Exploring the links between nutrition and Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) affects more than one-in-twenty people worldwide.
It occurs in populations all over the planet and it can be debilitating.
But what role can food, diet, and nutrition play in managing IBS flare ups?
The causes of IBS are not currently well understood, which makes managing it very difficult for sufferers.
There is a lot of research underway into the role diet and nutrition can play in managing the condition though.
So, in this episode of the Food Matters Live podcast, we look in detail at which foods might cause flare-ups, the foods you should eat and those you should avoid, and we look at nutrition and lifestyle strategies for dealing with IBS.
Monika Bettney, Founder, MB Dietetics
Monika is a Registered Dietitian with over 10 years of experience in nutrition counselling and education and the founder of MB Dietetics.
It is a Women’s Health and Fertility Nutrition Clinic which is dedicated to helping women take control of their health and nurture a positive relationship with food.
Helping women achieve their optimum health goals has always been a passion of Monika’s together with nurturing a good relationship with food and their bodies.
She works together with a team of trusted health and wellness professionals to ensure that every woman she consults benefits from the full range of appropriate treatments available.
Together they provide an evidence-based, honest and compassionate approach to health and wellness.