Vegan FODMAP Dietitian

A nutritionist specializing in food intolerances can identify the cause of your digestive issues and guide you in avoiding dietary mistakes, finding alternatives, managing symptoms, reducing stress, and staying motivated.

Obtain a personalized plan from one of our vegan FODMAP dietitians for your digestive issues and food intolerances. Enhance your plant-based diet, alleviate digestive troubles, and regain a better quality of life!

Vegan IBS Dietitians

We are nutrition experts specializing in digestive issues and irritable bowel syndrome

Suffering from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) can be very unpredictable and frustrating. While there is no cure for IBS, a FODMAP diet has been shown to be effective in controlling symptoms.

Using the “Low FODMAP Diet” methodology from Monash University, which developed this regimen, we will guide you in identifying suitable foods and those to avoid.

A vegan IBS diet is possible, but it varies for each person. There’s no universal plan. A FODMAP nutritionist can help you navigate your choices with the 3-step method below.

To discover our team of plant-based dietitians, visit our About page.

Personalized Recommendations for Your Food Intolerances

Step 1: Low FODMAP Diet

The dietitian will customize a low FODMAP vegan diet that will be used for a few weeks until your digestive health is stable.

Step 2: FODMAP Reintroduction

The dietitian will help you reintroduce vegan FODMAP food categories, to determine which foods are tolerated.

Step 3: Long-Term FODMAP Plan

The dietitian will tailor a long-term vegan IBS meal plan designed to manage symptoms and minimize unnecessary dietary restrictions.

Why Work with a Plant-Based Dietitian Specializing in Food Intolerance and Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

Reduce Stress and Manage Symptoms Faster

The uncomfortable symptoms and stress of irritable bowel syndrome can be managed more efficiently with the assistance of a FODMAP nutritionist. There are many quick actions you can take to alleviate symptoms.

Avoid Mistakes and Unnecessary Hassle

A vegan FODMAP dietitian possesses the necessary knowledge and experience to assist you with your digestive health. Save time by avoiding confusing online searches and ensuring proper adherence to the low FODMAP vegan diet.

Get Support and Stay Motivated

An IBS nutritionist understands what you are going through, provides support, and ensures you stay motivated throughout the low FODMAP vegan diet process. It might not be easy, but it is worth it.

What You Can Expect During Your Sessions:

  • Identification of food triggers for symptoms
  • Prescription of the appropriate amount of fiber
  • Facilitation of more ideal and frequent bowel movements
  • Recommendation of dietary supplements to address symptoms
  • Development of a meal plan with portions and recipes based on your preferences
  • Proposal of a food journal app to assess patterns contributing to gastrointestinal issues
  • Establishment of a meal organization to reduce symptoms
  • Advice on vitamins and minerals to prevent deficiencies
  • Promotion of a healthy relationship with food
  • Continuous support throughout the data analysis and solution-seeking process
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Advantages of Collaborating With Us:

  • Minimization of flatulence and bloating
  • Control of diarrhea or indigestion
  • Time savings by avoiding trial and error
  • Increased understanding of one’s own body
  • Reduction of inflammation
  • Diversification of dietary choices
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Process & Fees

Step 1: The Initial Assessment

Mandatory for all clients, the one-hour initial assessment is crucial. The dietitian will learn about your goals, assess your medical profile and diet, offer recommendations, and suggest packages to kickstart your journey and achieve your desired results.


Step 2: Follow-Up Sessions

In these follow-up sessions, the dietitian will coach and guide you to achieve your desired results. Sessions can be either one hour or 30 minutes long.


For essential details about our process and fees, please visit our pricing page using the link below.

How to Start Your Journey

Option 1 – Direct Booking:

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Click on the link below to access the nutritionists’ schedules and book directly with them.

Option 2 – Free Discovery Call:

Schedule a 5-20 minute free discovery call with your future plant-based dietitian. They will address your queries and kickstart your journey.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can a vegan diet cause gut issues?

Certain staple vegan foods such as beans, pulses, and vegetables which are high in fiber can cause temporary gas and bloat. However, there is no research stating that a vegan diet can cause serious gut issues.

Why am I so gassy after going vegan?

