Practical applications of the low-FODMAP diet in clients with IBS
|Date & Time|
|Continuing Education (USA)|
|Performance Indicators||10.2.6, 8.3.1, 8.3.5|
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About the webinar:
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) impacts up to 15% of people in the US. While the low-FODMAP diet has been shown to have good efficacy for symptom management in IBS, it is not appropriate for all IBS patients or patients with IBS-like symptoms in conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease or coeliac disease. In this webinar, Kate Scarlata reviews the proposed mechanisms between FODMAP intake and gastrointestinal symptoms in IBS, provides guidance on identifying the best candidates for the low-FODMAP diet and details the three distinct phases of the low-FODMAP protocol.
About the speaker:
Kate Scarlata, MPH, RDN, LDN is a US-based dietitian with over 30 years of experience. Kate’s expertise is in gastrointestinal disorders and food intolerance, with a particular focus on the application of the low FODMAP diet for functional gut disorders. She was awarded the Outstanding Massachusetts Dietitian Award and recognized as Boston’s Best Dietitian by Boston Magazine. Kate is the author of numerous books and articles on digestive health topics including the New York Times Best Seller, The 21 Day Tummy Diet. Her latest book is The Low FODMAP Diet Step by Step. Kate completed her postgraduate training at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a Harvard Medical School teaching affiliate, and her Master’s degree in public health at University of Massachusetts.