Zolik Family Pediatric Nutrition Month: Review and Practical Tips on Implementing Dietary Interventions for Children with Disorders of Gut-Brain Interaction
This session will cover the importance of diet and relevant diet-induced symptom pathophysiology in children with disorders of gut-brain interaction (DGBI). It will review dietary intervention evidence for children with DGBI. It will also include practical tips to review a diet and implement dietary interventions for children with DGBI.
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At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Recognize the importance of diet for children with DGBI;
- Recall pathophysiology of diet-induced symptoms in children with DGBI;
- Discuss evidence of dietary interventions for children with DGBI;
- Identify key points of focus in a 24-hour recall for children with DGBI;
- State the three phases of the low FODMAP diet.
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Baylor College of Medicine
Director, Neurogastroenterology and Motility Program
Texas Children's Hospital
Ann McMeans, MS, RD, LDN
Senior Dietitian and Nutrition Research Manager
Baylor Children’s Hospital
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