WHAT: 4 non-diet information and education classes to help you manage your IBS and PCOS taught by Julie Duffy Dillon and Beth Rosen.
WHEN: Wednesdays at 7:30 pm US EST on May 27, June 3, June 10, and June 17. Mark your calendars!
WHERE: Where is everything these days? Zoom! Reserve your seat to catch it live or get the replay.
HOW: After registering, we will send you a link with directions to access the classes at go time.
WHY: Because life is too short to skip dessert or spend it in the bathroom hating your body.
We think carbs have message and it is not restriction. Consider how carbs fit into your PCOS and IBS management using progressive cutting edge science.
Protein can be a tool to manage your PCOS symptoms. They discuss specific nutrition strategies that have helped hundreds of other people with PCOS lower insulin and inflammation levels.
With the painful acne and periods along with the uncomfortable and urgent trips to the bathroom, you may feel like a hostage to your body. Do you feel stuck hating your body because it so unpredictable? Beth and Julie share ways to navigate diet culture and negative body image while managing IBS and PCOS.
Wonder what supplements to take...and avoid?? Probiotics or Prebiotics or both? Do you really need that tote bag full of supplements that Instagram Influence recommends? We take a deep dive to help you decide what is best for you.
Beth is a non-diet dietitian and the owner of Good Gracious Living Nutrition. She is a GI Dietitian and a Low-FODMAP expert. Beth has also 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.
To learn more about Beth, her work, and her philosophy, go to her website GoodnessGraciousLiving.com.
Julie is a anti-diet registered dietitian and PCOS expert that hosts the Love Food Podcast. She has cracked the code to help people with PCOS promote health and diets are not a part--EVER. Learn more about her work at JulieDillonRD.com.
Is this an appropriate course for me if I have an eating disorder?
This course is designed for chronic dieters and those in recovery from an eating disorder. If you are in the beginning stages of recovery and/or actively engaged with your eating disorder, this will not be a good fit for you. Your eating disorder is priority #1, and needs your full attention and treated before the IBS and PCOS--nutritional rehabilitation will help your symptoms more than anything!
I cannot attend live. Can I get the recording?
Yes! Everyone registered for the course will get the recordings.
My IBS and PCOS goals include weight loss. Will I get help with this?
No. Beth and Julie are fat positive dietitians that use non-diet approaches. The pursuit of intentional weight loss oppresses people, doesn't work, and exacerbates IBS and PCOS symptoms. We honor that every body has ebbs and flows throughout one's lifetime. We hope those taking this course connect with new tools to make peace with their body and the space it takes up.