Plant-Based Dietitians for Inflammatory Issues

Managing inflammation resulting from autoimmune conditions can be uncomfortable and exhausting. Consult with our plant-based dietitians for customized assistance in effectively managing these conditions

Some of the Autoimmune Inflammatory Conditions Our Plant-Based Dietitians Can Help You With:

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE)
  • Gout
  • Psoriasis/psoriatic arthritis
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Addison’s disease
  • Graves’ disease
  • Sjögren’s disease
  • Hashimoto’s thyroiditis
  • Celiac disease
  • Myasthenia gravis
  • Inflammatory bowel disease

Plant-Based Nutrition for Inflammatory Conditions

Seeking guidance from certified plant-based dietitians and nutritionists can be incredibly beneficial if you are dealing with inflammatory health issues. Making appropriate dietary choices and lifestyle adjustments can play a significant role in effectively managing inflammation and improving your overall quality of life.

Nutrition Education & Knowledge

Inflammatory trigger foods are becoming increasingly prevalent in our modern diets. Our team of certified nutritionists can collaborate with you to pinpoint specific trigger foods, and explore suitable alternatives. Our team can also dispel common misconceptions, and offer tailored nutritional guidance based on your individual circumstances.

Plant-Based Personalized Meal Plan

Each person’s experience with inflammatory conditions like arthritis is unique, and individual food preferences and triggers can differ significantly. Plant-based dietitians excel at crafting personalized meal plans to match your specific goals and preferences. This meal plan can effectively address anti-inflammatory food selections and managing weight, whether your goal is weight loss or weight gain.

Empowerment to Take Control of Your Health

You can take charge of your health with our Registered Dietitians and Nutritionists. They will help you gain knowledge about food labels, cooking methods, grocery shopping, meal preparation, and non-judgemental lifestyle advice. These skills will complement dietary changes for more effective management of inflammatory conditions.

What to Expect in Your Sessions With Our Dietitians – Inflammatory Conditions:

Embarking on your journey with a dietitian can bring numerous benefits and enhance your overall well-being. Our team can provide the support needed to keep you motivated and alleviate the burden of creating and adhering to a customized diet plan.

  • Tailored balanced meal plan for your specific needs
  • Identification of trigger foods that worsen your symptoms
  • Recommendation of anti-inflammatory food choices
  • Recommended amounts of calories, macros, and portion sizes
  • Strategies for achieving healthy weight loss if needed
  • New recipes based on your dietary preferences and needs
  • Improved meal preparation and cooking techniques
  • Vitamins & minerals recommendations
  • Supplement recommendations
  • Symptoms management strategies
  • Healthy habits for optimal health
  • Get answers to all your questions
  • Support and accountability
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About Plant-Based Dietitians

Vegetarian/Vegan Dietitians for Inflammatory Conditions

Living with autoimmune and inflammatory diseases presents its challenges, but we’re here to support you in gaining better control over your symptoms. Our team of plant-based dietitians and nutritionists is dedicated to helping you enhance your quality of life.

Benefits of working with us, plant-based dietitians, when you have inflammatory conditions:

  • Healthy and sustainable weight loss when needed
  • Pro and anti-inflammatory foods and food groups
  • Specific food triggers for you
  • More energy
  • Symptoms management
  • Meeting your nutrient requirements
  • Prevention of nutrient deficiencies that may result from medication usage or health conditions impeding absorption.
  • Better meal preparation
  • Improved cooking capabilities
  • Analysis of food labels
  • Consistency and motivation
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Initial Assessment (1h)


  • Setting expectations & goals
  • Analysis of your medical history (required)
  • Analysis of intake
  • Building a strategy
  • Practical tips, recommendations & recipes
  • Answering any questions
  • Personalized meal plan or menu
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Initial Assessment + Meal Plan (2hrs)


  • Setting expectations & goals
  • Analysis of your medical history (required)
  • Analysis of intake
  • Building a strategy
  • Practical tips, recommendations & recipes
  • Answering any questions
  • Personalized meal plan or menu
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Packages (2hrs+)


  • Customizable Packages
  • Package can be determined in initial assessment
  • Hours and half-hours available
  • 5% discount on 4 sessions
  • 10% discount on 8 sessions
  • 15% discount on 12 sessions
  • 20% discount on 16 sessions
  • Payment plan available
  • Sessions expire within a year
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Follow ups (30 min)


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How it works

The process is simple

There are two ways to get started:

  • Option 1 – Direct booking: Review the biographies, services, and pricing/packages. Access the schedule by clicking on the link below and book directly with your plant-based dietitian/nutritionist.
  • Option 2 – Discovery call: Book a 5-20 min free discovery call (phone or Zoom) with your Plant-Based dietitian. They will answer your questions and get you started on your journey.
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FAQs about plant-based nutrition and autoimmune/inflammatory diseases

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can a plant-based diet cause inflammation?

