FODMAP Diet Support

FODMAP Dietitian & Nutritionist 

Registered dietitian and nutritionist helps manage the FODMAP diet through personalized nutritional interventions and a low-FODMAP meal plan.

FODMAP support by dietitian

How Our Dietitian and Nutritionist Can Help With FODMAP Management

Our registered dietitians and nutritionists, including a dietitian with certification from Monash University for the implementation of the Low FODMAP Diet for IBS, can assist in a number of ways:

 

✓  Help you learn more about the FODMAP (Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols diet.

Outline what foods to eat and what foods to avoid.

Help you establish a low-FODMAP diet.

Create a personalized low-FODMAP meal plan.

Provide guidance throughout the different stages of diet implementation.

Support your overall IBS management program.

Suggest foods, snacks, meals and low-FODMAP recipes.

Make recommendations for food product substitutions.

Provide follow-up sessions that allow for the tweaking the meal plan.

Help manage other co-existing conditions and diseases.

Strive to attain better overall digestive health.

And more.

About Our Dietitian & Nutritionist

In-Person Appointments For FODMAP Support

Several of our dietitians can help you follow a form of the FODMAP diet. You can visit our practitioners for in-person appointments at one of our 7 locations.

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Virtual Support With A FODMAP Dietitian and Nutritionist

Our dietitian and nutritionist provides personalized nutritional counselling sessions to help men and women manage the restrictive nature of the FODMAP diet. We strongly encourage the counsel of a regulated health professional such as a registered dietitian for FODMAP support.

You can receive nutritional counselling with a nutritionist or registered dietitian online.

Contact us for a no-obligation phone consultation during which we can:

✓  outline how the process looks like

✓  discuss your goals and concerns 

✓  explain how billing and pricing work

✓  address concerns about insurance, if any

✓  answer any other questions

How much does it cost to work with our dietitian or nutritionist?

About FODMAP

What is FODMAP?

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.

Common FODMAP Symptoms

Typically, sufferers experience gas, bloating, pain, diarrhea, abdominal distention, etc.

Our dietitians can no doubt help those looking for a low-FODMAP diet plan.

Useful FODMAP Diet Resources

In addition to working with our dietitian for FODMAP support, we encourage you to take a look at these helpful FODMAP diet tools, resources, recipes, videos and more.