I am passionate about helping others feel better through nutrition. For this reason, I’ve created some free resources to help you begin your path to eating well.
The body can’t make omega-3 fatty acids, thus you must get them through the foods you eat. This resource explains what omega-3 fatty acids are, how much is recommended, good sources of omega-3s, and tips to incorporate this anti-inflammatory nutrient into your eating pattern.
Fiber is found only in plant foods. Both soluble and insoluble fiber can be used as a food source for good bacteria in your large intestine. In your journey to introduce foods that contain fiber, it may be helpful to start with foods higher in soluble fiber, as they may be tolerated better than foods with insoluble fiber.
The holiday season can be a stressful time for people with inflammatory bowel disease. If you’ve been feeling stressed, anxious, afraid, or frustrated around what to do, please find some general suggestions that may be helpful to get you through a family gathering or party!
Have you struggled to keep your iron levels up? Iron deficiency anemia is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies that I see in my professional practice! My husband with Crohn’s has struggled with iron deficiency in the past, so I recall that he felt really tired, got out of breath easily, and felt cold a lot.
Want more resources tailored to your health condition? Work with me – I can provide you with resources to meet your nutritional needs, manage your symptoms, and feel better!