain that is associated with eating, we’re the most important addition to your healthcare team.
A typical appointment begins with getting to know each other. We’ll review your medical history and symptoms, discuss your current diet and lifestyle, and listen to your health goals. It’s important to understand you as a whole to determine the next best step to improving your digestive health, whether it would be food sensitivity testing, low FODMAP diet, stool test, SIBO testing, or simply keeping a food log to identify patterns. It’s not uncommon to proceed with more than one intervention at the start!
A diet-first approach is the best way to intervene and restore all bodily symptoms, and only after that will your dietitian use supplementations such as probiotics, digestive enzymes, multivitamins etc.
Each person is unique, and there is no one size fits all diet to address gut-health. We’ll use follow-up visits to review your symptoms and assess your progress, helping you navigate dietary changes and meal prep along the way.
Digestive health in an inclusive space
Our registered dietitian nutrition experts are here to help you. We provide care for individuals of all sizes, ages, races, ethnicities, genders and those in the LGBTQ community who need support from providers in a compassionate, non-judgmental space.
Digestive Health Blog Posts
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