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Probiotic and prebiotic foods including kimchi, kombucha, cheese, yogurt and digestive tract

Gut Health Nutritionist & Dietitian

A healthy gut is the foundation of good health. Our dietitians & nutritionists guide and support you, helping you manage digestive symptoms and reach optimal digestive wellbeing with ease.


Man in white t-shirt standing with hands on belly experiencing abdominal pain

Abdominal Pain

Women in grey t-shirt standing experiencing bloating with hand on belly and chest


Poo Plush - smilling

Constipation & Diarrhea

A woman turning away food due to a food intolerance

Food Intolerance

How Can a Gut Health Dietitian Help?

  • Personalized Nutrition Care: Tailoring nutrition to your unique gut biome and digestive needs.

  • Symptom Management: Assist in managing symptoms like bloating, constipation, or diarrhea through dietary strategies.

  • Nutrient Optimization: Ensure you’re absorbing the nutrients your body needs.

  • Food Intolerance & Allergy Management: Identifying and managing adverse reactions to foods.

  • Probiotic & Supplement Guidance: Recommending suitable supplements to foster a healthy gut.

Digestive Health Problems & Diseases We Help Manage:

Our gut health nutritionists provide management of digestive concerns and diseases. Digestive health management requires tailored and practical strategies that fit into your lifestyle. 

  • Acid Reflux & Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD): Developing dietary strategies to manage and mitigate reflux.

  • Bloating: Formulation of dietary strategies focusing on food choices and eating habits to alleviate and prevent bloating.

  • Constipation: Implementing dietary changes that prioritize enhancing fibre intake, fluid consumption, and specific foods to foster regular bowel movements.

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): Management through identifying trigger foods and the LOW FODMAP diet.

  • Celiac Disease/Gluten Intolerance: Ensuring adherence to a gluten-free diet while correcting and preventing nutrient deficiencies.

  • Diarrhea: Establishing and adhering to dietary modifications to stabilize digestion and manage symptoms.

  • Diverticular Disease: Employing  fibre management and strategic food avoidance to effectively control symptoms and prevent future flare-ups.

  • Hemorrhoids: Implementing a diet rich in insoluble fibre and maintaining optimal hydration to support digestive regularity.

  • Indigestion: Tailored eating strategies to mitigate indigestion.

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD): Navigating through Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis with nutritional planning.

Importance of a Healthy Digestive System

Your gut is often referred to as your 'second brain' and plays a pivotal role in not only digesting food but also in regulating your overall well-being.

✔ Healthy Immune System: 70% of our immune cells reside in the gut!

✔ Mood & Mental Health: Your gut produces a significant amount of serotonin, a key mood regulator.

✔ Digestive Efficiency: Ensuring nutrients are absorbed with regular and healthy bowel movements.

✔ Brain Health: Via the gut-brain axis, a healthy gut communicates with the brain, influencing cognitive function, memory, and even the risk of neurodegenerative diseases.

✔ Skin Health: A myriad of skin conditions, including acne, eczema, and psoriasis, have been linked to gut health through what's often referred to as the "gut-skin axis".

✔ Chronic Disease Prevention: A balanced gut microbiome may help reduce inflammation and prevent the onset of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.

✔ Overall Well-being: A happy gut often signals overall health and vitality.

Probiotic foods: kombucha, garlic, cheese, kimchion on white counter

Helpful Resources for Gut Health

How Your Gut Health Affects Your Whole Body

The Microbiome

The Gut-Brain Connection 

How Nutrition Can Support Gut Health and the Immune System

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