Looking for nutrition support & counselling, and quality resources for your patients?
You’re in the right place.
Ignite Nutrition understands time with patients is limited, which is why we’ve created a variety of different resources for physicians – to encourage meaningful & practical nutrition changes in patients in 5 minutes or less.
Download nutrition resources to provide focused information, advice, and guidance on lifestyle changes after a GI diagnosis.
Current handouts include: GERD, Reducing Risk of Colon Cancer (post-polyp diagnosis), IBS (including access to up-to-date FODMAP information). Download here.
Would your patient benefit from one-on-one nutrition counselling?
Our dietitians spend time working with clients to understand their behaviours & lifestyle, so that we can affect a meaningful nutrition change.
*do you have a question about a particular condition, or aren’t sure who to refer to? Contact Ignite, and if one of our dietitians do not specialize in this area we will put you in contact with a dietitian who does!
Ignite understands one-on-one counselling isn’t for everyone, and that often cost barriers limit access to quality information.
Which is why we’ve created low-cost resources to help those who cannot afford one-on-one counselling, but require nutrition help.
4 weeks of menus / $ 47 CAD
The HARDEST part of the low FODMAP diet is figuring out what to eat, without the overwhelm. Sure, lists are helpful – but implementing the low FODMAP diet can lead to overwhelm. Countless patients have implemented the low FODMAP diet using these menus with great success. It’s recommended alongside nutrition counselling, or alongside the ‘Getting Started on the Low FODMAP Diet’ database.
Resources, accurate food lists, & access to live Q&A with a dietitian / $ 10 per month
These are the ‘must-have’ resources for getting started on the low FODMAP diet for IBS and functional gut disorders! At Ignite, we strongly encourage only implementing the low FODMAP diet under guidance of a trained dietitian or doctor, as often times, we see people make many mistakes that hold them back from getting better. With so much low FODMAP misinformation out there, you can rely on these resources as an accurate, up-to-date way to implement the low FODMAP diet, without confusion or stress.
Did You Know?
Many health care plans cover the cost of Registered Dietitian services as part of an extended benefits plan. If registered dietitian services are NOT covered, they are considered a tax-deductible medical expense.
If you or your clinic are interested in an education event, please contact us to arrange a time! Our dietitians are happy to come share with you up-to-date practice information, and practical tips so you can best help your patients.!