Sian Shepherd is a UK dietitian registered with the Health and Care Professional Council (HCPC DT0247) and is a member of The British Dietetic Association (BDA) and the Gastroenterology, Parenteral and Enteral and Sports Nutrition specialist groups.
Andrew Millar is a UK Registered Medical Practitioner (GMC 3179372) and a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, Member of British Society of Gastroenterology, Member of British Association for the Study of the Liver, Member of the British Medical Association and Member of the UK Register of Expert Witnesses.
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The information contained is not intended to replace individualised medical or dietetic assessment or advice. You are strongly recommended to discuss any health or digestive concerns you have with your GP or another registered medical practitioner or your specialist dietitian.
Medicine and nutrition are also ever-evolving sciences that are constantly being updated based on ongoing research. Archived posts may not always contain the latest recommendations or information, despite our efforts to review them. Whilst we make every effort to ensure that the information on this website is correct, ‘begoodtoyourgut’, can make no warranty as to its accuracy, freedom from error or reliability.
.Always check with your GP or Dietitian before undertaking a dietary approach to your condition.
The blogs and tweets are written in association with Eddie Turner, an intern with the ‘Begoodtoyourgut’ team and a second year student dietitian at London Metropolitan University.
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Many recipes are based on an existing recipes found in cookery books or websites, the book/author/website will always be acknowledged.
Products from food suppliers will vary. It is your responsibility to ensure that the ingredients are free of gluten, lactose or other food allergens, when these are being excluded from the diet at the recommendation of your doctor or dietitian.
If recipes are marked as vegetarian or vegan, it remains your responsibility to check the ingredients are vegetarian/vegan.
Please be aware that manufacturers can and do regularly change their product ingredients at intervals, making a product no longer suitable.
If honey is used in a vegan recipe, then please use an alternate liquid sweetener such as maple syrup or agave nectar.
If a recipe contains milk it refers to cow’s milk and is not vegan and is therefore not suitable. If you are avoiding lactose or a milk protein, it will need to be replaced by either a calcium fortified soya, hazelnut or almond milk.
A big thank you to many of the amazing, highly professionaldietetic blogs, Sian and Eddie have had the privilege of reading over recent weeks, many of which are truly inspirational. A particularly big thanks to Nic of Nics Nutrition for allowing us to partially adapt the disclaimer from her website.
Many thanks also to David Shepherd of X-Designs who has been incredibly patient and supportive throughout in undertaking the design and development of this website and has kept his aunt smiling throughout!
Disclosure last updated October 2017