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Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2012’

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    Dietary Supplements

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    Share By Chloe McLeod Inclusion of dietary supplements can be a fantastic way to help you get the extra nutrition you need. We can help you work out where supplements are needed in your nutrition plan, be it to optimize your sport performance, or to …

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    Getting rid of Gout….with cherries?

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    Share By Chloe McLeod An exciting research paper was released recently which I must share with you all. One of our lovely rheumatologists/bloggers should get the credit for finding the paper- so thanks Irwin! In a nutshell (or a cherry stone), the findings of the …

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    IBS gives me the ………….

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    Share By Chloe McLeod, Dietitian I went out to dinner last night with some friends, and we got talking about a variety of topics, which ended up including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Not your standard dinner table conversation, however, doing what I do, learning about …

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    Can diet really help my Arthritis?

    Share Do a simple Google search for arthritis and diet, and you will find a plethora of articles, some suggesting that there is no particular foods which help arthritis, to others sprouting the latest tonic or super food that can cure it. So what is …

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  • Going Gluten Free?

    Share Coeliac disease is a chronic condition that can be easily managed by avoiding gluten containing products. By cutting them out of your diet, you allow your symptoms to settle and your body to heal. Gluten is a protein found in wheat (including spelt), rye, …

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  • Irritable bowel syndrome

    Share Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) affects a wide portion of the population, and can be a debilitating condition. It is caused by a variety of factors. Symptoms and causes are rarely identical between individuals. Research shows that following a diet that is low in FODMAPs …

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