Digestive (Gut) Disorders
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Are you struggling with IBS or symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, constipation or diarrhoea?
Have you been diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease and don’t know what to eat?
Or perhaps you’re struggling to understand if you’ve got a food intolerance?
You may feel isolated, stressed, and confused about eating with your symptoms?
We can help you
You can rest assured knowing the advice you receive
is supported by robust scientific evidence.
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Conditions We Can Help you With
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn’s, Ulcerative Colitis, Microscopic Colitis)
Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)
Constipation / Diarrhoea
Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency & Enzyme Replacement Therapy
Bile Acid Malabsorption
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
It’s thought that around 1 in 20 of the UK population has IBS.
If you have IBS diagnosed, you may have been recommended the Low FODMAP diet, which is a therapeutic diet for the treatment of IBS and can be very effective at getting things under control.
However, the low FODMAP diet is not the first thing that we usually recommend to our clients, as there’s often many other diet and non-diet strategies that we can implement to significantly improve symptoms without the need for dietary restriction. However, if the low FODMAP diet is indicated then rest assured we’re qualified to be able to support you through the 3 phases of the diet.
You may not have a diagnosis of IBS yet, and if that’s the case, during our assessment we discuss how the condition is diagnosed and what tests are required to rule out other conditions before a diagnosis of IBS is made. We can arrange those necessary tests for you via your NHS GP, or privately if you prefer.
Hazel and Jo are our IBS specialist dietitians.
You can book individual consultations. Alternatively, choose our package of 3 appointments, which is ideal for the IBS client and saves you 10%.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
IBD includes Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative Colitis and Microscopic Colitis.
It is a lifelong condition which causes inflammation in the intestines and which is very different to Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
The role of diet and nutrition is an important part of managing symptoms and we work with you to provide individualised dietary recommendations in line with the latest evidence. Working with a dietitian can provide symptom relief as well as ensuring you’re getting all the nutrients you need. Where possible, we will coordinate with your IBD team to provide a multidisciplinary approach to your care.
Hazel is our IBD expert dietitian, having worked in research at Kings College London and who has 3 paper published on the topic.
What you can expect in a 1:1 session:
- Video consultation up to 60 minutes
- Evidence-based advice focussed on your specific symptoms and dietary preferences
- Guidance and support with the Low FODMAP Diet if this is appropriate for you
- Supplement recommendations, where appropriate
- Holistic advice that discusses sleep, movement and the gut-brain connection
- A detailed report summarising your discussion and agreed plan
- If necessary, and only with your consent, your dietitian will liaise with your gastroenterologist and/or GP about your treatment plan
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