Overwhelmed with the conflicting information you read on the internet
At a loss. You can't, possibly, fathom that there is anything left to try to feel better
Frustrated that you are continuing to struggle with ongoing symptoms such as constipation, bloat and fatigue.
I was diagnosed with celiac disease shortly after graduating as a registered dietitian with a five year degree. As a newbie dietitian and celiac, even I fell for all the quick promises of digestive relief - from supplements to elimination diets. Things would work for a few months, if I was lucky, and then I'd be pretty much back to square one. And, with an empty wallet to boot.
After saying "enough is enough", I dove into the research and found ample evidence backed strategies that were working for others with digestive health issues. I modified it for myself and I, finally, started experiencing long term relief. I then started testing it on motivated clients, and they also started to experience long-term relief.
Now, after many years of using my celiac framework with 1:1 private practice clients, I am bringing it online for all of my fellow celiacs, who continue to feel unwell despite a strict, GF diet.
We all deserve to feel better. Let me help you.
Discover if it's gluten or something else that's the issue
Identify your digestive triggers
Create a do-able plan for long-term relief
Your daily, celiac, lifestyle blueprint to keep you feeling your best
A list of tummy friendly foods, adapted for your body
An unprecenteded confidence that you are living your best celiac life
The ability to feel confident and amazing in your body, long-term!
Discover if it's gluten or something else:
- Identify nutrient deficiencies
- Ensure you are not getting 'glutenend.'
Pillar 1 (10 weeks): Flex your gluten free diet for symptom control
- Level 1 - The basics of GF nutrition
- Level 2 - Manipulating fiber for digestive relief
- Level 3 -Eliminating common digestive triggers
Pillar 2 (2 weeks): Create your daily 5 lifestyle plan to reduce digestive symptoms
Pillar 3 (12 weeks): Identify your personal food triggers and find long-term relief
- PDF downloads, workbooks, and handouts
- Short videos to easily listen to content when you have some extra time
- Weekly office hours and food journal reviews
- Weekly access and check ins from Selena, Registered Dietitian and celiac, to guide you on what your weekly focus should be considering your current progress.
- FB community to get support and ask questions
- Coaching to help you reach your goals
- 6 months access to the program
How long is the course?
The suggested timeline will have you complete the course in ~6 months. But, some participants may work through the program faster than others. You have access to the course for 6 months so you are not rushed.
Are there payment plans available?
At this time, there are no payment plans available. However, exceptions may be made depending on individual circumstances. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org
How is this course different than other celiac related courses?
The main difference here is that I am with you every step of the way, directing you on next steps to take and giving advice for YOU based on how you are feeling and the progress made so far. There is no other celiac program that provides coaching to this extent and that is why this program works. It's actually the reason that this is a SMALL, group coaching program. I want you to get better and it's the 1:1 attention I am able to give that gets you there.
Who is this program for?
This is a good fit if: You've been diagnosed with celiac disease by your medical doctor (MD) or gastroenterologist, you've been on the GF diet for at least 6 months, you continue to struggle with constipation, fatigue, bloat or gas, you have been diagnosed with IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), you are at a place where you can dedicate ~1 hour/week to find long term relief from your symptoms, you are willing to put in the daily effort needed to, finally, get you feeling better!
This program is not for you, if:
You have not been formally diagnosed with celiac disease, you have not been on the GF diet for six months, you have symptoms that need a doctor (MD) check in first before proceeding (blood in the stool, consistently having more than 5 bowel movements a day, consistently having diarrhea/watery/soupy bowel movements, waking up in the middle of the night to have a bowel movement, black/tarry or white/clay or light tan bowel movements, ribbon like or pencil thin stools)