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This online summit takes place December 2-6, 2016 with twelve international speakers sharing about a variety of approaches to managing IBS. I'll be presenting on the topic of meeting your nutrient needs on a low FODMAP diet. I earn a commission for sales made through the above link. More about my disclosures.

This online summit takes place December 2-6, 2016 with twelve international speakers sharing about a variety of approaches to managing IBS. I'll be presenting on the topic of meeting your nutrient needs on a low FODMAP diet. I earn a commission for sales made through the above link. More about my disclosures.

Spell relief your way

If you have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), the FODMAP approach can help you find the diet that's right for you. Though you're not like anybody else, you're not alone.

Visit my blog for a conversation on FODMAPs.

Visitors with IBS

Welcome to IBS--Free at Last! You've come to the right place to learn about a new way of eating for IBS. One-size-fits-all diets for IBS are gone for good. A FODMAP-elimination diet helps up to 75% of people with IBS. And it works fast. Most people begin to feel better right away.

What could you do if you were IBS-Free?

Is the FODMAP-elimination diet right for you?

Dietitians

As a health care provider skilled in the delivery of the FODMAP-elimination diet, you can customize the diet to your patient's specific nutrition needs. With you as a guide, each IBS patient will get the best possible outcome from this evidence-based learning diet.

Continuing Professional Education

Teaching Tools and Resources

I earn a commission for sales made through the above link. More about my disclosures.

I earn a commission for sales made through the above link. More about my disclosures.

A FODMAP-elimination diet for IBS is not an IBS cure, but it is the most effective way to manage irritable bowel syndrome known today. If your IBS symptoms have not improved on a high-fiber diet or with prescription drug IBS treatments, a FODMAP-elimination diet could be the answer you have been looking for. Isn't it great news that most people find the best treatment for irritable bowel syndrome is food, not drugs?