Have you been wondering whether the low FODMAPs diet is right for you?
“Do I really need to go down the low FODMAPs diet route first?”
This is a question that you may have in mind when you first learn about treatment options for managing irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Who is Anne Wright?
In this podcast episode, it is my pleasure to introduce you to registered dietitian Anne Wright from amdietetics.com
Anne Wright is a Registered Dietitian with over 25 years of international experience.
She has worked in a variety of clinical roles and in academia, as a lecturer in Nutrition and Dietetics. She has written for many publications and has worked with international medical companies and public-facing apps.
Anne is a MONASH University FODMAP-trained dietitian, and in her clinical practice, she works with a range of patients including those with Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
What’s covered in this Kids Nutrition Podcast episode:
- how initial modifications to your diet may help improve your symptoms
- when to go ahead and try the low FODMAPs diet
- why you should work with a registered dietitian trained in the area of IBS and FODMAPs
And so much more!
You’ll walk away with a clear understanding of which initial modifications to your diet and lifestyle will have the greatest impact!
Do you need help?
Would you like to meet a children’s dietitian who has successfully helped families solve their nutrition problems from around the world?
Whether you are worried about picky eating, cow’s milk protein allergy or need to help your child manage constipation/diarrhoea due to IBS, I’ll help you manage these with confidence.
For bookings and enquiries book a free 15-minute call to discuss how I can help you at my Harley Street clinic or through my video consultation