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Up to 20% of the population have IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), which often results in embarrassment, withdrawal from social and recreational activities and difficulties in relationships. Positive and empowering, IBS – Dietary Advice to Calm Your Gut by leading experts Alex Gazzola and Julie Thompson, gives the reader the information and insight to fully thrive despite your IBS. It explores a history of changes in the way we eat and asks whether modern diet may be responsible for ‘gut problems’? It also covers lifestyle tips, managing stress, getting exercise, working, resting and playing well! Topics include: causes, history, psychological elements and diet plans to really make you get the most out of meals free from pain and discomfort.

Alex Gazzola is a journalist and author who has been specialising in gut health and food sensitivities for over a decade. He writes widely for the national and international press, and is author of several books, including Coeliac Disease: What you need to know, and Living with Food Intolerance, both for Sheldon Press. Julie Thompson is a talkhealth expert and blogger and is a registered dietitian with a specialism in inflammatory and functional gut disorders and ‘free from’ diets for food intolerances and allergies. She is an adviser to the IBS Network and runs the Calm Gut Clinic.

IBS: Dietary Advice to Calm Your Gut is published by Sheldon Press on 16 November 2017. Sheldon Press has been publishing books to make you feel better for over 25 years.

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