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Ep 2 Dr Jaci Barrett, IBS and Diet (Part 1)

Talking Gut with Dr Jim Kantidakis

Release Date: 08/20/2018

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Talking Gut with Dr Jim Kantidakis

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Jaci is an accredited practising dietitian who graduated in 2001 with a Masters of Nutrition & Dietetics. She spent the following five years working as a clinical dietitian in various metropolitan Melbourne hospitals and 12 months in the UK. This included experience in oncology, renal, gastroenterology, nutrition support and cardiac units. On her return, Jaci commenced her PhD at Monash University, Box Hill Hospital, with scholarship support from the Menzies Foundation.

Her thesis, entitled “The Role of FODMAPs in Gastrointestinal Disorders”, examined dietary triggers for gastrointestinal conditions

During her PhD tenure, Jaci was awarded the GESA Douglas Piper Young Investigator Award, Nutrition Society of Australia & New Zealand best oral presentation award,

AuSPEN David Russell Clinical Research Award, and Eastern Health research week best oral presentation award.

Jaci holds a position as Lecturer and research dietitian at Monash University, continuing her research into diet and gastrointestinal conditions,

To date she has published multiple research articles and frequently presents her research throughout Australia and overseas, including invitations to speak for corporations such as CCA (Crohn’s and Colitis Australia) and Yakult Australia.

Jaci continues to work for the Monash University FODMAP Research Team and is also a codirected of her company, Diet Solutions.

In our talk we discussed the low FODMAP diet, and the importance of seeing a dietician regarding changing diet. We had a lot of fun, and I actually learnt a bit more about the role of a dietician.

In this episode we discussed

 

Low FODMAP diet

 

What it is

 

How it was developed

 

Fructose malabsorption diet misconception

 

Touched on hydrogen breath testing

 

Fructose versus Lactose testing

 

Misunderstandings of the Low FODMAP diet.

 

The importance of seeing a dietician for individualised treatment

 

Stages of the FODMAP Diet

 

Are FODMAP foods damaging to the gut?

 

Some FODMAP food are good for gut health and gut bacteria

 

We talk about how gas is good !!