Fresh from attending the World Endometriosis Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, where Stef presented her poster on The Role of The Dietitian in Endometriosis, in this episode, we discuss dietary recommendations for managing endometriosis symptoms based on the latest research.
Stef breaks down her knowledge of the common options we see as endo dietitians including the Mediterranean diet, gluten-free, and the low FODMAP diet. She will also touch on dairy free and the impact of soy on endometriosis backed by the latest scientific evidence. Finding the right personalised nutrition approach is the key to managing your endometriosis symptoms and this episode leaves no stone unturned, you won’t want to miss it!
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- Listen to Episode 85 – Low FODMAP Diet For Endometriosis With Kaylee Slater APD here.
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