Have you struggled with gut issues and are tired of constantly feeling bloated?
Have you spent endless time "googling" or looking for answers over social media on how to get a flat tummy or banish the bloat?
Have you been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) where your life continues to revolve around your symptoms?
Then look no further!
This self-directed course created by accredited dietitian and IBS sufferer, Sandra Mikhail, will walk you through how to manage IBS symptoms, educating you on everything you need to know about IBS, the Low FODMAP diet, and your roadmap to achieving the coveted blissful gut. If you do not suffer from IBS, this course may be suited to you if you want to understand your symptoms better and gain some insight on how to get the help you need.
This course is NOT suitable if:
- You are pregnant
- You are under 18 years of age or over 65 years old. One-on-one nutritional management is recommended.
- You've suffered from a previous eating disorder
You should always consult your doctor before changing your diet or if you have any questions regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it. By enrolling in this course, you accept full responsibility for decisions as this course is not intended to replace the relationship you may have with your medical provider or to substitute the medical advice provided to you by your healthcare provider.
Sandra Mikhail is an internationally-known accredited practising dietitian, a nutrition blogger as well as the founder of Nutrition A-Z and co-founder of The Wellbeing Hub. She holds a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (Monash University, Australia), a Master of Advanced Studies in Nutrition and Health (ETHZ) and is a member of the Dietitians Association of Australia. She is also currently part of the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) Sports Nutrition Program.
Being a globe-trotting dietitian, she has extensive experience in clinical practice, nutrition consulting and health promotion, working in Australia, the UAE and Switzerland. Her main areas of specialty are digestive disease, sports nutrition and corporate health working with popular brands and partners such as FCZ, She’s Mercedes, Lululemon and a number of multi-national companies. As a mental health advocate, her workshops and articles on stress and nutrition have gained popularity internationally where she was personally invited by Arianna Huffington to contribute to her global platform Thrive and has appeared on CNN to talk about nutrition and stress in the workplace.
StartAn Introduction To Going LOFO (5:24)
StartThe Low FODMAP Diet Phase 1: Elimination (3:39)
StartThe Low FODMAP Diet Phase 2: Reintroduction (5:03)
StartThe Low FODMAP Diet Phase 3: Liberalisation (2:23)
StartNon-FODMAP Triggers (6:43)
StartUnderstanding Fibre (8:03)
StartGoing Low-Fibre Temporarily
StartTips on Increasing Fibre
StartLow FODMAP Diet
StartFODMAP Shopping List