The low-FODMAP diet for IBD: Are you chronically bloated and excessively gassy? Do you have ongoing abdominal pain? You may be the one person in ten who suffers from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a functional disorder of the GI system that can impair quality of life and make eating less enjoyable.
Please join Lauren Mirkin, LDN, CNS for a class about a scientifically proven dietary program to relieve the symptoms of IBS. It is called the low-FODMAP diet. This approach limits or restricts certain groups of carbohydrates that are poorly absorbed and can contribute to these umcomfortable systems of IBS.
Classes are held every 2nd Wednesday of the month from 5:30pm to 7pm, starting on December 11, 2013. There is a fee of $25 per class, and payment must be made prior to class. The class is limited to 5 people per class. Please call the center at 410-828-3585 to register or for more information.
- Tips on Healthy Eating
- Watch a webinar discussing healthy eating: what is good, what to avoid and how gluten may be affecting you.
- Upper GI Endoscopy: What Patients Can Expect
- An upper gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy is a safe and effective procedure that can help diagnose or treat problems of the upper digestive system. Click here to watch Dr. Linda Lee as she explains the anatomy of the upper GI tract and what patients can expect before, during, and after an upper GI endoscopy.
- IBD Symposium 2011
- On September 24, 2011, Johns Hopkins Integrative Medicine & Digestive Center held a half-day symposium in conjunction with the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation on an Integrative Medicine Approach to Inflammatory Bowel Disease. The speakers included experts in inflammatory bowel disease, integrative medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, nutrition, and psychotherapy, all of whom are on the faculty and staff at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
- You can access all of the talks by clicking here to view our video.
- Integrative Medicine and Cancer
- Watch a webinar discussing how acupuncture, the mind/body connection, holistic eating, chinese medicine and other modalities can help cancer survivors during and after treatment.
- We now participate with EHP
- Massage and Acupuncture Now Available at the Johns Hopkins Hospital Campus
In the News
- 3/24/14 - Can What You Eat Affect Your Mental Health? Dr Linda Lee weighs in on the issue of food and mental health
Scheduled Presentations and Professional Development Activities from Our Staff
- Please check back frequenlty for updated activities
In our strive to continually evaluate effective treatment modalities for common illnesses seen at our Center, we have intitated a monthly journal club where we present and discuss current research. Our objectives are as follows:
- to identify studies that meet criteria for being"evidenced based".
- to identify studies that have limitations.
- to identify ways our center might participate in clinical trials collaborating with other instituitions.
- to discuss ways our treatment protocols, or recommendations to patients might be changed based on results of recent research studies.