Gut Health Month is your opportunity to…
… so you can feel better – from the inside out.
We’ve put together this e-book to help you navigate some of the nutrition basics behind a happy, healthy gut. We’ve also developed ten gut-loving, delicious, dietitian-approved recipes to work into your repertoire.
A healthy lifestyle is the best first step you can take towards healthier, happier insides. To give you a helping hand starting on your gut health journey, we list our four key pillars of good gut health
They’re often thought to mean the same thing, but Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) are very different things. Here, we walk you through the similarities and differences between IBS and IBD.
One of the easiest ways to check in with your gut is checking in with your poo … so, have a look in the loo! You don’t have to inspect every deposit, but make a habit of investigating once a month, or sooner if you’re experiencing gut issues.
The words ‘allergy’ and ‘intolerance’ are often used interchangeably when talking about food, but they refer to very different things.
Coeliac disease is an immune based condition in which the body responds abnormally to dietary gluten. This autoimmune reaction causes systemic inflammation and small bowel damage.
Constipation is one of the most common medical complaints in Australia. If you struggle to empty your bowels completely or open your bowels infrequently, you may be constipated. Constipation can lead to stomach discomfort, nausea and fatigue.
Learn more about Gut Health Month with Dr Joanna McMillan
Dr Joanna McMillan delves into foods to keep your gut fit
Learn more about bloating and how to manage it with Dr Joanna McMillan.
Dr Joanna McMillan explains who to see if you’re experiencing gut problems
Nicole Dynan discusses the difference between allergies and intolerances
Learn more about constipation and what causes it with Nicole Dynan
Nicole Dynan explains the difference between IBS and IBD
Nicole Dynan starts an important conversation around talking about poo
Nicole Dynan on Weekend Sunrise
Nicole Dynan and Dr Joanna McMillan on WIN News
Nicole Dynan and Dr Joanna McMillan on 7 NEWS
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For the best shot at pinpointing the cause/s and solution/s of your unique tummy problems, you should first seek advice from your doctor to rule out any underlying problems, and then see an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD). APDs are the only qualified nutrition experts that can provide individualised, science-backed advice to help manage common gut issues.
The content on this website is not, and is not intended to be, medical advice, which should be tailored to your individual circumstances. Content is for your information only, and we advise that you exercise your own judgment before deciding to use the information provided. Professional medical advice should be obtained before taking action.
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