The Diarrhea Dietitian – Dump Diarrhea For Good

April 26, 2015 - Comment

The Diarrhea Dietitian will teach you how to dump diarrhea for good. Discover how different foods impact your digestion, and learn how to: • Successfully pinpoint what triggers your symptoms • Eat the right foods and hydrate properly to feel better • Restore balance in your gastrointestinal tract with probiotics • Change how and what

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The Diarrhea Dietitian will teach you how to dump diarrhea for good. Discover how different foods impact your digestion, and learn how to: • Successfully pinpoint what triggers your symptoms • Eat the right foods and hydrate properly to feel better • Restore balance in your gastrointestinal tract with probiotics • Change how and what you eat after intestinal surgery • Modify lifestyle habits and stress Includes chapters on medications, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and the FODMAP diet, inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease, food sensitivities, and more!

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Peggy Lumpkin says:

Niki Helped Me Reclaim My Life The day I met with Niki Strealy was the day I began the transformation from housebound to happily free from IBS. She offers a roadmap to helping yourself discover what is making you so sick. For me, the culprit is saccharide malabsorption (FODMAPs). Because of the time delay from ingestion to symptoms, it is extremely difficult to correlate which foods cause the trouble. Yes, it’s a lot of work at first, but if you’re sick enough, going through the structured food elimination protocol she recommends and getting the relevant medical testing can guide you to eliminate debilitating IBS. 

Barbara Langer says:

Highly recommended for anyone with Gut problems Absolutely filled with information for any one with embarrasing porblems associated with making many trips to the bathroom and afraid to share with a doctor. Nikki Strealy shares her own personal stories and the research involved with ways to control the problems through diet and how to read labels of products that can be the cause or source of continued medical problems. She has done a wonderful job of outlining the steps to take and the key to knowledge to share if you know some one suffering with the same situation. Most people do not want to talk about these issues, but she makes it clear and easy to discover the why and the how to make the proper changes when it does happen with a planned diet. When I discovered I had Celiac disease it took more than a year after I kept losing weight and making many trips to the bathroom thinking it was just a flu virus or it would settle down and go away. Several special tests at the local clinic which I requested finally resolved the problem…

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