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Diana Reid, MPH, RDN

Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist

Location icon United States

Diana is a registered dietitian-nutritionist and the owner of The Global Dietitian, an international nutrition consulting practice based in Seattle, WA and Luxembourg, Luxembourg. She helps individuals find the best eating approach for their specific lifestyle and family needs. She works with clients around the globe, and specializes in providing nutrition-based treatment for gastro-intestinal disorders, food allergies and intolerances, and nutrition for children and families. She also works with a variety of athletes on the local and national levels.

Portfolio
FODMAP Everyday
03/26/2019
Don't Fall For These 5 IBS Diet Fads! - FODMAP Everyday

Looking For A Quick Fix? Having a chronic condition can leave you feeling stressed, anxious, frustrated and sometimes, desperate. Feeling uncomfortable all the time is just simply not fun. And quality of life can reach very high levels of "suck."

What RDs do
01/29/2019
Diana Reid, MPH, RD

I have a pretty non-traditional career path, as I started out in another field altogether and changed careers in my 40s. I think being a second career dietitian has made me very savvy in terms of business and entrepreneurship and knowing how to present and market myself.

RDLounge.com
03/21/2019
Exercise: A Secret Weapon for IBS Symptom Relief

When working with clients or patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), it's important to remember that stress is a major driver of symptom onset and severity. The proper diet often can prevent or ease symptoms, but high levels of stress can interfere with even the best dietary strategies.

Food & Nutrition Magazine
03/15/2019
Menopause and Weight Gain | Food & Nutrition | Stone Soup

OK, let's be real. I'm about to turn 51 and most of my pants don't fit. I am not thrilled with this turn of events. Not because I'm super body conscious per se, but because new wardrobes are expensive!

FODMAP Everyday
07/11/2018
IBS & Probiotics: Should I Take Them? - FODMAP Everyday

Should you take a probiotic supplement alongside other treatments for IBS, such as the low FODMAP diet? And if so, which one and when? This article will explore the latest science in attempting to answer these questions.Hype vs.

RDLounge.com
02/01/2019
Canada's New Food Guide

The Canadian government recently released an updated edition of the Canada Food Guide (the Guide), making a number of important changes to the country's national dietary recommendations. The nutrition guide is somewhat analogous to MyPlate and the Dietary Guidelines for Americans published in the United States.

FODMAP Everyday
04/13/2018
Meet Diana Reid MPH RD, Our Global Dietitian - FODMAP Everyday

Diana Reid MPH RD is The Global Dietitian and part of the FODMAP Everyday Success Team. We are dedicated to bringing you the information that you need to THRIVE on the low FODMAP diet. Join us for recipes, articles, low FODMAP shopping and more interviews.

RDLounge.com
12/20/2018
Holiday Travel on the Low-FODMAP Diet

Following a special diet can be challenging any time of the year, but during the activity- and party-packed holiday season, it can be doubly stressful. For clients and patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), the stress of the holidays can worsen gastrointestinal symptoms, making it more important to carefully follow their dietary plan.

FODMAP Everyday
06/05/2018
Vitamin D and IBS: Is There a Connection? - FODMAP Everyday

Vitamin D has become a nutritional darling over the past several years and has been linked to beneficial effects on bone health, diabetes prevention, immune health, cardiovascular function and more. Newer research indicates a possible role for vitamin D in preventing certain types of cancer and colorectal disease, and favorable effects on neuropsychiatric disorders, such as anxiety and depression[1] [2].

FODMAP Everyday
09/17/2018
SIBO: Get The Facts - FODMAP Everyday

What is SIBO? Simply stated, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is an increase in the number of colonic-type bacteria (which are normally found in large numbers in the large intestine) in the small intestine. The presence of bacteria in our gastro-intestinal (GI) tract is normal and helpful.

FODMAP Everyday
01/14/2019
The Gut-Brain Connection & IBS: It's Not All in Your Head - FODMAP Everyday

The Gut-Brain Connection and IBS Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) sufferers know all too well the realities of the gut-brain connection: uncomfortable or embarrassing gut symptoms cause stress, which then trigger further painful symptoms. Or, the reverse is also often true: the fear of encountering symptoms (e.g.

FODMAP Everyday
01/07/2019
A New Blood Test For IBS: What You Should Know - FODMAP Everyday

New Blood Test for IBS: Should You Seek It Out? During a webcast on September 24, 2018, Mark Pimentel, MD of Cedars Sinai announced that a blood test for the diagnosis of diarrhea and mixed irritable bowel syndrome is now available based on the fact that IBS can start after food poisoning (PI-IBS).

The Global Dietitian
05/08/2018
Getting Started on the Low FODMAP Diet

Ok, so you've been diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Your doctor has suggested you try the low FODMAP diet, and you left his or her office with a huge stack of information and some food lists.

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