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Nutritional Therapy for IBD

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Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

IBD is divided into two major categories: Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Clinically, IBD is characterised by recurrent inflammation of the intestines resulting in diverse symptoms.

Causes are theoretical but include genetic predisposition, infectious agent(s), antibiotic exposure, immune function, diet.

Nutritional Therapy will aim to:

  • Complete a review of medical history
  • Consider potential causes relevant to the client
  • Support a healthy immune function
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Assess possible dietary antagonists
  • Protect the gut wall
  • Increase nutrient intake

Special Offer

Receive 50% off your first consultation with Nutritional Therapist Leah Heathman if booked before the end of June 2013. Book your 1 hour Nutritional Therapy consultation now for just £20 (usual cost £40) – call me on 07827 446957 or email leahheathman@atasteofwellbeing.co.uk.

Not to be used with any other offer. Only one reduced consultation per person.

Leah Heathman

This article is part of a series of articles about IBD for  World IBD Day 19th May 2013.  See also IBD Awareness and Natural Treatment. Posting later today, an article about how Kinesiology can help. Subscribe to the blog, follow us on facebook or twitter or simply check back here later for further updates…

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