Newtown Nutrition

Ph (02) 9517 9932
Newtown Nutrition Office Location:
Suite 2, Level 1, 333 King St, Newtown

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Funny tummy?   Bloated?   Pain in the gut?

For years doctors told us that the food you ate didn't affect your gut symptoms, but now we know that there are many foods, eating patterns and lifestyle factors which can influence your gut symptoms. There are so many wonder cures for IBS on the internet these days - but they all tell you to do different things! Confused? Despite what the internet tells you, there is no one magic cure for IBS. But there are lots of things that can help.

IBS is not one simple issue with one simple answer. There are lots of different symptoms and lots of different triggers, as well as lots of different diet and lifestyle strategies that can be helpful.

Our dietitians believe that there are many different food & lifestyle factors that can trigger IBS symptoms, our job is to work with you to help you identify which strategies are right for you.

We are experienced in a range of diets that can help IBS including low chemical elimination diets and low FODMAPs (fructose, lactose etc.) diets as well as lactose-free, wheat-free, gluten-free or dairy-free diets. We also look beyond food at how our stress affects gut symptoms, and balancing your gut bacteria to keep your gut healthy.

Chat with your dietitian to discuss how you can rule out the medical options for gut symptoms (including Coeliac Disease) before managing your symptoms. Take a look at our 'how can we help?' table to help you choose which dietitian will be best suited to your needs.

Also see our 'Towards a Happy GutIBS support package

Inquire or make an appointment today!
Ph (02) 9517 9932

Liz Beavis is now also conducting Skype consultations for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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