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Nutrition Support

Sometimes when you have been unwell, it is difficult to maintain a healthy weight. If you have found that you are struggling to keep your weight, individualised advice can be provided to help you to prevent further weight loss. Supplement drinks can help in this area but knowing how to increase the protein and calories with food is a perfect way of maintaining your weight when your appetite is small, and you struggle with managing your regular sized meals.

You may have had surgery to your digestive system perhaps and be struggling to know what to eat or how changing your diet can help you with your symptoms. Please get in touch if you would like to know how help can be provided to help you maintain weight after surgery to your bowel – for example colostomy, ileostomy, resections (hemicolectomy for instance), gastrectomy and other surgery where your intestine has been removed. Changing your diet can also help with large output stomas and symptoms such as diarrhoea and dumping syndrome, so it is worth getting in touch!

You may have had gastrointestinal cancer treatment and find that symptoms are affecting your ability to eat, maintaining your weight is essential and the types of food consumed can improve symptoms, help you to eat more and perhaps, more importantly, enjoy food again.

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13/10/2019 - Pumpkin gnocchi and sage butter

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6/10/2019 - The Perfect Watercress Soup – low FODMAP

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21/9/2019 - Carrot and nut cake – vegan and low fodmap

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15/9/2019 - Vegan ‘chicken’ and pumpkin couscous – low fodmap

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12/9/2019 - Autumn jacket potatoes

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