For a Digestive Peace of Mind, LLC
4 Lincoln Street
Medway, MA 02053
Nutritional Counseling | For a Digestive Peace of Mind
Kate & Toni provide nutritional consultations for a variety of digestive health conditions: IBS, celiac disease, IBD, SIBO and more. To book an appointment, please call 508-533-0800
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One-on-one RDN coaching
Kate offers one-on-one coaching sessions to help you successfully instruct your IBS clients on the low FODMAP diet. Learn key components of digestive health including; the role of probiotics and fiber, diet in SIBO, understanding the role of overlapping conditions that commonly occur in the IBS patient, and much more. To book a consultation email email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE: ALL VISITS ARE SELF PAY AT THIS TIME (EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1, 2015.) WE HAVE MOVED AWAY FROM PROVIDING INSURANCE COVERAGE IN MY PRACTICE AS THERE HAS BEEN AN INCREMENTAL INCREASE IN REQUIREMENTS FOR DOCUMENTATION AND PAPERWORK. THE EXTRA TIME SPENT ON INSURANCE BILLING AND SUBSEQUENT FOLLOW UP WITH MY BILLING COMPANY WAS IMPACTING THE TIME AVAILABLE FOR ME TO DELIVER EXEMPLARY, COMPASSIONATE AND COMPREHENSIVE DIGESTIVE HEALTH NUTRITION CONSULTATIONS.
PRIOR TO YOUR NUTRITION CONSULTATION, PLEASE PRINT AND COMPLETE OUR DIGESTIVE HEALTH & HISTORY FORM.
The purpose of katescarlata.com and The Well Balanced FODMAPer blog are solely for guidance and enjoyment. The information included on this site is not a substitute for professional medical advice, examination, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider before altering your diet, changing your exercise regimen, starting any new treatment or making changes to existing treatment.
Please note: NOT all recipes on The Well Balanced FODMAPer blog are low in FODMAPs. Those considered Low FODMAP will be noted on the recipe or mentioned as such in the blog post.