NewYork-Presbyterian

Food Marble: Virtual Program

Identifying Food Intolerances Using the FoodMarble MedAIRE Device

What is Food Marble? It's a new, validated device that can measure your hydrogen and methane levels after meals to see how fermentation may be contributing to your symptoms. If you struggle with persistent bloating along with other symptoms of IBS, this new tool may be the key to understanding your dietary triggers.

Join us for a 4-week telehealth series led by Dr. Abdullah and Beth McDonald, RD. This program is considered a shared medical appointment.

Program overview:

Session 1: May 23

  • Introduction to Food Marble app, tracking data and understanding food intolerances

  • Discussing techniques for optimal digestion

Session 2: May 30

  • Review of interpretation of data for: 

    • Lactose

    • Sorbitol

  • The role of stress on digestion

  • The Gut-Brain Axis

Session 3: June 6

  • Review of interpretation of data for: 

    Fructose
    • Inulin

  • The role of sleep on digestion 

Session 4: June 13

  • Q&A

  • Maintenance plan

  • Strategy for food reintroductions

  • Strategy for symptoms control

Please email Mary Acosta, maa2337@med.cornell.edu to register. Once you are registered, the FoodMarble MedAIRE device will be ordered for you and mailed to your address.

Registration deadline: May 17, 2024. You must have the device for Session 1 on May 23rd

Dial-In Information

To sign up, please email Mary Acosta at maa2337@med.cornell.edu

Thursday, June 13 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Virtual Event