When you first make the switch to a vegan/vegetarian diet, the sudden increase in fiber intake can cause some gas and bloating. This is completely normal so give your body some time to adjust and symptoms will subside after a few weeks.

How do vegans avoid gas and bloating?

There are many ways to reduce gas and bloating on a vegan diet. Gastrointestinal dietitians recommend incorporating fiber slowly, drinking more water, chewing your food thoroughly, and cooking your vegetables to reduce gas and bloating.

Do vegans have healthier gut bacteria?

This study has shown that a plant-based diet creates a more diverse and stable population of gut bacteria while animal-based diets are associated with lower gut bacteria diversity. 

Can a vegan diet cause inflammation?

A vegan diet is mostly low in many inflammatory triggers. Additionally, a well-balanced vegan diet can further reduce inflammation in the body.

How long does it take for your gut to get used to a vegan diet?

It varies from person to person but it can take a few days to a few weeks for your gut to get used to a vegan diet. Everyone’s transition into a vegan diet is different and a gastrointestinal dietitian can help guide you through your journey.

Do vegans need a probiotic?

Vegans do not need to take probiotic supplements if they consume a well-balanced vegan diet with the help of an IBS dietitian. Vegan sources of probiotics can be found in fermented plant-based foods like sauerkraut, kimchi, miso, pickles, tempeh, kefir, sourdough bread, etc.

Is IBS caused by food or stress?

Food or stress don't cause IBS, but it can trigger the symptoms. There are several factors that can cause IBS, your gastroenterologist and IBS dietitian can be able to provide you with some solutions to your dietary concerns.

What are the warning signs of IBS?

Some symptoms of IBS include stomach pain or cramps, bloating, diarrhea, and constipation. There may be some days when the symptoms are better and some days when they are worse.

What foods are healing for IBS?

There are some common foods and diets available to help relieve IBS symptoms. Talk with your IBS dietitian to help find one that is most appropriate for you.

What foods agitate IBS?

Certain fruits and vegetables, beans and legumes, sugar alcohol, and substitutes can trigger IBS flare-ups. Talk with your IBS dietitian to help identify your IBS triggers and help relieve your symptoms.

Is vegan good for IBD?

Some case studies suggest that plant-based diets have the health benefits of preventing relapse in patients with Crohn’s disease. As a matter of fact, research shows that foods high in sugar and animal fats may increase the risk of IBD. 

Is a plant-based diet good for IBS?

There is no evidence showing a plant-based diet is good for IBS, but a vegan diet can improve gut and digestive health, subsequently relieving IBS symptoms in the long run. IBS dietitians can help you modify some FODMAP food sources to offer symptom relief while maintaining a well-nourished vegan diet.

Is it hard to be vegan with IBS?

It can be a challenge to be vegan with IBS as high FODMAP foods are common triggers for IBS and many vegan foods are high in FODMAP. Despite that, an IBS dietitian can make this process simple by tailoring a personalized meal plan to your needs. 

What can a vegan eat on an IBS flare-up?

During an IBS flare-up, there are certain foods that can be avoided to relieve IBS symptoms. As FODMAP dietitians we would recommend sticky to only low fodmap foods such as rice and tofu.

How do vegans get protein for IBS?

There are many vegan protein sources for IBS, such as hemp seeds, tofu, and tempeh. See a list of vegan protein sources

Can you eat tofu if you have IBS?

Tofu is low FODMAP due to the processing step in manufacturing. Edamame and tempeh are also low FODMAP. On the other hand, soy milk is high in FODMAP.

Can too much protein trigger IBS?

Too much protein in a vegan diet can trigger IBS. Certain types of food such as legumes, nuts and seeds in large quantities can trigger IBS symptoms so IBS dietitians recommend incorporating smaller quantities of tofu and tempeh to ensure you are getting enough protein in your diet.

Can you be low FODMAP vegan?

Definitely! This IBS nutritionist’s guide to a low FODMAP vegan diet can help you have a low FODMAP diet and manage your IBS on a vegan diet.

What foods can make Crohn's disease worse?

Some foods that can make Crohn’s disease worse during flare-ups are carbonated beverages, lentils and beans, nuts and seeds, whole grains, raw vegetables and fruits, etc. A Crohn’s nutritionist can help ensure you get all the nutrients you need on your recovery journey.