Enlist the help of our GERD dietitian and nutritionist helps manage symptoms associated with acid reflux through personalized nutritional counselling and a diet plan that is tailored to your specific needs.
Frequently, our GERD dietitians and nutritionists help men and women suffering from acid reflux in a variety of ways:
✓ Help identify acid reflux triggers.
✓ Outline what foods to eat and what foods to avoid as GERD sufferer.
✓ Create a customized GERD diet plan.
✓ Provide guidance as you make changes to your diet and implement the GERD meal plan.
✓ Support your overall GERD management program.
✓ Help identify the difference between heartburn and indigestion (dyspepsia).
✓ Suggest foods, snacks, meals and recipes that are acid reflux-friendly.
✓ Make recommendations for food product substitutions or similar products.
✓ Supply eating and lifestyle tips that can potentially help acid reflux symptoms such as heartburn.
✓ Provide follow-up nutritional counselling sessions to address concerns, answer questions and make modifications to the GERD diet plan, if necessary.
✓ Help address other concerns such as weight loss, chronic disease and more.
✓ Strive to attain better overall digestive health.
✓ Receive additional support from digestive health dietitians.
✓ Address other co-existing conditions.
✓ And more.
✓ 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
You can also choose to receive nutritional counselling and diet plan for GERD virtually. Our GERD dietitian and nutritionist uses various video-conferencing platforms. This is a convenient method of receiving support and management of acid reflux symptoms, particularly for those who live in more remote areas.
Find out more about working with an online dietitian and nutritionist.
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 dietitian and nutritionists come in.
In addition to working with a GERD nutritionist and dietitian, we encourage you to take a look at these helpful resources.