Do you ever wish someone could help you figure out the right nutrition plan for managing your Crohn’s or Ulcerative Colitis symptoms?

Do you want to stop guessing about nutrition, and find the foods that work for you?

Maybe you’re confused by all the contradictory information you see online.

Or you’d like to figure out what the scientists are discovering about IBD, but you don’t know where you go to find reliable information.

You might feel worn out from trying to keep up with all the different diets (SCD, Keto, Paleo, Low FODMAP, MRT, etc.).

You could be having trouble figuring out what foods are helpful, and which ones to avoid – or perhaps you’ve restricted your diet so much that you can hardly eat anything at all.

You know you could make peace with food and reclaim the freedom you’ve been missing – if someone could just walk you through the process and give you the latest research.

You’re not alone. A lot of people like you just need a little guidance, support, and direction to find the right nutrition plan to support their IBD treatment.

That’s why I’ve created a brand new group program specifically for IBD patients

who want the latest research and need some help finding the right nutrition plan for optimal digestive health.

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IBD Remission Is Possible.

It is possible to create a nutrition plan that helps you achieve remission and stay symptom-free longer. You can figure out a long-term nutrition solution that complements your medical treatment plan and helps you manage your day-to-day IBD symptoms.

It’s also 100% possible to expand your diet so you don’t feel so restricted, and choose meal plans that don’t feel overwhelming.

I can give you an evidence-based approach that gives you a clear plan for what to put on your plate to help you reduce your symptoms and take control of your health.

Hi, We are the

Crohn’s and Colitis Dietitians™

Hi I’m Ashley Hurst and I lead this group program alongside my team- Taryn Mattern and Christa Smith. We have a private practice where we serve many Crohn’s and Colitis patients and those living with other painful digestive conditions.

I’ve created this group program specifically for IBD patients seeking a place to start. After my diagnosis, I felt confused and disappointed by my limited treatment options – so I dedicated the next 10 years to learning everything I could about managing IBD symptoms with nutrition.

As a team, we have had the privilege of working with hundreds of patients with digestive challenges, and we have seen the incredible transformations that are possible for people with IBD.

In our current practice, we primarily work one-on-one with patients – but now I want to bring this evidence-based approach to more people, in an affordable group coaching format.

That’s why I’ve created this group program.

Introducing Crohn’s & Colitis Remission Blueprint

Crohn’s & Colitis Remission Blueprint (CCBR) is a program that combines-

2 Hours of 1:1 support

Weekly short step-by-step online lessons

Live group Q&A

This program is designed to give you the latest research on IBD and nutrition in a user-friendly format, so you can find out what dietary protocols really work for Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis. 

You get the information you need, without getting overwhelmed by conflicting opinions online.

With the online learning modules, meal plans, and customized support, you’ll have everything you need to get into remission and stay there longer.

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Here’s How It Works:

Each week for 3 months, you’ll receive a set of video lessons, recipes, meal plans handouts, and other resources to help you relieve your digestive symptoms. You can view the lessons on any computer or mobile device, and the course will present the latest research in manageable chunks.

You’ll get 2 one hour individual consultations as well to help customize what you are learning to what’s most relevant to you.

Don’t have time to keep up with the lessons week by week? Don’t worry! You’ll get long term access to all the handouts, meal plans etc, so you can also work at your own pace if you need to.

Week 1: Foundations of Nutrition for IBD

In week one, we’ll cover:

  • The potential causes of IBD
  • How food and environment affect IBD symptoms and why food matters
  • How you can control your symptoms long term with nutrition
Week 2: Influences on Your Gut Microbiome

In our second week, we’ll explore:

  • The latest research on food risk factors
  • What the best dietary approach is and why
  • Food approaches that can help decrease inflammation
  • How to figure out exactly what to eat and what foods you should avoid
You’ll also get a step-by-step meal plan template you can use right away to implement what you’re learning.
Week 3: Your Gut Microbiome and the Food You Eat

Understanding the interaction between the foods you eat and your gut microbiome is a critical part of managing IBD. In week three of our course, you’ll find out what the latest research says about:

  • Understanding the helpful and not-so-helpful microbes
  • How IBD changes your gut microbiome, and why those changes are important
  • Food risk factors: what to avoid, and why. Important risk factors for IBD 
  • New guidelines for most inflammatory foods you should avoid, and why
Week 4: A Deep Dive Into Dietary Approaches

In week four, you’ll get the latest research on food risk factors, so you can figure out the best dietary approach for you. You’ll learn: 

  • What you can eat to support your microbiome 
  • The food approaches that can help decrease inflammation
  • How to evaluate dietary approaches like the Specific Carbohydrate, FODMAP, MRT, Elimination, and Semi-Vegetarian Diets
Week 5: Implementation & Catch Up Week

We use this week as a catch up week or opportunity to ask questions in the live Q&A’s

