Therapeutic Diets
The Best Evidence-Based Diet to Reduce IBS Symptoms

The Best Evidence-Based Diet to Reduce IBS Symptoms

For those struggling with IBS, the diet most likely to reduce symptoms (like gas, bloating, and unpredictable diarrhea) is a low FODMAP diet. What is a low-FODMAP IBS diet? A low FODMAP diet is an eating pattern that does not include FODMAPs. What are FODMAPs? FODMAPs...

5 Tips for Dining Out with Food Sensitivities

5 Tips for Dining Out with Food Sensitivities

You just started an elimination diet (based on your food sensitivities test results). There’s a list of foods you can’t eat. You sit down at your favorite restaurant. You look at the menu. But have no idea what’s safe to eat. In that moment, you realize that going out...

Before You Start a Ketogenic Diet…

Before You Start a Ketogenic Diet…

The history The ketogenic diet has been around for about 100 years. It was originally prescribed to treat refractory epilepsy in children. Awareness of the diet grew through an education campaign initiated by Hollywood movie producer, Jim Abrahams, after the...

Low FODMAP Diet: A New Therapy for IBS

Low FODMAP Diet: A New Therapy for IBS

Suffering from chronic gas, bloating, diarrhea or constipation, people with IBS will try just about anything to feel better. Many undergo elimination diets in attempt to ascertain which foods are causing symptoms, with common allergens (dairy, wheat, soy) as...

Should I Follow a Gluten Free Diet?

Should I Follow a Gluten Free Diet?

There is currently a lot of confusion around gluten. Due to increasing availability of gluten-free products as well as coverage in the media, more and more people are choosing to follow a "gluten-free" diet. What amazes (and worries) me is that some folks adopt this...

Personalized Nutrition Counseling

Personalized Nutrition Counseling

Paleo, gluten-free, vegan? With so many diets to choose from, how do you know what to eat? Many of us listen to our friends and family for dietary advice. Just because your best friend lost 10 pounds on the "Bulletproof diet" doesn't mean it will work for...

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