"This training has provided me with new skill set, broader perspective, and so much more confidence to teach the low FODMAP diet with up to date, evidenced best practices. The knowledge gained in this course taught me how to better assess my patients and determine which approach to recommend- strict elimination, simplified, or expanding low FODMAP diet. Most often the strict elimination phase is discussed which may not be the most realistic or appropriate approach for everyone. As a full time outpatient RDN this course was by far the most comprehensive, well done and relevant trainings I have ever completed."
Vanessa - Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (USA)
"The way that this course will improve the service I provide will be priceless. The practical activities used to apply the theory learnt were invaluable…I would have no hesitation in recommending this course to any dietitian looking to specialise in this area of nutrition."
Geraldine - Dietitian (Australia)
"The course was very approachable and easy to follow, while also being very rigorous and evidence-based. The combination of text, videos, case studies and learning activities also kept it dynamic. As a result of completing this course, I feel well-equipped to counsel patients and clients in personalizing the low FODMAP diet to meet their individual needs."
Diana - Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (USA)
"The Monash University Low FODMAP Diet for Irritable Bowel Syndrome online course is a comprehensive review of all of the research conducted on the low FODMAP diet. The course details the multiple Low FODMAP Diet approaches for the dietary management of IBS and when they may be appropriate. I liked that other non-diet treatments were explained as well as troubleshooting for when the Low FODMAP diet doesn’t relieve symptoms of IBS. This course provides all of the information and tools required to complete a thorough assessment as well as provide meaningful follow ups for reintroduction and liberalisation to create a modified low FODMAP diet. I highly recommend this course to dietitians working with clients who have food intolerances."
Jenna - Dietitian (Australia)