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Intermittent Fasting

Details: This typically occurs after 8-16 hours without eating. Hence people try to use fasting as a method of weight loss or altering body composition. However, others are also using this way of eating in the hopes of managing conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and improving longevity. Time-restricted feeding.

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Nutritional Requirements in Babies

Details: An 11 month old weighing 8.7 kg requires: 1,044 mls of fluid per day. 626 calories per day. 9.57-13.92 grams of protein per day. *** Remember, if a dietitian is seeing a baby it’s because there is a concern of some sort, so we do look at numbers in a little more detail. ***.

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FODMAP Reintroduction Phase & Personalisation

Details: The low FODMAP diet contains 3-phases: Strict low FODMAP diet to induce symptom relief for 2-8 weeks. Reintroduction of certain high FODMAP foods to identify sensitivities to individual subgroups for 6-8 weeks. Personalisation of FODMAPs to enable long-term liberalisation of restrictions and to expand the diet.

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Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)

Details: Our dietitians at The Gut Health Clinic can help support you through the process, from referring you for breath testing (via reputable labs; beware of some online commercial products) to managing symptoms and optimising gut health. It is all based on the best available research on dietary management and targeting the gut-brain axis, which has

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Fluids: Which to Serve & Which to Swerve

Details: Here’s the lowdown on some fluids to serve, and some to swerve: Water: It’s a yes from us! Water is often overlooked in terms of value within gut health, we know that staying hydrated and drinking enough water is key. Squash: avoid those with added sweeteners as these can have a detrimental impact on the healthy bacteria within our gut.

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Calorie Counting

Details: Instead, we suggest finding health in a way that you enjoy – come and chat to me in clinic if you want support with any aspect of diet and weight management. Josie Porter. Josie is a registered dietitian, specialising in weight management, bariatric surgery, type 2 diabetes and women’s health. Josie has a wealth of experience working in

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The Gut Brain Axis

Details: Managing IBS holistically at The Gut Health Clinic. We always take a holistic approach here, considering not just diet, but also lifestyle and stressors. In some cases we wouldn’t jump to make dietary exclusions or changes at all (or perhaps very few), but instead focus on targeting the gut-brain axis through regular mindful meditation and

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Probiotics for IBS

Details: Take home. Probiotics can be a helpful addition to some IBS sufferers, after taking into consideration current diet and lifestyle. Here at The Gut Health Clinic, we rarely recommend probiotics as a standalone treatment. If you do want to trial a probiotic for 4-12 weeks, be sure to choose one which is evidence based and specific to your symptoms!

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Weight Management Packages

Details: Evidence suggests that using a temporary low-calorie diet with a structured re-introduction to balanced eating can help to reduce medications, risk factors for certain health conditions and support sustainable weight loss. This is an intervention that gets better results when followed with the supervision of an experienced dietitian.

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Digestive Enzymes for IBS

Details: Digestive enzymes are present naturally in the body, to help us break down food (proteins, fats, and carbohydrates) so it can be absorbed within the gut. Whilst digestive enzymes are found within our saliva (making it important to chew your food well to release these), most are produced within the pancreas. This means that any type of damage or

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Managing an IBS Flare

Details: Irritable bowel syndrome is thought to affect 7-21% of the world’s population, which we think is a very significant amount out of 7 billion people. At the Gut Health Clinic, we want to help as many people as possible manage their symptoms through evidence-based and dietitian-led nutritional care. We also work as a holistic team … Managing an IBS Flare Read More »

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Optimising Gut Health

Details: Optimising Gut Health. Improving the health of our gut is one of the most effective ways to enhance our overall health and wellbeing. Gut health relates to the workings of your entire gastrointestinal tract (the tube that delivers food from entry to exit). This involves the digestion and absorption of nutrients, the “leakiness” of our gut

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Prebiotics for IBS

Details: All of the team here are experts in this, and The Gut Health Clinic offers an IBS package which is perfect for getting your symptoms back on track. Josie Porter. Josie is a registered dietitian, specialising in weight management, bariatric surgery, type 2 diabetes and women’s health. Josie has a wealth of experience working in some of the top

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What is IBS, how it’s diagnosed, and

Details: Definition of IBS. Irritable bowel syndrome or IBS is an umbrella term used to describe a collection of gut symptoms including abdominal pain which is related to altered bowel habits, for which we cannot find a structural or organic cause. 1 in 7 people worldwide are thought to have IBS. This can be a frustrating diagnosis which has actually

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IBS and The Low FODMAP Diet

Details: A Low FODMAP diet is a short-term therapeutic diet for people with IBS, and is the only evidence-based diet in the treatment of IBS. This dietary approach has been shown to reduce pain, discomfort, bloating and distention and improve bowel habits and overall quality of life in IBS in 3 out of 4 people – proving it really can be effective!

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Peri-Menopause, Menopause and the Gut

Details: The menopause is a natural part of ageing and officially is said to occur when a woman has stopped periods for 12 consecutive months. In the UK, the average age for a woman to reach the menopause is around 51 years of age. Peri-menopause (the time leading up to the actual menopause) can last for many years.

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Tips To Help You Get Things Moving

Details: Here at the Gut Health Clinic, we can help to identify the cause of constipation and successfully treat it; as a result, improving your quality of life! Anna Pettit. Anna has over 12 years of experience working with clients in the NHS and privately in the UK and the Middle East. She is a specialist in the use of the low FODMAP diet in managing

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Vitamin D Supplementation: When, Where and How Much

Details: All year round supplementation with 10ug (400IU) per day is recommended for the following: those with certain medical conditions (e.g. coeliac disease, IBD, and diagnosed fat malabsorption) When it comes to the very little ones, the Department of Health recommends that babies from birth to 1 year old should have 8.5-10ug (340-400IU) daily

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5 Weight Management Programmes

Details: If you don’t think you have the space in your week, or you don’t feel that you’re at the right moment in time to consider those barriers to your weight loss, then now might not be the time. You can come back to this at a more appropriate time for you, and we’ll be here to help you.

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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS )

Details: The treatment for PCOS is a focus upon symptom management. This should include dietary and lifestyle factors in every case and often includes medications or in rare instances a surgical procedure. Medication may include tablets such as metformin, a medication also used in type 2 diabetes to help tackle insulin resistance.

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Marko Banovic, Author at The Gut Health Clinic

Details: Women’s Health: PCOS, endometriosis, fertility & pregnancy nutrition. Other gut issues. Leave a Comment / Expertise / By Marko Banovic. We understand that people with gut health issues may also have other conditions and we are qualified to manage these too e.g. diabetes, allergies, weight issues etc.

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The Candida Diet

Details: The Gut Health Clinic Breakdown. Generally speaking, the Candida Diet triggers our ‘red flag’ alert for being a diet that restricts whole foods/ food groups without credible data to back it up. We often hear individuals reporting their symptoms have improved following this type of diet. However, when we take a closer look, it may be other

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