DI­GES­TION: WHAT YOUR GUT IS TELLING

Suf­fer­ing from em­bar­rass­ing and un­com­fort­able gut symp­toms, and can’t work out why? Di­eti­tians Brooke Long­field and Ka­t­rina Pace ex­plain how to look af­ter your­self from the in­side out.

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YOU Di­ges­tive dis­tress can be both em­bar­rass­ing and painful, but it can be han­dled. We ex­plain five of the most com­mon tummy trou­bles, and what you can do to main­tain a healthy and happy gut

While some of us eat a meal, push away from the ta­ble and don’t give it much more thought, for oth­ers pain and dis­com­fort af­ter eat­ing is an ev­ery­day re­al­ity, from re­flux to bloat­ing and IBS.

Di­ges­tive stress

Med­i­ca­tions, stress, hor­mones, sud­den di­etary changes, food poi­son­ing, gas­tro bugs or travel can all af­fect how your di­ges­tive sys­tem works. Here are some of the most prevalant tummy trou­bles, and what you can do to achieve a happy gut.

Fol­low our tips for healthy di­ges­tion

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