Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EOE) is a chronic allergic condition that occurs in the esophagus, with diagnoses on the rise in recent years. That’s why we asked registered dietitian, Amanda Lynett, to share her expertise on treating EoE with elimination diet therapy. Amanda gives her input on how to approach elimination diets safely, and an inside look at her course designed to help patients navigate the ins and outs of EoE food triggers in everyday life. Check out Amanda’s course here: education.giondemand.com
Amanda Lynett is a GI specialized Registered Dietitian. Amanda is passionate about helping individuals build a healthy relationship with food while reducing symptoms with evidence-based medical nutrition therapy for a variety of digestive health conditions.
Amanda is a Michigan-based consultant for GI on DEMAND and works full-time as an outpatient dietitian at Michigan Medicine with the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. She is also co-director for an annual GI nutrition training program called FOOD: The Main Course to Digestive Health. Education & Training: BS in Nutrition Sciences and Dietetics from Michigan State University. Delta State University Dietetic Internship. Currently in the process of completing her MS in Nutrition and Dietetics from Central Michigan University.