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
Eating Disorders & Digestive Disorders - What's the Overlap?
Digestive symptoms in eating disorders is common. Does one influence the other? This week I interview Rachael to discuss how restricted eating influences gut motility, and can worsen digestive symptoms – and how that can create a vicious cycle in disordered eating!
How psychogastroenterology is a key tool in digestive disorder management with Dr. Megan Riehl
Now more than ever, mental health and behavioral health are important. Working with a GI psychologist is typically short-term, but significantly helpful in improving your quality of life, coping with stress and decreasing the severity of your GI condition. Today, I interview Dr. Megan Riehl who is a GI psychologist who specializes in psychogastroenterology and anxiety related-disorders.
Can you use the low FODMAP diet for IBS in kids? with Julia Celestini
IBS doesn't just effect the child, but the whole family. Diet is one tool to help manage this condition in kids, and many times we see the Low FODMAP diet as a first line approach. But should we be using the Low FODMAP diet in kids?
Julia Celestini, RD and I discuss how and when to properly use the Low FODMAP diet in paediatrics.
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?
Go with your gut!
Andrea is the best!! The show really lives up to it's name - even the most complex topics are broken down into easily understood, actionable tips that you can directly apply to your own diet and lifestyle. Super grateful for such an amazing resource!
Facts and fun
I absolutely love this podcast ! Factual information shared in an easy to understand and engaging way. I love the wide range of guests. I’m a dietitian myself and I find this a great learning tool to stay on top of the science but love it for my personal Health knowledge too ! Highly recommend for anyone
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!
I have been geeking out on the podcast haha. As a clinical RD who does outpatient nutrition counseling, I have found this podcast to be extremely informative! GI diagnosis can be challenging to work with for the patient and RD. Each episode has an immense amount of valuable info that I can use to help my patients better understand their diagnosis and how to better manage it.