The anti-inflammatory diet for IBD
The IBD-AID was derived from the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) and modified with current research on the human microbiome
Friday September 1, 2017, 8.00–9.00am AEST
This presentation will cover:
The theory behind the IBD-AID diet
The research findings
The four parts to the diet
Practical tips for clients
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About the Presenter
Barbara Olendzki MPH, RD, LDN. Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and Nutrition Program Director at the Center for Applied Nutrition (Umass)
As a dietitian, educator, clinician and researcher of nutrition, Barbara’s research interests involve:
1. Developing and implementing nutrition interventions applicable to disease prevention and treatment.
2. Engaging in quality research that leads to the dissemination of actionable improvements to public health.
Barbara’s primary research focuses on inflammatory bowel disease and cardiovascular nutrition. Her years of research experience into cardiovascular health, diabetes and inflammatory bowel disease has led to the development of the IBD-AID, an anti-inflammatory diet that incorporates the current understanding of prebiotics, probiotics, essential fatty acids, beneficial nutrient intake, digestion, absorption and overall balance of the microbiome.
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