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You can treat your gut without restrictive, awful diets... You can trust us to show you how! Whether you're newly diagnosed with IBS or a veteran, the IBS Freedom Podcast will provide clarity for your healing journey. Each week your IBS experts will cover topics within the world of IBS including small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), leaky gut syndrome, dysbiosis, the low FODMAP diet, candida, and so much more.Meet your hosts!- Dr. Nicole DiNezza, DC, NTP is a functional medicine doct ...
 
The take control podcast is hosted by gastroenterologist specialist dietitian Kirsten Jackson and provides advice for people with irritable bowel syndrome. Each week you can expect to find an expert interview, IBS success story or tips and tricks from Kirsten. While the low FODMAP diet is covered, this is not the only solution for IBS management. Instead, the Take Control holistic method of targeting nutrition, sleep, movement and mental wellbeing will be presented in a format where the conc ...
 
IBSI (Iglesia Bautista en San Isidro) existe con el propósito de Glorificar a Dios. Nuestra meta es extender su Reino en todo el mundo a través de cada miembro, y en las capacidades del Espíritu Santo. Manteniéndonos cada día en este propósito, esperamos con alegría la segunda venida de nuestro Señor Jesucristo. Alsina119, San Isidro Buenos Aires, Argentina
 
A Family-drama in three acts. Like many of Ibsen's better-known plays, Ghosts is a scathing commentary on 19th century morality. (Summary by Kristingj)Cast:Mrs. Helen Alving, widow of Captain Alving: Rhonda FedermanOswald Alving, her son, a painter: Chris MarcellusPastor Manders: Algy PugJacob Engstrand, a carpenter: John TrevithickRegine Engstrand, Mrs. Alving's maid: KristingjNarrator: Amanda Friday
 
Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts was first published in 1881 and staged in 1882, and like his earlier play A Doll's House, profoundly shocked his contemporaries. Dubbed "a dirty deed done in public" by one of its critics, the play focuses on (among other things) venereal disease, euthanasia, and incest. The original title literally means "the ones who return," and the play is about how we can deal with the awful legacy of the past. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast:Mrs. Alving: Elizabeth KlettOswald Al ...
 
These short comic parodies of five well-known tragedies by Henrik Ibsen originally appeared in Punch, the British humor magazine. From the prefatory note: "The author is conscious that his imitation is painfully lacking in the mysterious obscurity of the original, that the vein of allegorical symbolism is thinner throughout than it should be, and that the characters are not nearly so mad as persons invariably are in real life—but these are the faults inevitable to a prentice hand, and he tru ...
 
John Gabriel Borkman is the penultimate play of the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, written in 1896. The Borkman family fortunes have been brought low by the imprisonment of John Gabriel who used his position as a bank manager to illegally speculate with his investors' money. The action of the play takes place eight years after Borkman's release when John Gabriel Borkman, Mrs. Borkman, and her twin sister Ella Rentheim battle over the future of young Erhart Borkman. Though John Gabriel Bo ...
 
The Gut Loving Podcast is all about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and the low FODMAP diet. The low FODMAP diet is a relatively new approach to effectively treat IBS symptoms and is scientifically backed up by a vast number of medical studies. The Gut Loving Podcast is hosted by Laura Tilt (an experienced Dietitian in the UK specialising in IBS and the low FODMAP diet) and Huelya Akyuez, patient and creator of project sezamee - gut loving food (video recipes and low FODMAP events) after livi ...
 
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Some people claim that food is just fuel but we know from research that this is not the case. Food is also about emotions and social ques as well. While every food has a place in a healthy diet and occassionally overeating will make zero difference to your health, do you regularly over eat or consume foods you know will make your IBS worse? This is…
 
What are fat soluble vitamins and how can it affect our gut health? In this new episode, Amy and Nikki explains the role of fat soluble vitamins in our body especially in our gut. They also emphasize that these vitamins also have minerals associated with them. Watch the full video to learn more about the interrelationship of Fat soluble vitamins an…
 
You have heard about the gut-brain axis but what about the skin-gut axis? Again there are so many claims out there is can be confusing! So before you rush off to buy an expensive probiotic for your acne, listen to this podcast! In this episode, The IBS Dietitian, Kirsten Jackson speaks to UK Dermatologist Dr. Natalia Spierings about all things gut-…
 
Elemental diet is all over the IBS management and SIBO management routine. But is it really how is it useful on SIBO? Join Amy and Nikki as they discus the pros and cons of the Elemental diet. What to expect: Introduction What is the Elemental diet? Why does the Elemental Diet seem to be effective? Online Promotions of Health Management Is everyone…
 
