Whidbey General Hospital

Break Free of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

More work days are lost annually because of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) than because of diabetes. Lori Taylor, Whidbey General clinical dietitian and GI nutrition specialist, will present a free program Tuesday, April 16, in Freeland to help you cope with IBS.

 

Break Free of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Tuesday, April 16, 3 p.m.
Freeland Library
5495 Harbor Avenue
360-331-7323

This program is free. Registration is not required.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) affects at least 10 percent of the population and has a profound impact on those who carry the diagnosis. 

Most people with the condition struggle for answers, since there are no clear recommendations that work with everyone. Everyone’s IBS is different, but there are strategies that can greatly improve your quality of life if you have IBS.

Please join Lori Taylor, clinical dietitian and IBS specialist, for a talk about the causes of IBS and strategies that can work. She has personal experience with IBS and has researched a number of conventional and natural treatment modalities that are practical and effective. 

Lori Taylor, MA/MS, CD, RD, CNSC is a clinical dietitian at Whidbey General Hospital with expertise in gastroenterology and oncology.

Lori Taylor can be reached via email or by calling:

    • 360-678-7656 x3202 - North Whidbey
    • 360-321-7656 x3202 - South Whidbey

Break Free of Irritable Bowel SyndromeThis program is supported by Whidbey General and by the Friends of the Freeland Library.

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Accommodations for people with disabilities will be provided upon request. Please call your library or TTY1-800-647-3753. Please allow two weeks advance notice.

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