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Welcome to the Calm Gut Clinic website

Here you can find all the latest information from digestive diet problems, how to support your nutrition if you are losing weight unintentionally to diet for specific digestive complaints such as irritable bowel syndrome, coeliac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, surgery to the digestive tract, allergy and food intolerances. Please use the links above to find out more ways in which Calm Gut Clinic can help you! Calm Gut Clinic is run by Julie Thompson a HCPC registered dietitian.

 

    

 

Calm Gut Clinic also has active facebook, pinterest and twitter pages where you can get quick, professional and public responses and read Q&A’s from our other users. Alternatively you can use the quick form on the contact page should you wish to get information about clinic appointments or working with Julie Thompson.

For people who attended a follow up appointment 82% achieved their desired outcome – this percentage is above the efficacy numbers found in research for the low fodmap diet, for example.

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Latest blog posts

Carrot and nut cake – vegan and low fodmap

21/9/2019

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Vegan ‘chicken’ and pumpkin couscous – low fodmap

15/9/2019

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Autumn jacket potatoes

12/9/2019

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Oyster mushrooms – a umami low fodmap option for IBS

8/9/2019

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A nice cup of tea

11/8/2019

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Orecchiette con Cima de rape – Low FODMAP

6/5/2019

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Lemon – Low FODMAP

7/3/2019

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Spinach, a superfood – fable, fact or just wartime propaganda?

29/1/2019

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Broccoli

13/1/2019

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The Aubergine

1/1/2019

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