This special podcast is part of the Ostomy Observations Series, a brand-new 6-part series that is included in the “Educating Today for Exceptional Outcomes Tomorrow” Program and is commercially supported through an educational grant from Hollister Incorporated.
On this month’s episode we sit down with Parul Kharod, MS, RD, LDN, to discuss various cultural dietary practices and dietary information for patients with an ileostomy.
Parul is a registered dietician and licensed nutritionist working as a clinical dietician in outpatient nutrition services at WakeMed Hospital in Raleigh, NC. She specializes in autoimmune diseases, GI issues and intolerances, diabetes, and kidney diseases. She has lived in India, Africa, France, and various states in the US, which has given her a unique perspective on cultural food habits and nutrition.
This podcast is part of the Ostomy Observations Podcast Series, a brand-new 6-part series that is included in the “Educating Today for Exceptional Outcomes Tomorrow” Program. Both the podcast series and the Educating Today for Exceptional Outcomes Tomorrow Program are commercially supported through an educational grant from Hollister Incorporated. For additional information, please visit: wocn.org/exceptionaloutcomes. The WOCN® Society does not endorse or support products or services.
United Ostomy Associations Of America, Inc. (UOAA) Comprehensive Nutrition Guide for Those Living with an Ostomy: https://www.ostomy.org/diet-nutrition/
American Gastroenterological Association GI Patient Center:
Research-based Vegetarian Diet Resources by Registered Dietitians:
American College of Lifestyle Medicine: https://lifestylemedicine.org/patient/
Contact Hours: 1.0
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