Exercise and nutrition is crucial in successful treatment of the gut.
I am passionate about how our physiology works and how we can manipulate it through our lifestyle and even the energy of our thoughts / beliefs. In 2015 I took my first qualification in SIBO (Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth) and IBS diagnoses at King's College London.
After completing all the modules of this qualification, I was invited to join them in other courses to share my expertise in exercise physiology and the impact that the right exercise protocol has for IBS patients during a nutritional treatment.
My analogy on how our guts respond to certain exercise protocols is simple: our guts work like a car engine. They absorb and create energy from the fuel (food) we eat. Depending on the speed we drive our car (body) and the quality of the fuel, we generate less or more residues (toxins). It’s these toxins which impact on the car’s performance and durability. It works the same way in our guts - the amount of exercise (speed of the car) and the type of food (the fuel) input is crucial for the success of any IBS treatment.
If you’re interested in my Kings College London lecture for your organisation, please do get in touch via the contact page.