IBS dietitian and nutritionist to help manage irritable bowel syndrome through personalized nutritional interventions and an IBS diet plan.
Our IBS dietitians and nutritionists can assist in a number of ways:
✓ Assist with the identification of IBS triggers.
✓ Outline what foods to eat and what foods to avoid.
✓ Help you establish a healthy IBS-friendly diet.
✓ Create a personalized IBS meal plan.
✓ Provide guidance of a dietitian for low-FODMAP diet implementation.
✓ Support your overall IBS management program.
✓ Suggest foods, snacks, meals and IBS-friendly recipes.
✓ Make recommendations for food product substitutions.
✓ Provide follow-up sessions that allow for the tweaking the diet plan.
✓ Strive to attain better overall digestive health.
✓ And more.
Although the vast majority of our clients prefer virtual nutritional counselling sessions for support and management of IBS, you can also book in-person appointments at one of the following office locations: Dietitian and nutritionist in Toronto, Dietitian in Scarborough, Dietitian in Mississauga, Dietitian services in Ottawa, Dietitian and nutritionist Hamilton and Dietitian services in Halifax.
✓ 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
Our IBS dietitian and nutritionist provides personalized nutritional counselling virtually, thorough support and various nutritional interventions to help manage irritable bowel syndrome.
You can now receive the help you’ve been looking for no matter where you live.
Our registered dietitians and nutritionists in Canada conduct sessions by phone or video-conferencing.
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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.
In addition to working with our IBS nutritionist and dietitian, we encourage you to take a look at these helpful Irritable Bowel Syndrome tools, resources, recipes, videos and more.