34 episodes

The Gut Loving Podcast is all about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and the low FODMAP diet. The low FODMAP diet is a relatively new approach to effectively treat IBS symptoms and is scientifically backed up by a vast number of medical studies.

The Gut Loving Podcast is hosted by Laura Tilt (an experienced Dietitian in the UK specialising in IBS and the low FODMAP diet) and Huelya Akyuez, patient and creator of project sezamee - gut loving food (video recipes and low FODMAP events) after living with IBS for over 20 years.

Together, Laura and Huelya started The Gut Loving Podcast to help others with IBS get clear on the facts - and learn more about how to take control of their condition.

Remember: Don’t start the low FODMAP diet without consulting your doctor or low FODMAP specialised dietitian first. The content of our podcast is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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Contact us: hello@lauratilt.com, huelya@sezamee.com

Find a FODMAP dietitian in the UK: https://goo.gl/cYySjs

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Our social media:

Laura Tilt (MSc, Dietitian RD)

website: https://www.lauratilt.com/
instagram: nutritilty
facebook: /TiltNutrition
twitter: @NutriTilty
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Huelya Akyuez (project sezamee - gut loving food)

website: http://sezamee.com/
instagram: sezamee
facebook: /sezameeUK
twitter: @sezameeUK
YouTube: sezamee - gut loving food (or simply 'sezamee')
pinterest: sezamee

The Gut Loving Podcast: All about IBS & the low FODMAP diet Laura Tilt (MSc, Dietitian RD) and Huelya Akyuez (sezamee - gut loving food)

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The Gut Loving Podcast is all about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and the low FODMAP diet. The low FODMAP diet is a relatively new approach to effectively treat IBS symptoms and is scientifically backed up by a vast number of medical studies.

The Gut Loving Podcast is hosted by Laura Tilt (an experienced Dietitian in the UK specialising in IBS and the low FODMAP diet) and Huelya Akyuez, patient and creator of project sezamee - gut loving food (video recipes and low FODMAP events) after living with IBS for over 20 years.

Together, Laura and Huelya started The Gut Loving Podcast to help others with IBS get clear on the facts - and learn more about how to take control of their condition.

Remember: Don’t start the low FODMAP diet without consulting your doctor or low FODMAP specialised dietitian first. The content of our podcast is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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Contact us: hello@lauratilt.com, huelya@sezamee.com

Find a FODMAP dietitian in the UK: https://goo.gl/cYySjs

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Our social media:

Laura Tilt (MSc, Dietitian RD)

website: https://www.lauratilt.com/
instagram: nutritilty
facebook: /TiltNutrition
twitter: @NutriTilty
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Huelya Akyuez (project sezamee - gut loving food)

website: http://sezamee.com/
instagram: sezamee
facebook: /sezameeUK
twitter: @sezameeUK
YouTube: sezamee - gut loving food (or simply 'sezamee')
pinterest: sezamee

    Talking IBS, FODMAPs & stress with the founder of Bay’s Kitchen

    Talking IBS, FODMAPs & stress with the founder of Bay’s Kitchen

    In this episode Laura chats to Bay Burdett, IBS sufferer and founder of Bay’s Kitchen, the producers of a range of award winning, low FODMAP sauces. As one of the first people to follow a low FODMAP diet in the U.K. Bay realised there were no convenient ready-to-eat low FODMAP sauces available and so she set about making her own! We chat about Bay’s IBS journey, the process of setting up Bay’s Kitchen and why learning to manage stress was a key part of the road to feeling better.

    • 57 min
    IBS & The Gut Brain Axis, with Dr Rabia Lalani

    IBS & The Gut Brain Axis, with Dr Rabia Lalani

    In this episode we welcome Dr Rabia Lalani to the show. Rabia is a Gastroenterologist, yoga teacher & researcher in the field of the Gut-Brain connection. Her life’s work is to merge mainstream medicine with lifestyle for digestive health, closing the gap between East & West through trustworthy tangibility. We talk IBS, the role of a gastroenterologist, the gut & brain relationship & how this relates to symptoms. This is a great episode giving insight into the importance of the gut brain axis in IBS.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    What Happens When You See a Dietitian About IBS?

    What Happens When You See a Dietitian About IBS?

    In this episode we discuss when is a good time to seek help from a dietitian for your IBS symptoms, what happens during an appointment, and tips on how to get the most from your sessions.

    • 1 hr
    Yoga, Meditation & Managing IBS with Madeleine Shaw

    Yoga, Meditation & Managing IBS with Madeleine Shaw

    In this episode Laura welcomes yoga teacher, best selling cookery writer and friend Madeleine Shaw to the show to share her IBS journey, and to talk about the role that meditation and yoga have played in her symptom management. We also talk about Happy Gut Guide, the IBS self care programme that we co-authored together - which came about as a result of this podcast!

    • 56 min
    Self Care - What It Means, and Why It Matters in IBS

    Self Care - What It Means, and Why It Matters in IBS

    Self care has become a buzzword, but beyond bubble baths and candles, what does it actually mean, and how does it relate to IBS management? In this episode we dive into self care practices and their benefits for symptom control.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    The Truth About Probiotics, the Microbiome & Gut Health

    The Truth About Probiotics, the Microbiome & Gut Health

    In this episode Laura interviews Professor of Pharmaceutics Simon Gaisford to talk about the microbiome, probiotics and gut health. This is a fascinating discussion in which Simon helps clear up the myths around probiotics, how they might help with gut conditions, and why research into their effectiveness is so challenging. Simon also shares some useful tips for choosing a probiotic yourself, because not all probiotics are created equal!

    • 1 hr 21 min

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