Week 6: Understanding Your Digestive Tract

In our sixth week, you will learn:

  • How each part of your digestive system works in your body, and why each part is critical to your healing process
  • How every section of your digestive system facilitates proper absorption of nutrition – from your mouth to your large intestine
  • Stool and stool pattern. Understanding Diarrhea and Constipation. Not everything is bad. Range of normal stool
  • How to make small changes to your diet that make a big difference
  • Eating for nourishment and enjoyment
  • Expanding the diet, eating the rainbow, and finding food “upgrades”
Week 7: Supplementing Strategies for IBD

Supplements can help you achieve remission and stay symptom-free longer! In week seven, you’ll get:

  • The latest research on which supplements work and which ones to avoid
  • Information on specific supplements like anti-inflammatories, curcumin, boswellia, fish oil, and wheatgrass
  • The foundations for building a supplement plan that supports your long-term digestive health
Week 8: Prebiotics and Probiotics

In our eighth week, you’ll learn:

  • The differences between prebiotics, probiotics, synbiotics, and postbiotics
  • How specific probiotic and prebiotic supplements can ease your IBD symptoms
  • The 10 biggest myths about probiotics, and why they’re misconceptions
  • Exactly how to choose the right probiotics and prebiotics for your situation
Week 10: How to Support Your Recovery with Lifestyle Approaches

In week ten, you’ll learn about how lifestyle approaches can help you control IBD symptoms. We’ll explore:

  • How to navigate and remedy the common nutritional deficiencies Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis patients experience
  • The mind-body connection with IBD, and how you can include meditation, mindfulness, movement, visualization, and intuitive eating as part of your wellness plan
  • The impact of stress on your gut, and how you can make adjustments to minimize stress levels when you’re in a remission and when you’re experiencing a flare
  • How you can navigate restaurants, social dining, and travel when you have IBD
Week 11: How to Bring Everything Together

In this important module, we’ll integrate everything and create a clear plan for moving forward. You’ll learn:

  • The simple steps you can implement right away to start feeling better
  • How to find the right evidence-based solutions for your specific situation
  • How to put together a helpful and supportive care team (including tips for working with a dietitian specialist)
  • How to create more space for things that bring you joy & find peace with food and your body.
Week 12: Special Topics and Resources for You
  • The eternal question – how much water do I really need to drink?
  • How to tell if you’re really in remission, and what to do if you’re in remission but still experiencing symptoms
  • How to manage flares when they happen so you minimize their impact on your life
  • Guest speaker! A sports dietician will give you ideas for pre- and post-workout meals for IBD, and teach you how to navigate workout

One-on-one Guidance

Everyone’s health situation is different, so it’s critical that you get advice that is customized just for you. 

When you join Crohn’s & Colitis Remission Blueprint, you’ll get two 60-minute virtual sessions with me. During those sessions, we’ll create a plan for you, then follow up and figure out next steps.

Group Q&A Sessions

During the course, you’ll get three opportunities to join live Q&A sessions with me and your classmates, so you can get your questions answered and learn how to apply what you’re learning about the latest nutrition research.

Can’t attend live? That’s no problem. You can submit your questions in advance, and get access to recordings of the live calls.

Meal Plans and Handouts

Right from the beginning of the course, you’ll get step-by-step meal plans and helpful handouts that help you implement an ideal diet for achieving remission. You won’t have to guess about what to eat, because you’ll have delicious meals planned out in a day-by-day calendar.

Money Back Guarantee

I’m so confident you’ll love this course and all of the practical implementation that I’m happy to refund you for the course if after the first 10 days you feel like it’s not for you. I’ve created this course to be a comprehensive and complete guide to Nutrition for IBD but I do recognize that it’s not for everyone.

Hear from other group program participants…

Will & Karen

What I’ve liked most about this program is being able to have all of the answers I need all in one place. As a mom, I was concerned for my son and using forums and google searches to get the information I needed which I knew wasn’t the best. Now instead of guessing, I feel we have a solid nutrition plan in place and the tools we need to get through the ups and downs of IBD. I feel much more confident in my sons (Will) food choices & nutrition plan. 

Randi

I had been in a flare for over 12 years and didn’t know what remission was like, after 3 months with Ashley I’m finally in remission! I can honestly say that she has changed my life! I was very hesitant to try out what I thought would be more generic advice at but I was pleasantly surprised. She doesn’t judge your case based on someone else’s and she truly listens to you. I HIGHLY recommend her, especially if you have IBD, Crohn’s or Colitis!

Becky 

I don’t think I’ll ever go without the support of a Dietitian after working through this program. I learned about which supplements were most effective and was able to cut back on non-essential things I was taking. I’ve noticed a big reduction in my gut symptoms and even joint pain after incorporating what I learned. I enjoyed how concise and seamless the process was. I honestly wish I would have had access to this program sooner!