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Creating the Field of GI Nutrition with Kate Scarlata, RDN

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In this podcast episode, Kate Scarlata, MPH, RDN, discusses how to help patients avoid over restricting their diets, the use of digital therapeutic tools in dietetics and more. • Intro :02 • Welcome to this episode of Gut Talk :23 • The interview/about Scarlata :31 • Scarlata on her family and growing up in a family of nine children. 1:02 • Who was more influential in shaping you? Was it your family, or people outside the family unit? 3:40 • What got you interested in diet and nutrition? 6:27 • Are there any defining moments personally or professionally that affected the direction of your career? 8:02 • Can you tell us about your first job as a GI dietician and how it led to your role in the field today? 12:17 • Berry and Scarlata on GI patient motivations and how they differ from the average patient. 16:51 • Are there things that you think are unique from a dietetics perspective to build that rapport with the patient and walk them back from deeply rooted thoughts they may have about their diet? 17:49 • Have you encountered situations with patients where you felt like you could not move forward without the assistance of other specialists such as a trained GI psychologist? 19:47 • Chey and Scarlata on disordered eating and eating disorders and red flags to help identify and assist these patients. 22:25 • Are you utilizing the FODMAP Gentle or bottom-up approach? 27:27 • Berry, Chey and Scarlata on the emergence of digital automated tools developed to help patients get access to therapies without the use of a trained clinician. 29:11 • Can you talk about the patient advocacy efforts you have been involved with, including the IBelieveinyourStory campaign and the EndHungerPain initiative? 34:43 • Chey, Berry and Scarlata on the economic challenges facing multidisciplinary GI care and getting patients access to dietary needs including resources like Equip Health. 41:29 • Scarlata on her upcoming book, Mind Your Gut: The Whole-body, Science-based Guide to Living with IBS, co-written with Megan Reihl, PsyD. 43:52 • Thank you, Kate 45:06 • Thanks for listening 45:17 Kate Scarlata, MPH, RDN is a US-based dietitian with over 30 years of experience. Kate’s expertise is in gastrointestinal disorders and food intolerance. Kate is the author of numerous books and articles on digestive health topics including the New York Times Best Seller, The 21 Day Tummy Diet. We’d love to hear from you! Send your comments/questions to guttalkpodcast@healio.com. Follow us on X, formerly known as Twitter, @HealioGastro @sameerkberry @umfoodoc. For more from Kate Scarlata, follow @KateScarlata_RD on X, formerly known as Twitter. Disclosures: Berry and Chey report no relevant financial disclosures. Scarlata reports stock options with Epicured LLC and FODY Food Company, financial support from Dr. Schar, Mahana Therapeutics, Nestle Health Science, Olipop, Pendulum, QOL Medical.

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In this podcast episode, Kate Scarlata, MPH, RDN, discusses how to help patients avoid over restricting their diets, the use of digital therapeutic tools in dietetics and more. • Intro :02 • Welcome to this episode of Gut Talk :23 • The interview/about Scarlata :31 • Scarlata on her family and growing up in a family of nine children. 1:02 • Who was more influential in shaping you? Was it your family, or people outside the family unit? 3:40 • What got you interested in diet and nutrition? 6:27 • Are there any defining moments personally or professionally that affected the direction of your career? 8:02 • Can you tell us about your first job as a GI dietician and how it led to your role in the field today? 12:17 • Berry and Scarlata on GI patient motivations and how they differ from the average patient. 16:51 • Are there things that you think are unique from a dietetics perspective to build that rapport with the patient and walk them back from deeply rooted thoughts they may have about their diet? 17:49 • Have you encountered situations with patients where you felt like you could not move forward without the assistance of other specialists such as a trained GI psychologist? 19:47 • Chey and Scarlata on disordered eating and eating disorders and red flags to help identify and assist these patients. 22:25 • Are you utilizing the FODMAP Gentle or bottom-up approach? 27:27 • Berry, Chey and Scarlata on the emergence of digital automated tools developed to help patients get access to therapies without the use of a trained clinician. 29:11 • Can you talk about the patient advocacy efforts you have been involved with, including the IBelieveinyourStory campaign and the EndHungerPain initiative? 34:43 • Chey, Berry and Scarlata on the economic challenges facing multidisciplinary GI care and getting patients access to dietary needs including resources like Equip Health. 41:29 • Scarlata on her upcoming book, Mind Your Gut: The Whole-body, Science-based Guide to Living with IBS, co-written with Megan Reihl, PsyD. 43:52 • Thank you, Kate 45:06 • Thanks for listening 45:17 Kate Scarlata, MPH, RDN is a US-based dietitian with over 30 years of experience. Kate’s expertise is in gastrointestinal disorders and food intolerance. Kate is the author of numerous books and articles on digestive health topics including the New York Times Best Seller, The 21 Day Tummy Diet. We’d love to hear from you! Send your comments/questions to guttalkpodcast@healio.com. Follow us on X, formerly known as Twitter, @HealioGastro @sameerkberry @umfoodoc. For more from Kate Scarlata, follow @KateScarlata_RD on X, formerly known as Twitter. Disclosures: Berry and Chey report no relevant financial disclosures. Scarlata reports stock options with Epicured LLC and FODY Food Company, financial support from Dr. Schar, Mahana Therapeutics, Nestle Health Science, Olipop, Pendulum, QOL Medical.

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