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Let’s Talk FOOD: an Instagram Live Series

Last updated: October 2022

Join us as we go LIVE on Instagram every Tuesday in October! Certified Nutrition Consultant and IBD Patient Leader Julie Palumbo tackles all things food and IBD. Julie lives with Crohn's disease and works closely with individuals who suffer from IBD.

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Tuesday, October 4 @ 2:00PM EST

Food Fears and Dietary Dilemmas

Do you avoid eating certain foods out of fear it will cause a flare? Discover how to navigate the anxieties around your diet and learn how to see food in a positive light once again!

Check out the recording for Food Fears and Dietary Dilemmas here.

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Tuesday, October 11 @ 2:00PM EST

All Things FODMAP

Join us as we define what the FODMAP diet is, identify low-FODMAP and high-FODMAP foods, and learn how to incorporate them into your diet.

Check out the recording for All Things FODMAP here.

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Tuesday, October 18 @ 2:00PM EST

Being Good to Your Gut

Discover what to eat, and what to avoid, in order to keep your gut in check. In addition to diet, we will explore lifestyle changes that can also benefit our digestive system and help to better manage symptoms.

Check out the recording for Being Good to Your Gut here.

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Tuesday, October 25 @ 2:00PM EST

Finding Your Foods

Identifying your "safe foods" is essential to navigating life with IBD, and knowing how to ensure they are always at your fingertips is a great way to feel safe and confident when you leave the house. Join us as we help you "find your foods" and create habits that will allow you to always have those go-to items on hand.

Check out the recording for Finding Your Foods here.

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