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  1. I found a Monash approved dietitian because I really needed some help with my IBS (GI doctor doesn't have much to offer except a course of Xifaxam) . I agreed to do the food sensitivity blood test and stool testing at a cost of $1,000 because I was feeling desperate to get some relief from IBS-D. I missed something because I thought this was in conjunction with Monash Low FODMAPS, to refine what I can eat. Instead it was for the LEAP program that is based on the results of the blood test. Some of it doesn't match my real life experience. After today's session reviewing the stool test results, she gave me a treatment plan of supplements that I have never heard of that looks like it will cost $273 per month. There was a lot more than this but these are the highlights. Is LEAP a legitimate thing? HAs anyone in this forum tried it? I can't find anything on the internet or even in these forums. I kind of feel like Im being scammed with these supplements. I am sure I got an email from Fodmaps Everyday not too long before I got these tests but before I knew they were for LEAP, so I didn't save it. I am sure it said the blood tests are not accurate and did not recommend LEAP. But I have gone through my trash and can't find it, I am not proceeding with this until I can find out more about it and in any case I can't afford to spend $273 a month for supplements. But if anyone has found this is successful I might give the diet part a go. I hope someone has some helpful information. Thank you very much.
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