A hands-on, interactive workshop for dietitians
(5 CPEUs are CDR pre-approved)
Provided by: Kate Scarlata, RD, LDN and Patsy Catsos, MS, RD, LD
REGISTER TODAY: Workshop is LIMITED to 70 participants!
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Thursday, September 26 2013, Arlington Heights, Illinois
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 a copy of Monash University's The Low FODMAP Diet, edition 3 (paperback booklet), reproducible patient handouts (paper/pdf), and low FODMAP recipe booklet (pdf).
- 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
9:00-9:45 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
9:45 AM-11: 15 AM Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy for IBS: Using FODMAP Elimination Diet and Challenge Protocol
- Identify appropriate patients
- Three-visit nutrition care plan
- Use standardized language in patient medical records
- Teaching tools for the RD
11:15-12:00 FODMAPs: Pearls for Practice
- Menu planning, label reading, grocery shopping and recipe modification.
- Marketing your IBS practice and getting new referrals.
12:00 noon-1:00 PM Lunch Break
1:00-3:00 PM FODMAP Workshop/Small Groups
- Case studies and role playing
- Menu planning and label reading strategies
- Product sampling
Workshop is limited to 70 participants! Sign up early for this very hot topic in nutrition intervention.