Nutrition is one of the most important aspects of your health, with the balance of your gut impacting the strength of your immune system, your energy levels, and the regularity of your bowel movements. If you’ve been suffering with IBS and poor gut health, having a nutritionist IBS expert on your side could be life changing.
What is IBS?
Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a common problem that affects your digestive system. Some of the symptoms of IBS include stomach pains and cramps, diarrhoea, constipation or even being a bit too gassy. There are many ways that you can lessen the impact of IBS on your bowels to the point that it isn’t impacting your daily life anymore.
Make the right changes
To a nutritionist, IBS is a relatively simple issue to solve. There are some fundamental dietary changes that you can make that start to impact the way that IBS affects your life. This includes trying probiotic yoghurts and making more homemade food from fresh ingredients Keeping a food diary to see if you can connect your symptoms with particular foods is also a good idea. If you can’t see a clear cause and effect or are not seeing an improvement, that’s when it can get confusing. An IBS nutritionist can help you streamline your diet and get results fast.
What about menopause?
When you reach menopause, your digestive system can struggle with even greater issues than before. Fluctuating hormones add another layer of complication to your bowels and can worsen your symptoms. An IBS nutritionist can help with this too, helping to make your symptoms more manageable with specific diet and lifestyle changes.
If you’re interested in talking to an experienced IBS nutritionist to help with your gut health, get in touch with Penny Crowther today. Email email@example.com or call 07761 768 754 to find out more about how we can help.