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  • FODMAPs and IBS: Beyond the Basics for RDNs; Seattle WA — IBS—Free at Last!
    nutrition therapy The foundation of the FODMAP approach will be established with an abbreviated review of the literature emphasis will be on studies published in the past year We will then cover a number of special topics that will expand your understanding of how to identify high and low FODMAP foods in the absence of a complete FODMAP nutrient database The remainder of the course will be devoted to clinical decision making during the delivery of the FODMAP diet case studies and application of the diet while avoiding common pitfalls Delving into the nuances of the diet health care professionals will gain the following insights Not all probiotics are alike learn which probiotics are most appropriate for your IBS patients and which should be avoided due to added FODMAP ingredients Fiber supplements run the gamut from non fermentable to highly fermentable Help your IBS client choose the best fiber supplement as indicated for their health goals and GI symptom management Without a biomarker Non Celiac Gluten Sensitivity is a diagnosis of exclusion Are your patients unnecessarily eliminating gluten Details on doing a gluten challenge will be provided Detecting hidden FODMAPs in manufactured food ingredient list can be a daunting challenge Help your patients understand the dos and don ts Understand the spectrum of fermentable fibers including non FODMAP fibers such gums pectin and starches Hint Non FODMAP fibers can cause gas too Who should attend Health care professionals particularly registered dietitians nutritionists with prior exposure to the FODMAP approach through self study or attendance at a FODMAP training event Limited to 80 attendees Educational Objectives After attending this session attendees will be able to List the common characteristics of FODMAP carbohydrates and how they act in a collective manner to trigger IBS symptoms Apply logic and mine data sources to

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  • What You Never Learned in School About FODMAPs and IBS — IBS—Free at Last!
    about Gluten Is it for me FODMAPs and other conditions Learn more about FODMAPs Blog Dietitians Find a FODMAP dietitian FODMAP CPE Events Goods and Services About Patsy Catsos Media GI Nutrition Inc Contact Patsy Catsos Disclaimer and Disclosures Free Downloads In English En español Books Books in Print Meet the Authors Search What You Never Learned in School About FODMAPs and IBS Tuesday July 15 2014 8 00am 9

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  • What Every RDN Needs to Know about FODMAPs; Philadelphia PA — IBS—Free at Last!
    About Patsy Catsos Media GI Nutrition Inc Contact Patsy Catsos Disclaimer and Disclosures Free Downloads In English En español Books Books in Print Meet the Authors Search What Every RDN Needs to Know about FODMAPs Philadelphia PA Saturday May 3 2014 9 00am 4 00pm 09 00 16 00 Temple University Center City 1515 Market Street Phildelphia PA 19102 US Presented by Patsy Catsos MS RDN LDN and Kate Scarlata RDN LDN Register Now Program Description The FODMAP concept developed in Australia is gaining momentum in the US as an emerging evidenced based dietary approach that is effective in managing symptoms in 75 of those who suffer with IBS Each participant will receive the most up to date information about FODMAPs straight from Australia as well as tools for patient education including reproducible patient handouts paper pdf and a low FODMAP recipe booklet pdf Educational Objectives Describe the common characteristics of FODMAP carbohydrates and how they act in a collective manner to trigger IBS symptoms List prominent food sources of FODMAPs in the US diet Create a FODMAP nutrition care plan for an IBS patient Instruct a patient on the details of a FODMAP elimination diet protocol Schedule of Events 8 30 9 00 AM Registration 9 00 10 00 FODMAPs Efficacy Food Composition and New Research What are FODMAPs and how do they cause symptoms of IBS Do low FODMAPs diets work What s the evidence What foods in the US diet contain measurable FODMAPs What foods are low in FODMAPs Fiber without FODMAPs 10 00 AM 10 15 AM Break 10 15 AM 12 00 noon Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy for IBS Identify appropriate patients Three visit nutrition care plan Use standardized language in patient medical records Teaching tools for the RD Menu planning label reading grocery shopping

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  • What Every RDN Needs to Know About FODMAPs; Edison NJ — IBS—Free at Last!
    FODMAP CPE Events Goods and Services About Patsy Catsos Media GI Nutrition Inc Contact Patsy Catsos Disclaimer and Disclosures Free Downloads In English En español Books Books in Print Meet the Authors Search What Every RDN Needs to Know About FODMAPs Edison NJ Friday May 2 2014 9 00am 4 00pm 09 00 16 00 Middlesex County College Center 2600 Woodbridge Avenue Edison NJ 08818 US Presented by Patsy Catsos MS RDN LDN and Kate Scarlata RDN LDN Program Description The FODMAP concept developed in Australia is gaining momentum in the US as an emerging evidenced based dietary approach that is effective in managing symptoms in 75 of those who suffer with IBS Each participant will receive the most up to date information about FODMAPs straight from Australia as well as tools for patient education including reproducible patient handouts paper pdf and a low FODMAP recipe booklet pdf Educational Objectives Describe the common characteristics of FODMAP carbohydrates and how they act in a collective manner to trigger IBS symptoms List prominent food sources of FODMAPs in the US diet Create a FODMAP nutrition care plan for an IBS patient Instruct a patient on the details of a FODMAP elimination diet protocol Schedule of Events 8 30 9 00 AM Registration 9 00 10 00 FODMAPs Efficacy Food Composition and New Research What are FODMAPs and how do they cause symptoms of IBS Do low FODMAPs diets work What s the evidence What foods in the US diet contain measurable FODMAPs What foods are low in FODMAPs Fiber without FODMAPs 10 00 AM 10 15 AM Break 10 15 AM 12 00 noon Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy for IBS Identify appropriate patients Three visit nutrition care plan Use standardized language in patient medical records Teaching tools for the RD Menu planning

