Why I love working with digestive health clients By Registered Dietitian Kate Chury, on our nutrition counseling team (Online Dietitian, Digestive Health Nutritionist and IBS Dietitian Calgary) As a Registered Dietitian, I talk a lot about food. I also talk a lot about what happens to the food when it leaves our body. When I […]
You may have heard that fibre is good for us and that we generally need more of it, but do you really know what it is? Fibre is a carbohydrate but with an interesting twist. Unlike other carbohydrates such as sugars or starches, fibre does not get digested and absorbed in the traditional sense. Fibres […]
If you have IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) and are experiencing digestive symptoms such as constipation, diarrhea, abdominal cramping or gas you are not alone. You may have heard about some of the new research being done on what is known as the FODMAP diet as a potential treatment for IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). …READ MORE
Diarrhea is a common issue but the good news is, there are some key nutrition strategies that can help you manage symptoms easier. Read my interview from the Huffington Post that discusses which foods to eat for diarrhea and what to avoid: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2014/07/25/foods-for-diarrhea_n_5607089.html
At the end of the day, 42-year-old Jill would often look down at her stomach in awe that it was distended more than when she was pregnant. The gas, cramping, and irregular bowel movements that would swing between constipation and then diarrhea were negatively influencing her mood and quality of life.