Irritable Bowel Syndrome Diet Guide
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There are many things that can affect your gut health. Factors like food sensitivities, your diet, stress, hormonal irregularities and taking medications.
Gut Health Explained
Your digestion is one of the most important mechanisms in the body. Digestion begins in the mouth and continues through the oesophagus, stomach, small intestine and the colon. The liver and pancreas also play a role by delivering essential enzymes and bile to break down food.
But did you know that a healthy digestion will improve your mood, your energy, skin, hair and nails and help you sleep better too?
If you struggle with indigestion, heartburn, reflux, IBS, bloating, gas, belching, constipation or diarrhoea, then something isn’t working properly in the digestive tract. Symptoms like these are a sign of gut imbalance and need identifying and repairing.
Your Gut Microbiome is key to your overall health. A healthy microbiome will provide you with a robust immune system, improved mental health, prevent food sensitivities and allergies, clearer skin and healthy joint function. Arthritis, acne, psoriasis, autoimmune conditions and fatigue are all part of a compromised digestive system.
When clients come to me with chronic health complaints, rather than focus on the condition, we restore and re-establish the health of the gut and its microbiome to provide a better foundation and improved ability to absorb and assimilate the essential nutrients that provide health and wellness to your body.
But, did you know that gut health affects your entire body? Your digestive system (GI tract) serves multiple roles in your body:
- Immune function
- Bowel regularity
- Digestion and absorption
- Brain health
- Overall wellness
- Quality of life