Author Archives: Catherine Hogan

5 Retro (and Gut-Friendly) Foods Making a Comeback   Many of the foods of yesteryear are growing in popularity, as people look for affordable and nostalgic options that bring comfort and offer possible health benefits to help them manage their budgets.   To mark the 25th year of Love Your Gut Week (18th-24th September), food writer and […]

5 Gut Health Trend Predictions from Dietitian Jo Travers for Love Your Gut Week 2023   Jo Travers, Dietitian for Love Your Gut looks into the future to share her top 5 gut health trend predictions. From personalised nutrition being used to improve gut health, to faecal transplants playing a role in treating diseases, and […]

Six New Gut-Friendly Recipes from Dr Joan Ransley for Love Your Gut Week Understanding your gut can be confusing, particularly when it comes to what to eat and which ingredients can support and improve digestive health. To help, Love Your Gut Week (18-24 September) has partnered with author and writer Dr Joan Ransley to share […]

Top 5 Ways to Look After Gut Health Advice from Karen Canning, National PRO, Irish General Practice Nurses Educational Association (IGPNEA) & Love Your Gut spokesperson  Although knowing how to look after your digestive health can seem confusing, making small changes to your diet and lifestyle can make a big difference. From choosing the right […]

25 years of Love Your Gut Week As this year marks 25 years of celebrating Love Your Gut Week, we’ll be exploring key gut health milestones from throughout the past quarter century, looking at predictions for the future and, of course, sharing expert tips from dietitian Jo Travers, and new gut friendly recipes from Dr Joan […]

Gut Friendly Foods from Around the World Here at Love Your Gut, we’re taking you on a journey to inspire you with a range of gut-loving foods from around the world. Maintaining a healthy gut is integral to our overall health and wellbeing. There are many lifestyle factors which we can alter to improve our […]

     National Allotment Week Let’s dig into the benefits of gardening! If you’re not a regular gardener, it’s time to dust off your shovel, spades and forks because from 7-13 August, The National Allotment Society is encouraging us to embrace the benefits of allotment gardening. Interested in growing your own fruit, vegetables and herbs but […]

Cycle to Work Day  This year, National Cycle to Work Day takes place on 3 August.  Here at ‘Love Your Gut’ we are always looking to try new things, especially if it helps us to keep our gut healthy. In our information pack, Personal Trainer Sophie Christy advises us to try different activities to get […]

Veg Power We’ve all heard the old wives tale “carrots make you see in the dark”, but what does make veggies so great? Love them or loathe them, it’s safe to say we all know we should be eating vegetables! They’re jam-packed with lots of essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants which all play a really […]