Each month we will bring you the latest news which has caught our attention, regarding the Low FODMAP Diet, IBS and other gastrointestinal issues.
Bay’s Kitchen launches in Ocado in September!
This month we were soooo excited to tell you the news that we are launching in Ocado in September… and we are now only a few days away!! You will now be able to purchase our certified Low FODMAP sauces along with the rest of your groceries! And watch this space for new products being developed too….!
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5 Common “Gut-Friendly” Foods That Can Actually Trigger IBS
One of our top articles this month was around ‘gut-friendly’ foods which can actually trigger IBS!…. “Say the words ‘gut health’ and you’d be forgiven for rattling off things like kombucha and sauerkraut. Don’t get us wrong, whilst they certainly can assist with boosting the good bacteria in your gut and simultaneously help you de-bloat, in some people, they can actually have the opposite effect.”
Megan McKenna hit the headlines this month after she revealed her struggles with coeliac disease and IBS
Megan McKenna reveals her ‘skinny shaming’ heartbreak as she admits dire effects her health conditions have had on her weight.
The 25-year-old reality star has endured a long battle with coeliac disease and was recently diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), with both conditions prompting her weight to fluctuate.
Experts share their advice on how to diagnose Irritable Bowel Syndrome and manage the symptoms
An interesting read by Schär Registered Dietitian Katie Kennedy and Alison Reid, CEO of the national charity, The IBS Network. They provide information and advice on diagnosing and managing your Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
Interview with Kirsten Jackson
This month we interviewed Kirsten Jackson; A consultant gastroenterology dietitian and founder of The Food Treatment Clinic. Have a read to find out what she thinks of the Low FODMAP Diet, her advice for those of use suffering with IBS and lots more…
We hope as always that you have enjoyed reading our news update. If you have seen anything in the news which you think we should share, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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