Does this sound familiar?

  • Your doctor recommended trying a Low FODMAP Diet for your irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) symptoms, but you are overwhelmed trying to make sense of FODMAPs.

  • You want to understand FODMAPs and how they can worsen IBS symptoms.

  • You’re worried that a Low FODMAP Diet will be difficult to follow or unenjoyable.

  • You don’t even know where to begin with the elimination, reintroduction, and personalization phases of the Low FODMAP Diet.

In this 3-part series you will:

  • Learn FODMAP 101, and how they trigger GI symptoms, and what foods contain the highest levels of FODMAPs.

  • Understand the approach in the elimination phase of the Low FODMAP diet.

  • Get tips and guidance on how to expand your diet once triggers are identified to maintain a balanced and nutritious diet.

  • Ease anxiety and increase confidence about following an elimination diet!

Phase 1 - Learn about the elimination diet, the benefits, how to prepare yourself, learn to read labels, and start to eliminate high FODMAP foods in your diet.

Phase 2 - In this phase you’ll start adding back some of the foods that you eliminated in Phase 1, and monitoring your reactions.

Phase 3 - Review and reflect on Phase 1 and Phase 2, get tips to personalize your diet, tips to help you manage intolerances, and what to do if symptoms increase with eating a FODMAP trigger.

Meet Your Instructor

GI Nutrition Instructor

Emily Haller, MS, RDN

Emily Haller, MS, RDN, is an expert in digestive health and medical nutrition therapy (MNT) for gastrointestinal diseases. Emily works with the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Michigan Medicine where she provides individualized nutrition counseling and MNT to patients with a variety of gastrointestinal conditions. She is active in several professional medical and academic digestive health circles, including the International Foundation for Gastrointestinal Disorders (IFFGD), Dietitians in Gluten and Gastrointestinal Disorders (DIGID), a subunit of the Medical Nutrition Therapy dietetic practice group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and the American College of Gastroenterology.

Emily also serves as a co-director for the annual GI nutrition training program for dietitians, FOOD: The Main Course to Digestive Health. In addition to digestive health, she specializes in vegan and vegetarian nutrition. Emily is passionate about helping others achieve a nutritionally balanced diet that supports their well-being and various health goals. You can connect with her @emilyhaller_rdn on Instagram and Twitter.