IBS Gut Health

Have you..

  • Been diagnosed with a digestive condition and are not sure where to begin when it comes to eating the right foods?
  • Have you been struggling for months or years with less-than-ideal digestion, but never figured out how to make it better?
  • Are you dealing with diarrhea, constipation, gas, fatigue, stomach cramping, or more?
  • Are you ready to make major shifts in the way you look at food (as medicine!) to begin to repair your gut and nourish your cells?
  • Are you ready to feel GOOD again?


You will learn more about food and your body than you ever thought possible. It’s amazing what our bodies tell us when we listen!

Bloating usually happens when the bacteria in your gut interacts with the food you eat to produce gas. This gas can build up and cause genuine and sometimes severe pain. Many of my clients find this can affect their daily life by causing discomfort and anxiety in social situations.


Bloating has a number of potential causes, but the most common ones are food intolerances and unbalanced levels of bacteria in your gut. The good news is that both of these can be easily tested for and treated – there’s no need to suffer in silence.

Step 1: Take a thorough case history

First we will discuss what has been going on so I can get a picture of all the symptoms you’ve been experiencing. We can start to see whether we can identify any patterns.

Step 2: Create a tailored nutritional therapy plan

Finally I will create a nutritional therapy programme specifically for you. You will learn which foods you should avoid, and the small changes you can make to restore your gut health for fast bloating relief.

Step 3: Rule out food intolerances or allergies

Depending on your circumstances this can be done using blood tests or via a food and symptom diary.

A number of things that could be causing your IBS, including:

  • Infection
  • Poor gallbladder function
  • Low pancreatic enzymes
  • Insufficient stomach acid
  • Presence of parasites
  • Malabsorption
  • Imbalance of gut bacteria
  • Inflammatory markers
  • Eating patterns


How can nutritional therapy help with bloating?

Nutritional therapy can provide fast bloating relief by investigating and uncovering the root cause of your bloating and treating it permanently. Together we’ll work through a process to get the answers you’re looking for and help you make positive changes to drastically improve your health.