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And we see you’ve got a book
endorsement from our favourite
Jamie Oliver (secrets out!). How’d
that come about?
I still can’t believe it either! Jamie is
such a genuine and generous person.
He has been incredibly supportive
from my early days.
What would be 3 clinical tips from
the book, you could share with our
The importance of
personalising advice for gut
health. This means not just
putting everyone with IBS on
a low FODMAP diet. Our skills
as dietitians go way beyond
providing generic advice.
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With gut health now being “big
business”, how can dietitians remain the
The benefit of combining diet
and mindfulness strategies
for managing functional gut
disorders, including functional
I believe, if we want to be seen as leaders,
our profession needs to be involved
in developing the evidence-base and
contributing to research. This certainly
doesn’t mean we all need to become
research dietitians, but get involved
wherever you can, whether it be quality
improvement projects or clinical audits -
it all counts.
The need for a systematic
approach when assessing food
intolerances, including blinded
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