Take Control - a podcast for people with IBS podcast

Take Control - a podcast for people with IBS

Kirsten Jackson

The take control podcast is hosted by gastroenterologist specialist dietitian Kirsten Jackson and provides advice for people with irritable bowel syndrome. Each week you can expect to find an expert interview, IBS success story or tips and tricks from Kirsten. While the low FODMAP diet is covered, this is not the only solution for IBS management. Instead, the Take Control holistic method of targeting nutrition, sleep, movement and mental wellbeing will be presented in a format where the concept of TMI just doesn’t exist.

31 Episodes

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    #S3E10: SIBO - diagnosis, management and treatment

    34:40

    SIBO aka small intestinal bacterial overgrowth is a hot subject right now. Those with IBS are commonly misdiagnosed and actually have SIBO. But, how do you diagnose and treat this condition. In this episode, Kirsten Jackson, The IBS Dietitian tells you how! Thank you to our sponsor Bay's Kitchen, you can find out more about their products https://www.bayskitchen.com/low-fodmap-diet/
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    #S3E9: How to eat bread without bloating

    17:21

    Bread is often blamed for bloating. We are told to cut out bread from our diets and that gluten is bad for us. But did you know that this is actually a myth and that bread is good for your gut? In this episode, Kirsten discusses how you can eat bread without bloating and the difference between a gluten free diet and a low FODMAP diet. Thank you to our sponsor Bay's Kitchen, you can find out more about their products https://www.bayskitchen.com/low-fodmap-diet/
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    #S3E8: IBS and the low FODMAP diet in children with dietitian Bahee Van de Bor

    31:25

    Did your IBS symptoms start as a baby or young child? Or perhaps you have a child with IBS and do not know where to turn to next. In this episode The IBS Dietitian, Kirsten Jackson, speaks to Bahee Van De Bor who is a paediatric specialist IBS dietitian. Bahee covers what symptoms are abnormal, the possible causes, what tests are needed and the low FODMAP diet. Do not forget to download the free low FODMAP guide by clicking here. Thank you to our sponsor Bay's Kitchen, you can find out more about their products https://www.bayskitchen.com/low-fodmap-diet/  
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    #S3E7: Food Freedom with dietitian Maeve Hanan

    28:57

    Some people claim that food is just fuel but we know from research that this is not the case. Food is also about emotions and social ques as well. While every food has a place in a healthy diet and occassionally overeating will make zero difference to your health, do you regularly over eat or consume foods you know will make your IBS worse? This is a common issue and something we can use intuitive eating methods for. In this episode, The IBS Dietiitan, Kirsten Jackson, speaks to specialist dietitian Maeve Hanan from Dietetically Speaking. She outlines what is this new method and how can you bring into your daily routine. Thank you to our sponsor Bay's Kitchen, you can find out more about their products https://www.bayskitchen.com/low-fodmap-diet/
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    #S3E6: The gut-skin connection with Dr Natalia Spierings

    22:37

    You have heard about the gut-brain axis but what about the skin-gut axis? Again there are so many claims out there is can be confusing! So before you rush off to buy an expensive probiotic for your acne, listen to this podcast! In this episode, The IBS Dietitian, Kirsten Jackson speaks to UK Dermatologist Dr. Natalia Spierings about all things gut-skin. Do not forget to download the free low FODMAP guide by clicking here. Thank you to our sponsor Bay's Kitchen, you can find out more about their products https://www.bayskitchen.com/low-fodmap-diet/
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    #S3E5: Dr Will Bulsiewicz, author of NYT best seller 'Fiber Fueled' - Navigating a plant based diet

    55:21

    More and more people are wanting to follow a plant based diet for health reasons and also ethical reasons. Whilst the research does support that a plant based diet is beneficial for gut health (and other areas of health), many of the claims online are inaccurate. You may also find that switching to a plant based diet overnight can cause problems with your IBS. In this episode The IBS Dietitian Kirsten Jackson speaks to Dr B, New York Times best selling author of Fiber Fueled. Dr B is a world famous US gastroenterologist and a huge fan of educating the public on evidence based nutrition (aka no fads!). Mentioned on the podacast - Dr B's website: https://theplantfedgut.com/about/ Andrew Reynolds study: https://journals.plos.org/plosmedicine/article?id=10.1371/journal.pmed.1003053
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    #S3E4: What is the low FODMAP diet and how does it improve symptoms?

    23:06

    The low FODMAP diet is a term which is thrown around casually but often, even people are following the diet don't actually understand what it is about. This can lead to a lot of confusion and actually incorrectly following the diet process. In this episode, The IBS Dietitian, Kirsten, what the low FODMAP diet is and the do's and dont's to avoid further harm to your gut. NICE guidelines for the management and diagnosis of IBS: https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/cg61/chapter/1-Recommendations#diagnosis-of-ibs Do not forget to download the free low FODMAP guide by clicking here. Thank you to our sponsor Bay's Kitchen, you can find out more about their products https://www.bayskitchen.com/low-fodmap-diet/
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    #S3E3: Body image with Lottie Drynan from Tummy Diaries

    30:00

    When you have IBS you relationship with your body is not normally very good. People will often say they feel 'fat' and 'frumpy' as their bloating expands up and down all day. And, let's be honest, the barage of 'perfect' body images on social media does not help the situation. In this episode, Kirsten Jackson, The IBS Dietitian speaks to Lottie Drynan, founder of The Tummy Diaries and My Bloated Wardrobe. Lottie uses her Instagram account to normalise bloating and to teach us how to love our body no matter what shape it is. AND she has a following of 185k which shows how much of an issue this is! Do not forget to download the free low FODMAP guide by clicking here. Thank you to our sponsor Bay's Kitchen, you can find out more about their products https://www.bayskitchen.com/low-fodmap-diet/
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    #S3E2: What actually is IBS and how do you get diagnosed?

    22:09

    We throw around the terminology of IBS quite a bit but do we actually understand what IBS is? Most people feel that when they get diagnosed with IBS that they didn't diagnosed with a 'real' condition. But actually this is not the case and it is key to understand the condition in order to control it and move forward. In this episode, The IBS Dietitian Kirsten Jackson will define what IBS the symptoms you should expect and how to get an accurate diagnosis. Do not forget to download the free low FODMAP guide by clicking here. Thank you to our sponsor Bay's Kitchen, you can find out more about their products https://www.bayskitchen.com/low-fodmap-diet/
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    #S3E1: Spot light interview with Bay Burdette - founder of Bay's Kitchen

    23:43

    Pre-made sauces usually contain onion, garlic and other high FODMAP ingredients which means that you usually have to make everything from scratch when on the low FODMAP diet. Luckily there is another option as Bay's Kitchen produces a huge range of suitable, low FODMAP certified options for you to enjoy. In this episode The IBS Dietitian Kirsten Jackson will be chatting to the founder of Bay's Kitchen to find out how this idea came about and how on earth she comes up with so many tasty sauces! Do not forget to download the free low FODMAP guide by clicking here. Thank you to our sponsor Bay's Kitchen, you can find out more about their products https://www.bayskitchen.com/low-fodmap-diet/

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