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  • Coaching or Supervision for RDNs, one hour phone call or Skype, TBA — IBS—Free at Last!
    Treatment for IBS FODMAPs What is a FODMAP Elimination Diet High and low FODMAP foods What about Gluten Is it for me FODMAPs and other conditions Learn more about FODMAPs Blog Dietitians Find a FODMAP dietitian FODMAP CPE Events Goods and Services About Patsy Catsos Media GI Nutrition Inc Contact Patsy Catsos Disclaimer and Disclosures Free Downloads In English En español Books Books in Print Meet the Authors Search Goods and Services Filter All Coaching for RDNs Digital Posters Seminars Workshops Back to Goods and Services Coaching or Supervision for RDNs one hour phone call or Skype TBA Coaching or Supervision for RDNs one hour phone call or Skype TBA 195 00 Bring your FODMAP IBS practice to the next level in a one on one session with Patsy Catsos It s your time so the content of this session will be customized for your learning needs Possibilities include the basics on delivery of the FODMAP diet fine tuning your approach to cover those what if situations discussion of your difficult cases or a detailed Q and A session addressing your most pressing questions After you purchase the session Patsy will contact you by email to arrange an appointment Appointments

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  • Contact Patsy Catsos — IBS—Free at Last!
    and Disclosures Free Downloads In English En español Books Books in Print Meet the Authors Search IBS Free at Last Home IBS What is IBS IBS diagnosis Treatment for IBS FODMAPs What is a FODMAP Elimination Diet High and low FODMAP foods What about Gluten Is it for me FODMAPs and other conditions Learn more about FODMAPs Blog Dietitians Find a FODMAP dietitian FODMAP CPE Events Goods and Services About Patsy Catsos Media GI Nutrition Inc Contact Patsy Catsos Disclaimer and Disclosures Free Downloads In English En español Books Books in Print Meet the Authors Search Contact Patsy About Patsy Catsos Media GI Nutrition Inc Contact Patsy Catsos Disclaimer and Disclosures Write or visit Mailing Address GI Nutrition Inc PO Box 10106 Portland ME 04104 Clinic Nutrition Works LLC 805 Stevens Ave Portland ME 04103 Patsy welcomes contacts about dietitian supervision collaborations speaking engagements or items of professional interest Patsy is unable to respond to individuals asking for help with their personal medical situation or diet Please see her directory of FODMAP dietitians to locate someone in your area who may be able to help you She does not do long distance or phone consultations If you would like to

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  • 5 Things Women with IBS Need to Know About Polycystic Ovary Syndrome — IBS—Free at Last!
    Guide to Complete Physical and Emotional Health and The PCOS Nutrition Center Cookbook 100 Easy and Delicious Whole Foods Recipes to Beat PCOS Recognized last year by Today s Dietitian as one of the Top 10 incredible dietitians making a difference Angela was the 2013 recipient for the Award in Excellence in Practice in Women s Health and is a past recipient of The Award for Excellence in Graduate Research both from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Angela is the founder of The PCOS Nutrition Center where she provides evidence based nutrition information and counseling to women with PCOS Having PCOS herself Angela has been dedicated to advocacy education and research of the syndrome Angela Grassi MS RD LDN It s estimated that one in ten women have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome PCOS a sex hormone imbalance in women of childbearing ages that causes both reproductive and metabolic consequences Women with PCOS frequently report similar symptoms to those with IBS including feeling bloated experiencing constipation and or diarrhea and having stomach and pelvic pain Signs and symptoms of PCOS include irregular or absent menstrual cycles acne hair growth on a woman s face and body hair loss from her head weight gain and difficulties losing weight and infertility Elevated insulin levels are an underlying cause of PCOS resulting in the need for nutrition modifications to help with weight management improved fertility and to prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes Like those following the FODMAPs approach women with PCOS are advised to limit their intake of sugary foods and beverages Fructose and fructose containing foods such as soft drinks high fructose corn syrup have been shown to contribute to insulin resistance and are strongly discouraged Gut friendly sugars including granulated sugar brown sugar and 100 pure maple syrup can be

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  • Pecan Pie with Nut Crust — IBS—Free at Last!
    Search December 20 2014 Patsy Catsos Pecan Pie with Nut Crust Patsy Catsos December 20 2014 Pecan Pie with Nut Crust Patsy Catsos December 20 2014 Pies and holidays go together right Good low FODMAP pies are hard to find and I have a winner here for you today Pecan pie is a good candidate for modification because it has only one crust and does not have fruit or milk in it to make the crust soggy Nuts and sugar while suitable for low FODMAP diets should be portion controlled Savor a sliver of this pie but don t get carried away or else your low FODMAP pie will hit you with a big load of FODMAPs Pecan Pie with Nut Crust Click here for a printable recipe Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F Combine the crust ingredients in a medium mixing bowl This recipe is sized for a deep dish pie pan The filling probably will not fit in a smaller one ½ cup unsalted butter very soft 1 cup oat flour loosely packed 1 cup finely ground pecan or almond flour ½ cup granulated sugar 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon pure almond extract Spread the ingredients across the bottom of an ungreased deep dish pie plate and bake for 35 minutes While the crust is baking combine the filling ingredients in the mixing bowl 3 eggs 2 3 cup light brown sugar ½ teaspoon of salt 4 tablespoons melted butter 2 3 cup light corn syrup 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup chopped pecans Pour the filing into the hot crust and bake for 20 minutes Turn the heat down to 300 degrees F and bake for 10 more minutes The pie is done when it puffs up a little across the top Cool

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