More and more people are wanting to follow a plant based diet for health reasons and also ethical reasons. Whilst the research does support that a plant based diet is beneficial for gut health (and other areas of health), many of the claims online are inaccurate. You may also find that switching to a plant based diet overnight can cause problems wi…
 
Polyphenols are compounds found in plants. It's known benefit is that it can help fight disease and inflammation. But can polyphenols help us have a better gut health? Join Amy and Nikki as they discuss further the effects of polyphenols on the gut, specially on our microbes and share some of the foods rich in polyphenols. What to expect! What is p…
 
The low FODMAP diet is a term which is thrown around casually but often, even people are following the diet don't actually understand what it is about. This can lead to a lot of confusion and actually incorrectly following the diet process. In this episode, The IBS Dietitian, Kirsten, what the low FODMAP diet is and the do's and dont's to avoid fur…
 
Ibsen salong har besøkt forretningsmannen og kunstsamler Christian Ringnes på hans kontor. Eiendomsspar med Ringnes i spissen har utvidet Ibsenmuseet med en ny og moderne teatersal som vi gleder oss til å snart kunne ta i bruk. Men hva kan Ringnes om Ibsen? Foto: Anette Broteng Christiansen, ThorNews…
 
Feeling stuck with your GERD and Reflux? Is prescription the only to treat it? Join Amy and Nikki as they discuss some tips from a nutritionist, MOLLY, who had personal experience with GERD and Reflux. Molly Pelletier is a Nutritionist, BS Dietetics BU, MS Dietetics Candidate BU '22, 500-hour registered yoga instructor You Can reach Molly through: …
 
SIBO Breath test is one of the diagnostic tools used for SIBO but when should you get one? Are you thinking of taking a SIBO Breath test and don’t know what to do? In this episode, Amy and Nikki gave a run through on what to consider before taking a SIBO breath test, and is it really reliable? Which SIBO breath test is appropriate for you? What to …
 
Skin and gut connection is one of the topics less in the gut space. But, how can our gut be very powerful that it can affect our skin? Have you been having skin issues that doesn't seem to go away despite all of your hardwork to eradicate it? Maybe, gut health is the missing link. Here is Jennifer Fugo, from Healthy Skin Show, to help us discover t…
 
When you have IBS you relationship with your body is not normally very good. People will often say they feel 'fat' and 'frumpy' as their bloating expands up and down all day. And, let's be honest, the barage of 'perfect' body images on social media does not help the situation. In this episode, Kirsten Jackson, The IBS Dietitian speaks to Lottie Dry…
 
Poop or stool is very important in the gut health realm. It can show us the status of our gastrointestinal tract. If there is bleeding present, if you have good motility and if you were able to digest things properly. So, if there is anything unusual on your poop, it can serve as a warning sign! But what is a usual poop or normal stool? How does it…
 
We throw around the terminology of IBS quite a bit but do we actually understand what IBS is? Most people feel that when they get diagnosed with IBS that they didn't diagnosed with a 'real' condition. But actually this is not the case and it is key to understand the condition in order to control it and move forward. In this episode, The IBS Dietiti…
 
In this new episode, join Amy and Dr. DiNezza as they further explore the importance of nervous system with your IBS or gut issues with Dr. Jennifer Franklin of Don't Hate your Guts. You will further get to know the power of nervous system such as concepts like polyvagal theory, Window Tolerance for Stressors, and Nervous System Regulation. She hig…
 
Pre-made sauces usually contain onion, garlic and other high FODMAP ingredients which means that you usually have to make everything from scratch when on the low FODMAP diet. Luckily there is another option as Bay's Kitchen produces a huge range of suitable, low FODMAP certified options for you to enjoy. In this episode The IBS Dietitian Kirsten Ja…
 
Additional Episode for this week - a Q and A episode. Thank you so much for your support! Don't forget to submit your questions through email or comment it on our Youtube Channel What to Expect: All about BILE! SIBO and PPIs Probiotics and Gut Diversity Kimberly Exercise for diversity Heart Rate and Vagus Nerve Heat Rate viability…
 
Parasite is an organism that lives in or on an organism of another species (its host) and benefits by deriving nutrients at the other's expense. They can get into our body in so many ways - contaminated water, food, waste, soil, and blood, can be transferred by insects or people, The two major kinds of parasites that can be found in our digestive s…
 
Have you been diagnosed with Hydrogen SIBO and don't know how to treat it? Or Are you getting lost in your Hydrogen SIBO Treatment? Is it safe for the gut to have Hydrogen gas? There are a lot of people getting diagnosed with Hydrogen SIBO and there are a lot of claims on how to treat it. We got you covered! This episode focuses on HYDROGEN SIBO - …
 
