1 in 7 Australians are affected by Irritable Bowel Syndrome (also known as IBS) often with debilitating symptoms like constipation, diarrhoea and bloating.
Research is suggesting that one of the more successful interventions is a low FODMAP diet, but that can be filled with overwhelm and confusion … so in the spirit of 100 Not Out – and on the assumption that our listeners are one of the 1 in 7 or KNOW SOMEONE who has IBS … we’re going to talk about it today.
Our special guest today is Chloe McLeod …
Chloe has a –
Bachelor in Nutrition & Dietetics
- And a Masters in Public Health among multiple qualifications
- She also sits on the board for Sports Dietitians’s Australia
She specialises in food intolerances, sports nutrition and nutrition for arthritis and autoimmune conditions.
Chloe is regularly featured in Body and Soul and Women’s Health Magazine …
- She’s the Consulting Sports Dietitian for the Parramatta Eels NRL squad, and triathlon team MX Endurance.
And when she’s got some spare time she runs her own nutrition consultancy business Health & Performance Collective
You can find out more about Chloe at https://www.chloemcleod.com/ and the FODMAPS program at https://www.healthylife.com.au/programs/ways-to-well
For more info on Damian go to www.damiankristof.com
For more info on Marcus go to www.marcuspearce.com.au
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