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3 Tips for Caregivers During COVID-19

Caregivers are the unsung heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic. As if being a caregiver isn’t hard enough, you now have the added challenges that come with caregiving during a pandemic. To help support you during this difficult time, we’ve put…

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Is IBS Keeping You Up At Night?

Is irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) keeping you up at night?  Research suggests that IBS is associated with sleep disturbances and those with IBS may have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep. Let’s unpack the reasons why IBS may be disturbing…

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Eating Disorders and GI Disease, What You Need To Know

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week is February 22-28, and our podcast is focused on eating disorders in the GI community. Gastroenterologist, Dr. Monia Werlang, joins us to discuss eating disorders in those with GI conditions and to provide helpful guidance…

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Gastro Girl’s Foodie Find: Epicured

This is a special Foodie Find episode! We found a great resource for you, a gourmet meal delivery system called Epicured. Richard Bennett, CEO and Melissa VP of Customer Experience discuss Epicured and how it is helping GI patients by…

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The Importance of Kindness in Your GI Journey

Our host, Jacqueline Gaulin has an introspective discussion with Dr. Tara Cousineau, the author of The Kindness Cure. Dr. Tara reveals how the seemingly “soft skills” of kindness, cooperation, and generosity have a deep impact on our survival. Dr. Tara…

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What Comes First, The Gut or The Brain?

Dr. Megan Riehl is a GI Health Psychologist with the University of Michigan and Director of Behavioral Health Services for Gastro Girl and GI OnDEMAND. In today’s interview, Dr. Riehl breaks down the concept of the “gut-brain connection”. She explains…

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February 2021 Book of the Month

Purchase from Barnes and NoblePurchase from AmazonPurchase from Books-A-Million The Kindness Cure It’s time for a kindness revolution. In The Kindness Cure, psychologist Tara Cousineau draws on cutting-edge research in psychology and neuroscience to show how simple practices of kindness—for…

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What the FODMAP is going on?

Has your doctor or healthcare provider recommended that you start a low FODMAP diet? Then this episode is for you! Kate Scarlata, MPH, RDN is a registered dietitian who specializes in gut health and the low FODMAP diet. She is…

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