Jewish people are notorious for having digestive issues – and we LOVE to talk about them! Learn about the right foods to eat. This lecture will break down the science so that you can understand it – and implement it easily on your own.
Danielle Capalino is a registered dietitian in a private practice in New York City. She wants you to feel great without having to wear an elastic waistband!
Check out this podcast where Allan Misner interviews Danielle about her book "The Microbiome Diet Plan". In this episode Danielle discusses a few guidelines for managing your microbiome. These include:
1. Choose high fiber carbohydrates
2. Eat more plants
3. Eat fermented foods such as pickles and sauerkraut
4. Limit your meat intake
5. Avoid gluten, sugar, and food additives
6. Cultured dairy products are included
7. Consume alcohol in moderation
Check it out HERE.
So thrilled to be a featured guest on the Food Heaven Podcast.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why a healthy gut is SO important
- How Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is diagnosed
- What exactly FODMAPS is and how it can help with IBS
- What are common myths and misconceptions when it comes to GI health
- How do people typically get started with a FOMAPS elimination diet
- What are common roadblocks to look out for
- What you can do to prevent these roadblocks
- What are specific action steps you can take today to help your tummy (if you have GI issues)
- Danielle’s take on probiotics
- Additional recourses to ensure success
Danielle Flug Capalino MSPH, RD, a Gastro Girl network provider, will provide helpful, insightful and educational information and answer your FODMAP questions!
Come with your questions on creating a delicious low FODMAP holiday dishes and low FODMAP substitutions for popular recipe ingredients.
Danielle will also offer a few tasty recipes. Space is limited.
Listen to recording here.
Sponsored by Nestlé Health Science maker of ProNourish™ drinks
Take care of yourself your loved ones by learning recipes to ease belly woes. Learn about the low-FODMAP diet, a clinically proven way to manage symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Your stomach will thank you! The menu for the class, which will be part lecture/part cooking class, may feature blueberry oatmeal bake; kale salad with blood orange and FODMAP-friendly dressing; quinoa tabbouleh; ginger-miso glazed salmon; curried carrot soup; and flourless chocolate cookies with banana "nice cream."
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