This presentation was made possible due to an unrestricted educational grant from Nestle Health Science, makers of IBgard.
This presentation, by Andrea Hardy, RD and Kristina Campbell, M.Sc was done at CDHF’s #TrendingNow: Putting the Biggest Gut Health Trends under the Microscope November-January 2022.
In this presentation, Andrea and Kristina highlight what individuals can do if they do not have a diagnosis but are experiencing symptoms such as bloating, gas, reflux, and changes in bowels such as diarrhea or constipation.
A lot of the strategies in this presentation you can implement on your own to manage your symptoms. These health and lifestyle basics can have a huge impact on your symptoms and quality of life. it is important to note that if you’re still struggling, and you’re still not feeling great after implementing these strategies to see a healthcare professional.
Andrea Hardy is a registered dietitian from Calgary, Canada where she runs a multi-disciplinary digestive health practice called Ignite Nutrition. She specializes in gut health & gastrointestinal diseases, and is recognized in the media as Canada’s Gut Health Expert. She is passionate about translating science into ‘easy to digest’ information to support a healthy gut. She has spoken on the TEDx stage, as well as internationally about digestive health. Follow her on Instagram at @andreahardyrd or tune into her gut health podcast ‘Let’s Gut Real’ which is all about making nutrition science easy to digest!
Kristina Campbell, a science and biotechnology writer, is author of The Well-Fed Microbiome Cookbook and co-author of the academic textbook Gut Microbiota: Interactive Effects on Nutrition and Health (which has a second edition forthcoming). Kristina specializes in translating microbiome science and helping the general public sort fact from fiction when it comes to gut health, probiotics, and prebiotics.