With the help of our gastrointestinal dietitian and gut health nutritionist you can alleviate the symptoms associated with digestive distress and improve overall digestive health.
We serve clients in-person & virtually.
Let the JM Nutrition team of digestive health practitioners (Registered Dietitians, Registered Nutritionists, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Clinical Nutritionist and Functional Nutritionist) help you get to the root of digestive problems, improving overall gastrointestinal health.
✓ Specialized training in gastrointestinal health
✓ Vast experience in helping manage various digestive health problems
✓ Assist in the discovery of potential causes of digestive problems
✓ Customized gut health diet plans
✓ Personalized recommendations to aimed at alleviating digestive distress
Bloating of the stomach
Mild, moderate, severe gas pain
Acid reflux (heartburn)
IBS or irritable bowel syndrome is a commonly occurring disorder affecting the large intestine.
Symptoms associated with IBS include painful cramping, gas and bloating, as well as diarrhea and constipation.
If you’re looking for help managing IBS our practitioners can certainly help.
Learn more about IBS management with our dietitians and nutritionists.
Acid reflux disease or GERD is a chronic digestive disorder where acid from the stomach makes its way up into the esophagus.
GERD occurs when the lower esophageal sphincter–a muscle at the end of the esophagus, doesn’t open or close like it should.
As a result, GERD sufferers often experience unpleasant symptoms such as heartburn and acid indigestion.
Doctors often recommend a change to eating habits as a method of treatment. This is where our practitioners comer in.
Learn more about working with a GERD dietitian and nutritionist.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease or IBD groups together two conditions: Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis.
Sufferers of Crohn’s disease experience the inflammation of the lining of any part of the digestive tract. Typically, it affects a part of the small intestine just before the colon.
Ulcerative colitis, on the other hand, occurs in the colon and the rectum, causing long-lasting inflammation and ulcers.
Our practitioners have specialized training in IBD management.
Discover more about IBD management.
FODMAP or fermentable oligosaccharides disaccharides monosaccharides and polyols, or short-chain carbs that the small intestine has trouble absorbing.
As a direct result, digestive distress occurs when these foods are consumed.
Typically, sufferers experience gas, bloating, pain, diarrhea, abdominal distention, etc.
No doubt, our practitioners can help those who are looking for help creating a nutritionally-balanced low-FODMAP diet plan.
Learn more about the FODMAP Support With a Dietitian.
Our dietitians assist clients with the management of the inflammation and infection associated with diverticultis through the creation of a personalized meal plan aimed at introducing more fibre. This can be an effective method of treatment for diverticulitis, and as a preventative measure for those who have diverticulosis.
Although we serve clients in the Greater Toronto Area from our 4 locations and 1 Ottawa location, many of our clients come from across Ontario and beyond, to seek the assistance of our gastrointestinal dietitians & gut health nutritionists.
In addition to serving clients in-person, we offer virtual counselling for digestive help via phone or video-conferencing.
✓ outline how the process works in greater detail
✓ discuss your goal(s)
✓ explain how billing and pricing work
✓ address concerns about insurance
✓ answer any other questions
Raw vs. Coooked: How to Get the Most Out of Your Vegetables, JM Nutrition’s Registered Dietitian, Lyndsay Hall, appearing in Reader’s Digest Best Health Magazine