NOTHING. HAPPENED. (Except I got increasingly annoyed and cash poor). I got so busy adding things on to my skin and into my body that I never once considered taking anything OUT…..of my diet. (Yes, I am actually a qualified dietitian). I only considered this after exhausting all other options. In my defence, I’d never had any food tolerance problems before. So long story short, dairy products turned out to be the culprit. I have no idea why a food group I had eaten for years suddenly caused a problem. But this much I learnt – until the trigger was removed, nothing else was going to help.
I meet many people who have tried numerous prescribed and over-the-counter products to help manage their IBS symptoms, and are frustrated that they are not helping.
But like my skin, if it’s something you’re eating that is causing your bowel symptoms, the only thing that is going to deal with the problem is to find the food culprit(s) and remove them from your diet.
And unlike how I dealt with my skin, finding the food culprits that are causing your IBS symptoms is carried out in a highly structured way (see IBS page). It’s not exactly a quick process, but I will endeavour to make the process as smooth as possible, so you get symptom relief as quickly as possible. And we can talk about products, if necessary, after that – no expensive mistakes.
https://www.katemcculla.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Skin2.png315560Kate McCullahttps://www.katemcculla.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/logo1.jpgKate McCulla2019-10-04 09:53:062019-10-04 14:13:07What has my face got to do with your IBS?