Let your registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) help you navigate dietary restrictions to avoid GI flare-ups, diarrhea, indigestion, constipation, pain, gas, or bloating caused by IBS, IBD, Crohn’s, and more.

Low-FODMAP has changed my life and I have seen an 80% reduction in symptoms.

Female, Scottsdale

Did you know? 

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and other bowel-related issues can play a HUGE role in the quality of life, social outings, and even work productivity. Individuals with IBS restrict their normal activities at an average of 20% of the days out of the year! If you have been diagnosed with IBS, you may experience agonizing stomach pain, constipation, diarrhea, bloating, cramping, and/or gas. If any of these symptoms brought back painful memories that you wish to forget, you aren’t alone. This syndrome affects 10-15% of the population. IBS is not a disease, rather a variety of bothersome symptoms.

It can be difficult and frustrating to manage IBS, IBD, Crohn’s, gastroparesis, and other GI-related issues.

The best way to treat and prevent the triggering of symptoms is to live a healthy lifestyle. This can include managing stress, eating a healthy diet and exercising. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics explains more the causes and triggers here.

Evidence shows that a low-FODMAP diet can be extremely beneficial and significantly improve symptoms. This elimination diet is not permanent. It is meant to find IBS triggers to further reduce symptoms.

As you may know, there may be certain foods that cause gas, diarrhea, and/or bouts of constipation. Getting started on an elimination diet or low-FODMAP diet can be extremely restrictive at first. It may be new territory for you. These diets are always individualized, which is why it is crucial to work with a registered dietitian for your meal planning, food choices, and grocery shopping.

Let your registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) help you navigate dietary restrictions to avoid GI flare-ups, indigestion, diarrhea, constipation, pain, gas, or bloating caused by IBS, IBD, Crohn’s, or another GI-related condition.


Have you recently been diagnosed with IBS, IBD, or Crohn’s?

Do you constantly have diarrhea, constipation, pain, gas, and/or bloating?

Do you have an interest in identifying your body’s trigger foods?

Are you sick of your condition impacting your quality of life?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, we will provide a unique nutritional assessment going through medical history, concerns, and create a personalized plan that works for you.

Evidence has shown that learning to plan for and manage GI-related conditions contributes to a higher quality of life and a decreased likelihood of experiencing symptoms.

Anderson’s Nutrition has a realistic approach that makes the process enjoyable and helps you meet your goals. We believe in simple, small changes that will make the biggest difference in your life. Our dietitians will provide evidence-based research, food product ideas, and food label-reading tips.  

We can help you to navigate:

  • Reading labels
  • Managing conditions such as diabetes, high cholesterol, or more along with your GI-related symptoms.
  • Getting adequate nutrients while following a restricted diet
  • Meal ideas, meal planning, and what to look for at restaurants
  • Possible supplements needed

Let your registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) help you navigate dietary restrictions to avoid GI flare-ups, indigestion, diarrhea, constipation, pain, gas, or bloating caused by IBS, IBD, Crohn’s, or other GI-related conditions.


What can an RDN do for you?

Our trained experts will work with you to create realistic and customized goals because we want to ensure long-lasting results. We use small changes, focusing on the why and how so that you can effectively prevent nutritional deficiencies and avoid adverse bowel-related symptoms.

Education 

We will educate you on foods that are best for you and your condition. We can give you the tools to help manage stress, meal plan, and navigate your daily life. You will receive recommendations for foods that allow all the nutrients the body needs each day. You’ll learn how to meal plan to avoid those trigger foods. You will know what kinds of foods will work for your life.

Your GI dietitian expert will: 

  • Assess and evaluate dietary intake and health status.
  • Determine where potential nutrient deficiencies may exist.
  • Identify adequate energy needs.
  • Educate on serving size and food group recommendations for overall health.
  • Assist with the implementation of doctor-recommended dietary interventions.
  • Create a plan to further avoid the trigger food/foods.

Evidence has shown that learning to plan for and manage a GI-related condition contributes to a higher quality of life and a decreased likelihood of experiencing symptoms.

Results

Nutrition is not one size fits all! Our experts evaluate and assess diet, health, and nutritional concerns on an individual level using the most current evidence-based research. Meet with a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist for help managing your new way of life.

I’ve noticed that I don’t feel as bloated and gassy throughout the day and my bowel movements are more normal!

33-year old male

Meet our nutrition experts! 


How to get started 

We have several options to get started with one of our RDN-Nutrition Experts. We offer in-person, telephonic, and video counseling sessions. Check out the online scheduler today! Learn more by scheduling a free discovery call. Or you can call our central scheduler at 602-770-7611.

Pick how you want to meet


We are available in most states for virtual one-on-one. For in-person 1-on-1, check location details for the addresses. 


Meet your dietitian from anywhere there is a connection from any device. Our HIPAA compliant software lets you enjoy the flexibility but keeping the in-person feel. There is no software to download and it’s easy to use.

Meet your dietitian at our location in Arizona or Pennsylvania. Our rooms are large enough for a family to feel comfortable and get the hands-on experience they are looking for.


The Cost

Most insurance companies will provide benefits for nutrition counseling, often times the coverage is at 100%. We suggest that if you want insurance to cover, you check your insurance coverage before setting an appointment.

Self Pay Rate

We have several different program durations for you to select from. Choose which one fits your needs. Almost all patients find success in meeting consistently to get the support and the results that they need. You can start with a consultation for $150 prior to purchasing a program. The consultation fee can be applied to one of the programs below. If you feel you would like to meet weekly with your dietitian for we can design a discounted program for you. Just inquire during your consultation.

Consultation Visit
$150
Meet with Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) to discuss your health concerns
Receive a nutrition assessment
1 Visit
 
Education Session
$150
Gain knowledge from the nutrition experts on the topic(s) of your choice
1 Visit
 
 
Medical Nutrition Therapy
$150
Education on disease/condition
Receive nutrition assessment
1 Visit