Diet and Nutrition for Abdominal Adhesions

For a long time, this topic of diet and nutrition has been my achilles heel – especially when it comes to abdominal adhesions and other abdominal distress.

Over the years, it has become so clear to me that the way that diet and nutrition affect people is deeply individual.  There is no one-size-fits-all.

For most who experience:

  • bowel obstructions
  • debilitating gas pains
  • chronic constipation or loose stool
  • and many other digestive-related disturbances

diet and nutrition are issues that loom large.

Over the years, I have had many people ask me about diet recommendations, especially when it comes to liquid diets, how to come off of a liquid diet, etc.

Now, I am so excited to offer this interview with Lila Ojeda of LO Solutions in Portland, OR (she is able to work with clients remotely if you don’t live in the area).  Lila is a Registered Dietician Nutritionist and has over a decade of experience offering high-quality programs to help people to get diet on their side.

This interview with Lila left me with a lot of hope and inspiration.  It was so wonderful to hear about some easier ways to find the right solutions for each individual situation without breaking the bank, and without so much drawn-out trial and error.

I hope the interview leaves you with lots of hope and curiosity, too!

Isabel Spradlin is an LMT in Portland, OR who specializes in pre- and post-surgical abdominal care.  Tools, techniques and more information about natural treatment of abdominal adhesions and other abdominal distress can be found at

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Isabel Spradlin
Isabel Spradlin
Isabel Spradlin is a Registered Nurse (RN), Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT), and abdominal adhesion specialist in Portland, OR. She specializes in educating people about manual treatment (massage) for abdominal pain and dysfunction, especially when it is adhesion related. Please see the "Programs" page to see her offerings.

2 thoughts on “Diet and Nutrition for Abdominal Adhesions”

    • Hi “other” Isa 😉 I took a look at your site and it’s lovely. Sounds like you’ve been through a lot! I’m sure many people here can relate to your story around the surgeries and being compelled to slow down during a long recovery. I hope whatever you decide about your upcoming surgeries/procedures turn out well! All best, Iz


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