Meet Becky, LWWGP Coach & Mentor

Posted in: Uncategorized ♦ Monday, March 30th, 2015, 11:35 am ♦ 11 Comments

My number one tip for living well with GP is to keep moving forward. ~Becky Meet Becky Stelwagen. Becky is a “graduate” of the LWWGP Group Program and she’s all about living WELL. Becky has been training with me for over two years and I’m happy to announce that she is now an independent LWWGP…
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All About Gastroparesis & Pregnancy

Posted in: Pregnancy ♦ Sunday, March 8th, 2015, 9:47 am ♦ Comments Off

I recently mentioned that, with the release of the LWWGP Program, I’ve said pretty much everything I have to say about living WELL with gastroparesis. This is true with one exception: pregnancy. Throughout my own pregnancy (that’s my belly above), I did write several blog posts but I had planned to create a comprehensive eBook all about GP & Pregnancy…
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This is Everything I Have to Say About GP

Posted in: Treatment ♦ Thursday, March 5th, 2015, 10:30 am ♦ Comments Off

Since I first started offering the Living (Well!) with Gastroparesis Program in 2011, hundreds of people with gastroparesis from all over the world have taken the course.  The program has evolved through the years to include everything I know about living WELL with GP and the feedback has been phenomenal, with the latest group of…
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Win a Spot in the LWWGP Group Coaching Program

Posted in: Uncategorized ♦ Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014, 12:01 pm ♦ 63 Comments

Thursday is the last day to register for the Living (Well!) with Gastroparesis Group Program… it’s also the last giveaway for a free spot in the program! The prize… A free spot in the LWWGP Group Coaching Program! This 14-week interactive course will help you gain control over your symptoms, improve your quality of life, and…
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Giveaway: Balanced Box for Digestive Peace of Mind

Posted in: Diet, Related Conditions ♦ Friday, October 17th, 2014, 5:35 pm ♦ 37 Comments

Kata Scarlata, RD is my favorite source of info and guidance for everything low-FODMAP. If you haven’t listened to the Q&A that Kate and I did a while back I highly recommend it. As a brief review, FODMAPs are fermentable carbohydrates that feed the bacteria in our guts and sometimes cause symptoms like gas, bloating, pain,…
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Let’s Talk About: Mental Health & Self-Care

Posted in: Mental Health ♦ Saturday, October 11th, 2014, 10:51 am ♦ 6 Comments

Yesterday, October 10th, was World Mental Health Day. According the World Health Organization, the purpose of this day is to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilize efforts in support of mental health. Fittingly, yesterday I also decided that it’s time to mobilize my own efforts in support of improving my…
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FAQ Friday: What is Leaky Gut Syndrome? Does it cause GP?

Posted in: FAQ, Related Conditions, Treatment ♦ Friday, October 3rd, 2014, 9:36 am ♦ 1 Comment

Links mentioned: Eating for Gastroparesis (new edition) Living (Well!) with Gastroparesis Group Coaching: Program Details & Free Classes Related Posts:FAQ Friday: Gastroparesis & PregnancyFAQ Friday: Diagnosing GastroparesisFAQ Friday: Self Care & GastroparesisFAQ Friday: Gastroparesis & Weight GainFAQ Friday: Gastroparesis & Constipation

Video: Preview the New Edition of Eating for Gastroparesis

Posted in: Diet, Nutrition ♦ Tuesday, September 30th, 2014, 4:32 pm ♦ Comments Off

For more info or to your order copy, visit All of the recipes in this book are gastroparesis-friendly. The vast majority are low-FODMAP, gluten-free, and dairy-free, as well. You’ll also find grain-free, vegetarian, vegan, and allergy-friendly recipes. All based on whole food nutrition. Recipes include:  Baked breakfast Sausage Gluten-Free Waffles Spinach & Egg Breakfast…
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Free Class: Gastroparesis 101

Posted in: Treatment ♦ Monday, September 29th, 2014, 10:15 am ♦ Comments Off

I’ve been coaching others with gastroparesis for nearly five years and I’m still surprised by how much misinformation surrounds this condition.  These common misconceptions, half-truths, and outdated ideas often increase stress and anxiety, and result in missed opportunities for symptom management and improved quality of life. If you’re even a little bit confused about any aspect of diagnosing…
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Recipe: Blueberry Gel-O

Posted in: Nutrition, Recipes ♦ Saturday, August 2nd, 2014, 12:40 pm ♦ 6 Comments

For the past 36 hours, I’ve been existing mostly on bone broth and this homemade blueberry “jello.” It has nothing to do with gastroparesis (I have a mild case of pancreatitis) but I remember being on this regimen rather frequently at one point, either in preparation for testing or in an attempt to calm a…
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