Beth Rosen joins me for today’s episode. Beth is a weight-inclusive Registered Dietitian specializing in GI nutrition and disordered eating. Through her virtual private practice, she helps clients with digestive disorders such as IBS and Celiac disease, as well as education for other health professionals.
Beth first shares her personal journey to specializing in gut health after her own IBS diagnosis as well as using a weight inclusive approach with her clients. We then spend our time together talking about IBS and food restriction, respecting our bodies, as well as some specific questions from my audience about bloating, gluten, and dairy, which are big conversation topics in the PCOS space.
Tune in to hear:
- Beth’s journey with gut health
- The connection between gut health and eating disorders
- What are the recommended steps to take after an IBS diagnosis?
- The importance of knowing the root cause of health issues
- When does bloating become concerning?
- Beth’s thoughts on avoiding gluten
CONNECT WITH BETH:
Beth Rosen, MS, RD, CDN is a weight-inclusive Registered Dietitian specializing in GI nutrition and disordered eating. She has been working in the field of nutrition for over 27 years and has a virtual private practice. Beth helps clients find relief from digestive disorders such as Irritable Bowel Disease (IBS) and Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), Gastroparesis, Celiac disease, and reflux, as well as shares her knowledge with other health professionals via webinars, seminars, and peer mentoring. Beth is currently the vice-chairperson of the Dietitians in Gluten and Gastrointestinal Diseases (DIGID) subgroup of Dietitians in Medical Nutrition Therapy dietetics practice group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She is also the Director of Nutrition and Dietary Services for GI OnDEMAND – a partnership between Gastro Girl and the American College of Gastroenterology – to provide integrative GI virtual care and support to patients. Beth has designed techniques and programs to empower chronic dieters, disordered eaters, and those in eating disorder recovery to mend their relationship with food and their bodies. She has also written for major online and print media publications, such as Practical Gastroenterology, Huffington Post, VeryWell Fit, and FabUPlus Magazine. To learn more about Beth, her work, and her philosophy, go to her website at www.BethRosenRD.com.
Download Beth’s free IBS organizer: https://bethrosenrd.com/its-time-you-owned-your-ibs/
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