Menopause Gut Health | The gut brain connection
Menopause digestive disorders
Constructive advice to help improve menopause digestive disorders and poor gut health.
From Lucy Kerrison, gut health specialist dietitian.
Hormone changes during perimenopause can create digestive disorders and poor gut health.
Women can experience debilitating or embarrassing gut symptoms, often struggling with bloating, wind, and abdominal pain.
These digestive disorders can often prevent women from participating in physical activities at at a critical phase of life when they need to be building muscle and bone strength.
The brain has a direct effect on the stomach and intestines. A troubled intestine can send signals to the brain, just as a troubled brain can send signals to the gut. Therefore, women's stomach or intestinal distress can be the cause or the product of menopause symptoms.
Dietitian's are the only nutrition professionals to provide credible scientifically proven nutritional guidance which is regulated by law.
Learn from Lucy!
Lucy Kerrison is a gut health specialist dietitian, with a strong interest in women’s health. She has significant experience working in leading NHS teaching hospitals and now the private sector.
She is a nutritional professional trained to provide advice for nutrition in relation to medical conditions.
Lucy's areas of expertise cover:
· Menopause & perimenopause
· Fertility & pregnancy
· Gut symptoms such as: bloating, changes in stools, excessive flatulence, heartburn/reflux, fatigue & brain fog
· Auto-immune conditions including IBD, Coeliac disease etc
· Gut health optimisation
Listen to Lucy
And find out how you can support your menopausal clients who may be experiencing uncomfortable and often embarrassing gut health problems.
You'll take away simple hacks and join the dots to understand the gut-brain connection.
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