Making nutrition science accessible and easy-to-digest. Andrea Hardy, Canada’s Gut Health Dietitian, is on a mission to connect people to credible, up-to-date nutrition information about gut health and digestive disorders.
Nutrition misinformation is rampant. If nutrition advice online scares you, it’s probably not true.
Let’s Gut Real is all taking the fear out of nutrition messaging, cultivating critical thinking, and helping you understand nutrition science. Andrea talks with guests about digestive health, the gut microbiome, hot nutrition topics, and nutrition misinformation, sharing messages that are easy to consume and that inspire sustainable action.
Andrea likes to say her goal is to get people to take nutrition a little less seriously – which may come as a surprise coming from a dietitian. Through humour, she injects fun into her science-based media messages. After all, poop jokes aren’t her favourite kinda jokes, but they are a solid #2.
Connect with Andrea to learn and laugh on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @andreahardyrd or at www.andreahardyrd.com, or at her private practice www.ignitenutrition.ca
Top Microbiome Myths with Dr. Megan Rossi
Probiotics, sugar, fermented foods, candida - what do we need to think about when it comes to our gut microbiome? Dr Megan Rossi debunks the most common digestive myths she hears!
Listen to those 'Gut Feelings' in Disorders of the Gut Brain Interaction with Dr. Drossman
Did you know, the way we've framed bodily issues as separate from our mind has shaped (and stigmatized) how we treat patients? Dr. Drossman shares his immense expertise on neurogastroenterology and disorders of the gut brain interaction (DGBI)
Fact or Fiction? Dysbiosis & the Gut Microbiome in Patient Care with Gabrielle Fundaro, PhD
We’re often sold an idea that the solutions to our health problems have to be complex and cutting edge - often misinterpreting the science on the gut microbiome. How does this fit in patient care?
Masqueraders of IBS with Kate Scarlata, RD
What are some conditions that look a lot like irritable bowel syndrome but actually aren't? Kate explores conditions that can masquerade as IBS and often lead to prolonged digestive symptoms - and the importance of understanding IBS is a real diagnosis as well!
Lab-made Food? How science literacy helps us to understand food tech with Chana Davis, PhD
Food made in a lab using microbes? It's happening now! New tech can be scary and none of us are immune to being mislead or adopting a belief based on misinformation.
In this episode Chana Davis, PhD and I discuss new and exciting food technology using microbes, and how improving scientific literacy can help to shape the conversation around food technology!
What Does Your Microbiome Say About You? with Colin Hill, Ph.D
Your microbiome plays an important role in your immune system and nervous system development, and can help or hinder our health long term. Can we use gut microbiota testing to tell us about our health and disease states? And where is the research going? I interview Colin Hill, Ph.D to answer these important questions and tell us what our microbiomes say about us!
Andrea and her guests are such a wealth of information when it comes to new research in the area of gut health. As a fellow gut health RD, this podcast is where I come when I want a quick run-down of new research in this area
It doesn’t “Gut” any better than this...
As a fellow gut health RD, I really appreciate Andrea’s podcast to keep what’s discussed by her, and the experts she invites on as well, in the back of my mind as I work with my clients.
Truly great to have a podcast dedicated to gut health and hosted by an RD.
-Jessica Roocroft, RD
Owner & Founder, Jess Nourishes
I listen to a lot of podcasts and most in the functional health space. Andrea’s episodes are so straight forward, understandable language and perfectly timed (no hour+) daunting listens. Her guests have been super knowledgeable and it has opened my eyes to some amazing new practitioners in my local area. Highly recommend.