Identify trigger foods and create eating plans
Incorporate anti-inflammatory foods and supplements
Understand the role of stress and gut-brain connection
Implement lifestyle changes such as exercise and sleep optimization
Connect with a community of like-minded individuals on the same journey
This course is suitable for both men and women of all ages, and is open to both IBS sufferers and those who would like to learn more about gut health.Sign up now!
Created by acclaimed gastroenterologist Dr. Sarah Robbins and provided by Well Sunday, this 8-week course guides participants through the world of nutrition, health, and lifestyle therapies designed to alleviate their symptoms and cultivate their own wellness.
Taking an evidence-based approach, this course provides the tools needed to be empowered, inspired, and nourished on the path towards vibrant health.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common digestive disorder that affects millions of people around the world. Despite its prevalence, IBS remains a complex condition, and its exact cause is still unknown.
The gut-brain connection is an intricate network of communication between the gut and the brain that plays a crucial role in maintaining our overall health and well-being. Recent research has shown that the microbiome - the collection of microorganisms that inhabit our gut - plays a significant role in this communication.
Fibre is an essential nutrient that plays a crucial role in maintaining our digestive health. However, when it comes to IBS, not all types of fibre are created equal. Understanding the role of fibre in IBS management is key to managing your symptoms and improving your overall gut health.
The low FODMAP diet is an evidence-based dietary approach designed to manage the symptoms of IBS by reducing the intake of certain types of fermentable carbohydrates. It has been shown to be an effective treatment for many people with IBS, providing symptom relief and improving overall quality of life.
Diet plays a critical role in managing IBS symptoms, and certain dietary interventions have been shown to be effective in reducing symptoms and improving overall gut health.
IBS is a complex condition that affects not only the digestive system but also the overall well-being of individuals. Managing IBS symptoms can be challenging, and it is essential to adopt a holistic approach that addresses not only physical but also emotional and mental aspects of health.
Exercise is a powerful tool for improving overall health, and it has been shown to be beneficial in managing IBS symptoms. However, many people with IBS avoid exercise because they are afraid it will trigger symptoms.
While medication can be effective in managing IBS symptoms, many people with IBS seek additional non-pharmacological strategies to improve their symptoms and overall gut health. Nutritional, herbal, and alternative healing strategies have gained popularity in recent years, with many people turning to these methods to manage their IBS symptoms.
Sign up for this course today and take control of your gut health!
8-week course with virtual modules delivered to your inbox.
Unlimited on-demand access to the portal for one year.
Limited spots available.
Our introductory pricing is a one-time fee of
We look forward to helping you achieve optimal gut health!