CMDA presents “Digging Deeper into IBS, SIBO, and Bloating”.

Monday, April 08, 2019 

Learn how to help your clients solve their belly mysteries while Lauren unpacks the following questions and more: Is the low FODMAP diet always the first line of MNT for IBS? What questions can be asked to identify upper and lower GI problems? What diagnostic tests should my clients have? Why does my bloated client say she looks six months pregnant? Sign up early to submit your questions to be answered during the talk. Education on best practices for implementing the FODMAP diet will be discussed. Seating is limited, so we urge you to register early. Speaker details: Lauren Adler Dear, MS, RDN is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with a private practice in Boston. She specializes in digestive health and eating disorders and has developed a keen interest in how the two overlap. She is an expert on the low FODMAP diet and treats a wide range of clients with digestive disorders including IBS, SIBO, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, GERD and gastroparesis. Lauren is also trained in clinical hypnotherapy and offers this modality as an adjunct treatment to help manage digestive symptoms. Host of the event: Central Mass Dietetic Association When/Date: Monday, April 8th, 2019 Where/Location: Charles River Medical Associates, 246 Maple Street, Marlboro, MA Time: 6:00-7:30 pm Proposed CEUs: 1.5 CEUs RSVP Deadline: April 5th 2019 RSVP Contact: ( finance questions) Questions for our speaker, Lauren: Cost: Registration and fee: o RD (ADN/ MDA member): $20 o RD ( ADN/MDA non-member): $25 o Student (ADN/MDA member): $ 15 o Student (ADN/MDA non-member): $20 o Due to seating capacity of the venue, registration will be limited to 35 participants, hence we urge you to register early.

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