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Individual One-on-One Virtual Nutrition Coaching

There isn’t one nutrition prescription for all people with IBD: Different guts tolerate different foods differently!

I can virtually assist you on your nutritional journey, providing:

Customized Nutritional Recommendations

for your specific condition, symptoms, and goals that can practically and realistically be applied to your lifestyle 

Personalized Meal Planning

meal and recipe suggestions based on your individual food preferences and sensitivities to get your body the macros and micro-nutrients it needs (like iron and B12) 

Access to My Educational Resource Library

science-backed nutritional resources for your condition found all in one place

Symptom Food Journal Monitoring

assistance identifying trigger foods, food sensitivities, and intolerances

Unlimited Communication Between Sessions

I’ll provide you with the support you need to FEEL BETTER

We can work together to help you live your best life, starting right now!

Frequently Asked Questions:

I see clients virtually nationwide using a HIPAA, PIPEDA, and GDPR compliant client portal.

Unfortunately, insurance companies don’t cover nutrition counseling for inflammatory bowel disease. Additionally, if I accept insurance, I am relegated to listening to what the insurance companies allow in terms of the kind of help I can provide you and the work I can do. It is so limited and incomplete that I choose not to be a part of insurance networks.
I am committed to a comprehensive solution for you that uncovered every stone — I want to give you much more personalized individual attention than the insurance companies will allow in terms of time.
If it’s helpful, I do accept Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flexible Spending Account (FSA) cards; I also can provide you with a “SuperBill” to file a claim with your insurance company.

Here’s how investing will stop you from losing money:

You’ll get a personalized plan to guide you precisely on what to eat and not eat, so you’re no longer wasting money on expensive supplements, powders, shakes, special (diet) food, and more. At our first session, we will put together a well-balanced plan including whole foods where you’re eating better and getting your nutrient needs met.

A very affordable payment plan is also available for both individual and group counseling programs. Many people like the payment plan option because it allows them to jump in and get started at a lower investment than if paying in full.

A recent study from the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation found that nearly 60% percent of those with IBD consider nutrition to be a very important part of their IBD management, yet very few are discussing diet with their healthcare providers.

A registered dietitian nutritionist’s training has a strong scientific basis and provides an in-depth knowledge of food. The dietitian’s role is to be part of your healthcare team. The best teams have people who complement each other and push the group’s performance beyond that of the individual. In a healthcare setting, this concept is especially important. Physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and dietitians each play important roles, but their efficacy increases when they work together.

Diet plays a huge part in keeping you and your gut healthy and limiting symptoms! As a registered dietitian nutritionist, I can help design a personalized eating plan that brings clarity around which foods to add that may be beneficial, reduces fear and anxiety around eating, reduces inflammation, and ultimately helps you to get your life back. That being said, food alone is NOT A CURE for IBD, and working with a dietitian is not a replacement for seeking consult, treatment, and guidance from other members of your healthcare team.

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