Top 10 Reasons for RDNs To Use Telehealth With IBD Patients

Top 10 Reasons for RDNs To Use Telehealth With IBD Patients

By Colleen D. Webb, MS, RDN, CLT Good news for RDNs and other healthcare professionals using telehealth to counsel IBD patients. (Telehealth is the exchange of healthcare information remotely and electronically to improve the health of a patient). Earlier this year...

What if I Have Both IBS and IBD?

Colleen writing over at FODMAP Everyday, Up to 40% of people with IBD suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). These people have a poorer quality of life compared to those with only IBD. And “Some people with inactive IBD avoid high-fiber foods out of necessity,...
8 Things RDNs Should Do When Counseling IBD Patients

8 Things RDNs Should Do When Counseling IBD Patients

By Colleen D. Webb, MS, RDN, CLT As IBD rates climb worldwide, more patients with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are seeking nutritional advice from registered dietitians nutritionists (RDNs). Proper nutrition is an important part of IBD management. RDNs play...

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