Hydrogen Sulfide is a type of SIBO which has been very common lately. In this podcast episode, Amy and Dr. DiNezza discuss more on the testing accuracy, Hydrogen Sulfide Symptoms observed in their clients, effect of Low Sulfur Diet, and how to manage hydrogen sulfide SIBO. Trio Smart Test Misinterpretation Hydrogen Sulfide SIBO Symptoms Low FODMAP …
 
We had highlighted before that doing restrictive eating for a long time can lead to gut dysfunction. There are a lot of people that have been doing restrictive eating and we all have our own reasons. In this episode, Join Amy and Nikki in a full pack discussion with Elena Kunicki, RD as she shares her personal experience on developing gut dysfuncti…
 
Dietary Restrictions is one of the most common strategies used for managing SIBO and IBS. These diets can be helpful for a short period of time (weeks or perhaps months) but can get people stuck. In this episode, Amy and Dr. DiNezza share their strategies on how they help their clients in reintroducing foods. This will be especially helpful for peo…
 
In this episode host, Kirsten Jackson 'The IBS Dietitian' talks about the vegan diet whilst having IBS. She explains which macro and micronutrients you need to watch out for and how to navigate fiber intake. Thanks to our sponsor FODMAP everyday https://www.fodmapeveryday.com/Kirsten Jackson による
 
This week, we’ll take a deeper dive on HERBS with our special guest Thomas Easley, the Founder and CEO of Eclectic School of Herbs and writer of the Modern Herbal Dispensatory medicine Making Guide. Book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Modern-Herbal-Dispensatory-Medicine-Making-Guide/dp/1623170796/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=thomas+easley&qid=16…
 
In this episode host, Kirsten Jackson 'The IBS Dietitian' talks to Gastroenterology consultant Dr Ramakrishnan about colonoscopies. Find out why doctors carry out colonoscopies and what you should expect Mentioned in the podcast: Contact details for Dr Ramakirshnan: https://www.spirehealthcare.com/consultant-profiles/dr-subramaniam-ramakrishnan-c43…
 
Fasting has been a very common through out the years. It has been advised by other medical professionals due to its known benefits but are they true? or is it also effective on people who have IBS and SIBO? Here is what to expect for this week's episode: Dietitian Explains Fasting Fasting and SIBO and IBS Nikki's review on Fasting Amy's review on F…
 
In this episode host, Kirsten Jackson 'The IBS Dietitian' talks to Obstetrics and Gynaecology consultant Dr Shikha Saxena about how a women's digestive system is impacted through pregnancy and post-partum. Mentioned in the podcast - - Kirsten's IBS Free IBS Webinar - https://bit.ly/2020-IBS-Webinar - Thanks to our sponsor FODMAP everyday https://ww…
 
We have been overwhelmed by your support! Thank you so much for all of the questions you've been posting here on YouTube and Instagram as well as via e-mail! We have been collecting your YouTube Questions and here are the answers to some of them! If you're question wasn't featured, no worries there will be more podcast Q and A's in the future! Agai…
 
Have you ever heard of Methane SIBO? and got confused and don't know how to deal with it? Join us in this episode for Amy will be sharing her personal experience on dealing with methane SIBO and of course our ways on how we help out our clients with it! This is Part 1 of our 2 Sets of Episodes this week! Don't forget to check out our Q and A Episod…
 
In this episode host, Kirsten Jackson 'The IBS Dietitian' chats to Candace Langford who is a pelvic floor specialist physiotherapist from South Africa. Candace explains how pelvic floor changes in both men and women can impact the bowel function and IBS. Mentioned in the podcast Candace Langford's Instagram: @nutureyourvagina Candace Langford's web…
 
We are very excited to share to you our very first podcast guest - Julia King PsyD., MBA who is a former forensic psychologist turned clinical psychologist who specializes on treating anxiety in IBS! Check her our in her Instagram : @roottoflourish Sign up on her newsletter to be updated with her programs: www.roottoflourish.com Here are some of th…
 
In this episode host, Kirsten Jackson 'The IBS Dietitian' chats with a member of the Take Control Program as they explain how they resolved their IBS-constipation dominant after suffering with it for 35 years. Mentioned in the podcast - Kirsten's IBS Free IBS Webinar - https://bit.ly/2020-IBS-Webinar Thanks to our sponsor FODMAP everyday https://ww…
 
We all know that sleep is very important for our overall health. But, can it affect our Gut? Is there even a relationship between the two? In this episode, we'll be sharing the following: Is Sleep important? Amy experiencing Sleep Trouble Basic moves on how you can sleep better Pets and Sleep Night Shift Job Nikki Dreaming about Amy Mouth Taping Sn…
 
In this episode host, Kirsten Jackson 'The IBS Dietitian' covers the low FODMAP Diet. What is the low FODMAP Diet? What does it actually do? And, how do you do it safely? Mentioned in the podcast The Take Control Programme: https://thefoodtreatmentclinicltd.lpages.co/take-control-2021-launch-1/ Probiotics - https://thefoodtreatmentclinic.com/which-…
 
Links for this episode → Study that Laura mentions: Maagaard, L., Ankersen, D. V., Vegh, Z., Burisch, J., Jensen, L., Pedersen, N., & Munkholm, P. (2016). Follow-up of patients with functional bowel symptoms treated with a low FODMAP diet. World Journal of Gastroenterology, 22(15), 4009–4019. https://doi.org/10.3748/wjg.v22.i15.4009 or https://bit.…
 
In this episode host, Kirsten Jackson the IBS Dietitan, speaks to Dr Saliha, founder of The Light House Arabia. Dr Saliha provides a break down of why sleep is so important in gut health and what steps you can take to improve your quality and quantity of sleep. Dr Saliha also discusses why some people may find it difficult to sleep at times and wha…
 
Another POOPtacular episode for the week! One of the well known intervention for gut issues is Fecal Microbial Transplant (FMT). Did you know that Amy had undergone this procedure? Let's hear her story and learn more about FMT. Is it worth trying and worth the money? How is it done? If you have more questions, feel free to reach us out! Topics cove…
 
In this episode Kirsten Jacksons talks to Dédé Wilson, co-founder of FODMAP Everyday and celebrated author of multiple cookbooks, including The Low FODMAP Diet Step by Step. Dédé discusses how her own personal journey to IBS freedom inspired her to help 1000's of others by providing trusted low FODMAP resources. Mentioned in the podcast The Low FOD…
 
Here is Part 2 of our Histamine Series - The nutrition side of it! In this episode, Amy and I talk about the importance of nutrition in histamine intolerances. Do you really need to restrict your diet to heal your intolerances? Is there a wrong way in terms of nutrition? How is the low histamine diet really works? We'll share some tricks in sleeves…
 
Links for this episode → Website: https://www.drnaomimiddleton.co.uk/ → Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drnaomimiddleton/ ------- Background to the show Around 1 in 7 people suffer with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) globally, making it the most commonly diagnosed GI condition worldwide. ​ The Gut Loving Podcast aims to educate, empower and in…
 
In this episode host, Kirsten Jackson 'The IBS Dietitian' talks to BBC Dietitian Priya Tew on eating disorders and IBS. They cover what the connection is between the two conditions and how to manage your IBS safely when you have had a history or current eating disorder. Mentioned in the podcast - Priya Tew's Instagram - @Priya_Tew - Kirsten's IBS F…
 
As promised, Here is the first part of our Histamine Series! Join us, as we discuss, the importance of mast cells in the body, its relationship with histamine, and how histamine is connected to allergy-like symptoms. Stay tuned till the end to know if Mast Cells and Histamine play a role on IBS or SIBO. Watch out for the next episode for the Histam…
 
When it comes to solving your IBS, you may be panicking about not having the required time to make the changes. In this episode host, Kirsten Jackson 'The IBS Dietitian' talks you through a step by step process to guide you on managing your time to free up some room for you to concentrate on getting your IBS under control. Mentioned in the podcast:…
 
In all of our podcast episodes, stress is always mentioned. Join us as we take a deeper take on the mechanism of stress hormones, the role of stress hormone or cortisol in the body, if testing for it is worth it, and how our clients deal or accept that stress is part of their gut problem. We also discussed our own experiences about stress and how i…
 
Links for this episode → Website: www.citydietitians.co.uk/ → Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sophiedietitian/ → Petition to regulate nutrition information on social media: https://www.change.org/p/matt-hancock-regulate-health-information-on-social-media Stoma accounts to follow → https://www.instagram.com/billieandersonx/ → https://www.instag…
 
In this episode host, Kirsten Jackson covers the awful IBS symptom of bloating. What causes bloating and what changes you can make to stop bloating from happening. Mentioned in the podcast - Kirsten's IBS Free IBS Webinar - https://bit.ly/2020-IBS-Webinar - Thanks to our sponsor Symprove - www.symprove.com…
 
Did you know that thyroid plays a significant role in our gut health? Join Amy and I, as we dig deeper on thyroid hormones (mechanism) and how it maybe the missing link for healing your leaky gut. We also share some of stories of our clients and how we managed their cases. Show Notes: 1. Amy Discusses her personal experiences on Thyroid dysfunction…
 
Special Episode (Giveaway Winner) https://youtu.be/yecQMxZ--8I Dogmas are defined as "something held as an established opinions or a point of view or tenet put forth as authoritative without adequate grounds" and in the world of health, nutrition, and internet, they are everywhere. We get very much exposed on different dogmas that claims to promote…
 
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