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Hands on Stomach

Diet is not the cause or cure to Crohn’s, so you are not to blame for your diagnosis, but our diet can influence our management of Crohn’s. 

Diet & lifestyle has to be individually tailored as Crohn's is different in everyone 


How can I help you improve your quality of life with Crohn's disease?

I am not only someone to talk who has/is going through it, but I am a qualified Registered Nutritionist.

  • I can explain what the disease is and what it all means to you

  • Work out how you can help yourself with:

    • Diet

    • Stress

    • Exercise

    • Sleep

    • 2nd opinion

    • Support network


How does it work?

Once a month for 6 months  we will meet on zoom.  We will discuss your progress, answer any questions you have and talk about your concerns.  

How much does it cost?

One hour face to face zoom call per month for 6 months, plus email access to me during the month, costs £360.00 (works out to £60 per month). 

You can choose to see me in the clinic, face to face but there will be a surcharge for the clinic.

Terms and conditions

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Examples of what we could work out for you

When in an active flare:

  • Diet

    • Avoid simple sugars

    • Avoid insoluble fibre

    • Cook foods in a way that is easier to digest

    • Common to have lactose intolerance so work out whether to avoid

    • Common to have gluten intolerance so work out whether to avoid

    • Eat soluble fibre

    • Avoid caffeine/alcohol

    • Replenish electrolytes lost if you have diarrhoea

    • If no appetite, small meals regularly

    • Omega 3 is anti-inflammatory

    • What multi-vitamins to take


When in remission:

  • Diet

    • Eat balanced diet, varied (30-40 different plant sources) and healthy

    • Include fibre

    • Eat anti-inflammatory foods

    • Eat prebiotic foods

    • Use vitamin D supplements

    • No processed foods

    • No artificial sweeteners

    • No trans-fats

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