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"Have you been experiencing unexplained food sensitivities, told you have IBS without guidance on what that means? Has your practitioner suggested you should start a gluten free diet to reduce inflammation? Maybe you feel starting a vegetarian or vegan diet is the best to start feeling better? Trained on the use of a low FODMAP diet for IBS by Monash University and a Certified Leap Therapist, I can help you find answers and the best way to maintain a healthy diet. Your don't have to struggle alone! "
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"Have you been experiencing unexplained food sensitivities, told you have IBS without guidance on what that means? Has your practitioner suggested you should start a gluten free diet to reduce inflammation? Maybe you feel starting a vegetarian or vegan diet is the best to start feeling better? Trained on the use of a low FODMAP diet for IBS by Monash University and a Certified Leap Therapist, I can help you find answers and the best way to maintain a healthy diet. Your don't have to struggle alone! "

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