Registered Dietitians are trained in many clinical area such as Vitamin deficiencies, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. All of these can be helped with a healthier diet.
Various gastro-intolerances and food intolerances can be diagnosed. Here are a few common conditions to be helped by NutritionU.
Lactose and Gluten Intolerance
If you’re not sure whether or not you have intolerance to milk or gluten, Susan can help you identify the foods which are causing you discomfort and suggest alternatives to reduce your symptoms, while also ensuring your diet provides all the necessary nutrients. Tests can be ordered through the Functional Gut Clinic in London to be sent to you in the comfort of your own home.
Gut health has been linked to many unpleasant symptoms and now even obesity. There is no need to suffer alone, as you can get help to reduce bloating and improve your gut health. Susan can help you identify your food triggers and suggest alternatives which, together with a healthy diet and pro-biotics, can help you to remain symptom free.
“I see so many clients in discomfort in our modern world, and I find this so sad, because there’s no need to suffer in silence. In most cases, I can work with clients to find out what is causing the symptoms and to help them stop the cycle of stomach discomfort.”
Ulcerative Colitis can be improved with proper dietary management. If you need help with ideas for healthy nutrition or if you need help during flare-ups, Susan can provide professional advice.
Diet can be forgotten in the treatment of Crohn’s Disease, but this condition can be treated with diet as well as with medication/supplements.
Susan can also provide nutrition advice for conditions like diabetes, osteoporosis, allergies, and skin conditions.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
The main treatment for IBS is to make adjustments to your diet. Susan can help to identify the foods causing your discomfort so you can live a symptom-free life. She can support you with an elimination diet or a FODMAP diet, which has been shown to be highly effective in dealing with IBS.
Resources from here Kings College London will be provided to help you follow the FODMAP diet.
More info on Fodmap diet whilst following vegan diet: