A healthy gut for a healthier you.
A healthy digestive system leads to a healthier you. The digestive system is where we receive many of the nutrients our body needs to feel satisfied in tackling the day ahead. Poor gut health can stop us in our tracks, reducing our ability to get these required nutrients and could lead to other future problems. That is why the Inner Health Dietitians focus on improving your gut health, managing disorders, and improving your diet.
The Inner Health Dietitians are specialists in managing and dealing with gut and bowel health related disorders, restoring your overall health and quality of life. We have worked with thousands of Brisbane clients, helping them find a healthier version of themselves, starting with their gut and bowel health.
If you have any of the following symptoms you should contact Inner Health to improve your gut and bowel health. Symptoms of poor gut and bowel health include:
- Bloating, Indigestion or Constipation
- Abdominal Discomfort
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Excess Wind and Flatulence
- Crohn’s Disease
- Stomach Ulcers
How does Inner Health help my gut health?
The Inner Health Dietitians take advantage of their years of experience to work with you in creating a custom plan designed to improve your gut and bowel health. We take a food first approach to each of our clients, focusing on improving their health and wellbeing with delicious and nutritious recipes. This approach will relieve your symptoms, helping you feel better from the inside out.
With Inner Health you can expect our Dietitians to take an evidence-based approach to your gut health program. Through our extensive knowledge, and evidence backed research, we can produce an eating program that will not only reduce the symptoms but will restore your enjoyment of food. During and after the program you will have the full support of our Dietitians, who can assist you in dealing with any challenges you encounter transitioning onto your new diet.
Brisbane gut health specialists.
Each Dietitian at Inner Health is a highly qualified accredited practitioner, with the Dietitians Association of Australia, having years of experience within their specialisations, such as FODMAP diets. They know how to help alleviate your symptoms and tackle the root problem with an effective diet that is easy to follow. You will work with a dedicated, professional Dietitian who will specialise in your condition and the programs that will assist you. Whether you have IBS, experience constant bloating and indigestion or suffer from Crohn’s disease, the Inner Health team are able to start your journey towards a happier healthier life.
Common gut health related disorders.
The digestive system is very sensitive to extreme changes. If you have dramatically changed your diet, whether it be for health or weight-loss reasons, or you have certain intolerances that in the past have made it difficult to eat the foods your body requires, your gut health could have been tipped off balance. This can cause many symptoms that lower your quality of life and ruin your relationship with food. Fortunately, they are treatable. With the Dietitians from Inner Health you will find relief from these symptoms:
Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a condition that is experienced differently from person to person. It affects the large intestines causing a combination of abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhoea, constipation or more. Unfortunately, for most, IBS is a chronic condition and will be something they have to manage on a long-term basis.
Fortunately, IBS can be managed. With a diet plan from Inner Health combined with lifestyle changes and stress management you will be able to manage and alleviate most of the symptoms from IBS in all but the most serious of cases.
Haemorrhoids are veins that have swelled within your anus, potentially due to straining or increased pressure within the anus from pregnancy. It is common for a haemorrhoid to occur. Generally, they can be classified in two camps, either internal or external. Neither will cause much discomfort in most cases, and often disappear on their own. Occasionally a clot can form within the haemorrhoid which can be painful.
With a diet program from Inner Health you can find relief from repeat haemorrhoids. Combining exercise and increased water intake with a new diet you can reduce the amount of haemorrhoids you experience and reduce any pain or discomfort you may experience.
When it occurs infrequently, occasional diarrhoea is not a problem. However, if it occurs frequently it could lead to dehydration or other serious health problems. It often occurs due to bacterial infections or viruses, or due to chronic conditions like IBS. If you experience frequent diarrhoea it may be a sign of bad gut health.
Constipation can often be prevented simply by changing your diet. If you reduce your consumption of dairy, alcohol, and caffeine, you may also reduce the occurrence of constipation. However, sometimes health conditions can cause constipation including diabetes, IBS and hypothyroidism. If you regularly experience constipation talk to the Inner Health Dietitians.
Bloating and indigestion can be painful for those who experience it. While you are bloated your belly will feel swollen, and often leads to excessive gas production. Indigestion includes discomfort or a burning sensation in your chest. Both generally occur soon after you have eaten or drunk. Usually both are conditions that you do not need to worry about. However, if they occur regularly, they may require a diet change to alleviate.
Excessive flatulence can be uncomfortable or embarrassing. It also my indicate issues within your diet or lifestyle. While there is no normal amount of times a person will pass wind, if it seems more excessive than normal there may be problems with your gut health. More wind than usual could also relate to health conditions such as IBS.
Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory bowel disease that can lead to abdominal pain, fatigue, diarrhoea, malnutrition and weight loss. They symptoms of Crohn’s disease can range from mild to severe, but aren’t always present, instead appearing in occasional flare-ups. Unfortunately, there is no known cure for Crohn’s disease, however it can be managed through dietary changes. As Crohn’s disease affects each person differently, it is important that your new diet is tailored to your individual needs.