If You're Living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome or Irritable Bowel Disease, You Need Simple, Science-Backed Strategies So That

You Can Feel Better Starting Today


This Doctor-designed program is purpose-built to help you with exactly that.


I Already Know This is For Me

The information & ideas you need to manage IBD or IBS. Yours, or someone you care about.


Principles of Digestive Care: First Steps in Treating Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Irritable Bowel Disease

you'll learn:


A scientifically-proven path to understanding the nutritional aspects of living with IBD and IBS

What it looks like to eat when in a flare-up, eating while in transition to clinical remission, and how to eat while in clinical remission


That when it comes to activity, you have options. 

Not everyone has to run to be fit and healthy. Sometimes it is a much more conservative approach. Find out ways to move your body, which is important for the digestive tract, in a slow and easy manner as well as more intense movement.


How to fit relaxation & self-care into your life. Daily, weekly, and consistently.

Taking a break and participating in low-key but effective activities has been proven to be part of a healthy lifestyle.


Ways to steadily work all factors into your life.

Find out how the trifecta of gut health will accumulate over the next year and beyond.

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This program is for you if you are:


A newly diagnosed IBD patient, or someone who has IBD or IBS symptoms but is not yet tested/diagnosed, and patients with active or non-active symptoms of IBD and IBS.

A patient whose symptoms are not improving, or someone who wants to learn immediately actionable strategies so that their condition will not worsen.

Someone who wants information on IBD or IBS for another person, or a medical professional who does not specialize in diseases of the gut & needs to better understand IBD or IBS from a nutritional perspective.

Answers to your IBS & IBD questions. Even the ones you feel embarrassed to ask.

In This Comprehensive Course We'll Also Cover These Essentials: 

  • Traveling with IBS and IBD: How to enjoy your time away and worry-free ways to control your symptoms
  • Ideas for delicious foods you and your family can enjoy during times of discomfort and lifestyle strategies for long term health
  • Stress-Management Techniques: How to deal with anxiety before it triggers uncomfortable symptoms
Yes Dr. Lynnette, I'm In!

About Your Instructor:
Dr. Lynnette Orrick, DC, MS.

Dr. Orrick has a Master’s of Science degree in Applied Clinical Nutrition. 

After her rewarding career as a chiropractor, she saw the immediate need for a practical strategy to help reduce the symptoms of chronic diseases.  Dr. Orrick is versed in a wide array of nutritional concerns and disease management, with a special interest in helping patients create long-term wellness plans geared towards healthy eating patterns to avoid the pitfalls of chronic disease.   

Dr. Orrick has worked with many individuals in her private nutritional practice who suffer with the symptoms of the digestive tract. She often works as the lead or aboard a multi-disciplinary medical team to treat issues including IBS, IBD, liver disease, gallbladder and pancreatic disease, GERD, gastroparesis, and other chronic disease from a nutritional perspective.

Above all, Dr. Orrick has great respect for individuals who want to lead the best life they can with their personal diagnosis.  Nutrition and lifestyle are personal issues but there is a common denominator found when the goal is to reduce symptoms through good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle.

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Just imagine how would it feel to have:

  • An easy-to-follow strategy for reducing the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Irritable Bowel Disease.
  • Real options on foods, activities, and relaxing techniques you can use to feel & become more healthy every day.
  • A nutritional expert to show you the perfect way to start putting delicious meals together your body will love.

Here's What Others Are Saying...

"What I am eating now makes me feel better."

Dr. Orrick gave me the information I needed to get my symptoms under control. What I am eating now makes me feel better. Before, I did not know what to focus on in the grocery store, but now I do.  - JP

"I feel so much better. My energy level has increased tremendously."

Before finding Dr. Orrick I was feeling tired, bloated, lacked motivation about how to get started with a healthier lifestyle. I am now very motivated to continue on with my journey to improved health. - MT


The Principles of Digestive Care:

First Steps in Treating Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Irritable Bowel Disease Program

with Dr. Lynnette Orrick, DC, MS

Instant Access Available

What's inside:

The Five Modules in Detail...

-Module 1-

Human Anatomy of Irritable Bowel Disease

In the first module we will review the exact parts of the human anatomy that are included in the digestive system. This is a great starting point to learn about the location of Crohn’s and Colitis, the top two Irritable Bowel Disease as well as the area where IBS or Irritable Bowel Syndrome take place. We will also discuss common symptoms of IBD and IBS, who is at risk, and how to get diagnosed.

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In our nutrition module we will list out the foods to avoid when having a digestive flare-up. We will also name foods to eat while transitioning out of a flare-up and into clinical remission and finally what kind of eating plan to have while living in clinical remission.  Is there a specific diet for IBD and IBS? We’ll find out in module two. There is a wonderful example on creating a daily eating plan as well.  We will wrap up the module with up-to-date nutritional research and how it plays a part in digestive disease.

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The activity module is a fun one!  In this module we will look at how activity affects the gut. When exactly to exercise based on how you are feeling and specific activities to do inside the house and outside the house.  Tips on how to stay motivated to keep moving and the interesting research on how exercise affects chronic digestive issues.

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Self-Care and Mindset

In module four, we are picking out our favorite self-care ideas (yes, writing them down). And just to get you started there is a filled-out calendar with relaxing ideas to try as you fold self-care into your daily life. This module is wrapped up with interesting news on sleep and relaxation and how it relates to IBS and IBD.

-Module 5-


Module five brings nutrition, activity and self-care together to form a great strategy. You are given several different ways to goal set and a step-by-step roadmap to make sure it all comes together. This is a fun and easy way to create the healthy habits that turn into a healthy life. And it is all on one sheet of paper!

You'll learn exactly what to expect when going to see a specialized doctor

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Your Investment:

Principles of Digestive Care Program


One time payment

  • Comprehensive curriculum covering everything from basic anatomy to food, activity & wellness
  • 5 Live Q & A Sessions with Dr. Orrick
  • One page strategy planning sheet to easily see your yearly progress
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And You'll Also Receive These Bonuses


Gift With Purchase

  • Meal Prep 101: A simple and easy way to start your week out with delicious meals (PDF guide)
  • 1:1 Personal Feedback Session With Dr. Orrick over Zoom or by Phone
  • Dr. Orrick's most favorite breakfast oatmeal recipe with delicious photos ♡

Imagine having more energy during the day. It's possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

Disclaimer: THIS COURSE DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. The information, including but not limited to, text, graphics, images and other material contained in this program are for informational purposes only. No material on this site is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regimen, and never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read in this program.