It's easy to forget that we are all perfect in our own design. Sometimes we muck it up with habits and choices that do not serve us. 

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Sophie Bertrand is a Registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr) with a BSc Psychology degree, an MSc in Clinical Nutrition, and is the founder of Sophie’s Healthy Kitchen. She has also obtained a diploma in Nutritional Interventions for Eating Disorders accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and an additional diploma in Intuitive...

Sophie Bertrand is a Registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr) with a BSc Psychology degree, an MSc in Clinical Nutrition, and is the founder of Sophie’s Healthy Kitchen. She has also obtained a diploma in Nutritional Interventions for Eating Disorders accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and an additional diploma in Intuitive Eating. Sophie has worked with leading brands in the food industry and currently works with clients in a 1-1 setting at the Rhitrition clinic on Harley St in London.

Bari Stricoff is a Registered Dietitian (RD) from New York, who moved to London to complete her Masters in Eating Disorders and Clinical Nutrition at University College London (UCL). Passionate about an all-foods-fit mentality and making a healthy lifestyle achievable, Bari works with various companies and brands to help spread this message throughout her career as a dietitian. She also works full-time in a health-tech start-up that is devoted to helping others achieve positive behavior changes and reduce the risk for chronic disease.

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A guide to getting through the holiday season with IBS

IBS

Dietitian, Bari Stricoff, and Nutritionist, Sophie Bertrand - authors of the much-anticipated, no-nonsense guide to health & nutrition, Forking Wellness: Your No-Nonsense Guide to Health and Nutrition, & co-hosts of the Forking Wellness podcast - give us the low-down on getting through the holiday without IBS ruining play. 

It’s normal for our eating patterns to change over the festive season. We eat foods we’re not used to eating year-round, such as mince pies, and our alcohol consumption may increase. Routines change, and depending on our holiday situation, we may have less control over our food choices. And that’s okay… food is a normal part of celebrating with friends and family! But, for those suffering from IBS, a disruption to your routine and eating habits may lead to exacerbated symptoms. Here are 10 tips that can help:

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