    A plant-based diet typically reduces many inflammation triggers. However, an unbalanced or poorly planned plant-based (vegan/vegetarian) diet can still lead to inflammation due to specific dietary choices. General inflammatory triggers include processed foods, sodas, and unhealthy fats.

    Reach out to our plant-based dietitians for guidance in creating an anti-inflammatory plant-based diet plan tailored to your needs and situation.

  • What are the 10 worst foods for inflammation?

    Inflammatory food triggers may differ among individuals, but some foods are universally discouraged. These foods include saturated fat, trans fats, refined sugars, deep-fried foods, sugary beverages, deli meats, artificial sweeteners, processed foods, and refined carbs. These items are calorie-dense and nutrient-poor.

  • Is eating vegan anti-inflammatory?

    Studies comparing the Western diet with dietary patterns rich in fruits and vegetables have consistently shown that individuals following a Western diet tend to have higher levels of certain inflammatory markers in their blood. In contrast, plant-based diets have been associated with lower inflammatory markers, as well as improvements in cholesterol levels and blood pressure.

  • What natural foods cause inflammation?

    In addition to processed meats, refined sugars, and grains, foods high in saturated fats, such as milk, cheese, and butter, are considered inflammatory. Fortunately, plant-based diets are typically low in saturated fats, with the exception of certain oils like coconut and palm oil.

  • Can too many vegetables cause inflammation?

    Excessive vegetable consumption does not typically lead to inflammation; in fact, it’s quite the opposite. Research has shown that consuming vegetables is associated with lower levels of pro-inflammatory biomarkers. Vegetables are rich in fiber and antioxidants, essential components of anti-inflammatory diets.

  • Does Beyond Meat cause inflammation?

    Healthy plant-based diets, rich in whole foods, fruits, veggies, healthy fats, plant proteins, and complex carbs, are known to benefit health and reduce inflammation. However, processed vegan meats like Beyond Meat are considered pro-inflammatory, as confirmed by a study that found they didn’t significantly reduce inflammation.

    Do you find it challenging to fulfill your protein requirements on a plant-based diet? Our dietitians can assist you in maximizing your protein intake with customized plant-based meal plans.

  • What are the 5 classic signs of inflammation?

    Indeed, classic signs of inflammation encompass swelling, puffiness, redness, pain, and heat. However, it’s essential to note that signs and symptoms can vary among individuals depending on factors such as the specific inflammatory condition and the degree of inflammation involved.

  • How do you calm inflammation in your body?

    Improving your diet and lifestyle can have a substantial impact on inflammation management. Strategies like quitting smoking, limiting alcohol consumption, avoiding pro-inflammatory foods, exercising, sleeping well, and reducing stress are all habits that can be beneficial. It’s important to note that there’s no one-size-fits-all magic solution; instead, a combination of these practices can be effective in managing inflammation.

  • What are the six foods that fight inflammation?

    Key food groups that can be beneficial for managing inflammation include fruits, vegetables, monounsaturated and omega-3 fats, beans and lentils, whole grains, and whole soy foods. Plant-based diets offer a wide range of options within these food groups. For guidance in creating a healthy and anti-inflammatory meal plan, consult with our registered dietitians specializing in plant-based nutrition.

  • Is coffee an inflammatory drink?

    Research suggests that coffee possesses antioxidant properties and can be considered anti-inflammatory. In general, coffee is not typically associated with promoting inflammation. However, it’s important to recognize that individual responses to coffee can vary, and some individuals may find that it triggers inflammation in their specific cases.

  • Does lemon water help with inflammation?

    Yes, lemon water helps with inflammation!

    Lemons are a rich source of vitamin C, which is known for its antioxidant properties. Additionally, citrus fruits, including lemons, contain compounds called flavonoids. Both antioxidants and flavonoids have anti-inflammatory properties, making citrus fruits like lemons beneficial for combating inflammation.

  • What can I drink at night to reduce inflammation?

    High quality teas has been shown to reduce inflammation. You can include tea to your daily routine.

    You can also refer to our dieticians for more ideas about tonics and drinks that are high in anti-inflammatory properties.

  • Can anything reverse autoimmune diseases?

    In most cases, there is no cure for autoimmune diseases. However, there are steps you can take to manage the symptoms and enhance your quality of life, such as focusing on improving your diet and lifestyle.

  • Can fasting help with autoimmune diseases?

    Certain research indicates that fasting may have potential benefits for reducing inflammation often linked to autoimmune diseases. However, it’s crucial to approach fasting in a safe and healthy manner, ensuring you meet your nutritional requirements and avoid deficiencies. Plant-based registered dietitians and nutritionists can assist you in determining if fasting is a suitable option for you and provide guidance throughout the process.

  • Do I need to take supplements if I have an autoimmune inflammatory disease?

    To fulfill your nutrient needs, you might consider using supplements. Certain autoimmune and inflammatory conditions can hinder nutrient absorption, potentially leading to deficiencies. Factors influencing your supplement requirement include your food intake, degree of inflammation, and medications.

    It’s advisable to seek guidance from a healthcare professional before initiating any supplementation.

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