Eating with IBD can
- What is safe to eat with IBD?
- What IBD trigger foods should I avoid?
- Does food impact my inflammation?
- How can I change my diet to feel well and reduce IBD symptoms?
- How can I find the time to eat well?
At Wellness by Food, we recognize that food has a tremendous impact on the body’s ability to heal.
Our IBD experts include a registered dietitian nutritionist, a culinary nutritionist, and a guy who manages his IBD through food. With our expert nutrition advice + culinary skill + personal experience, we can help make nutrition a driving factor in your healing process!
What To Expect
Our Philosophy on Food
Learn how food affects your body
There is value in simplicity and consistency
Fewer variables are better
Cooked food is better than raw
Limit sugar and avoid articifical sweateners
Plan for cheat meals
Stay hydrated with water
Practice portion control
Variety can be achieved with creativity and minimal input
Cooking is encouraged
Bertina Lee, Culinary Nutritionist
Bertina is a certified culinary nutritionist who believes that everyone can improve their health starting in their kitchens. Whether newly diagnosed with IBD or struggling with ongoing digestive issues, she can teach you the fundamentals of how to use real and delicious foods to heal.
Colleen’s role as a clinical nutritionist at the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center at Weill Cornell Medicine and in private practice, instructor of Cornell medical students, adjunct professor of nutrition graduate students at New York University, and national lecturer has made her a go-to resource for physicians, patients, dietitians and nutritionists seeking answers to their IBD-nutrition questions.
Scott Lippman, diagnosed
Scott comes from the patient side as someone who
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Disclaimer: This website is for informational purposes only and is in no way intended as medical counseling or medical advice. Results may vary.
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