Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Crohn’s Disease

Crohn's Disease Support

Nutritional Support

Working from clinically researched dietary templates we can support your digestive system and move towards remission.

Crohn’s Specific Supplements

Targeted supplement protocols to address the underlying imbalance.

Gut Health Tests

Taking a deeper dive into levels of inflammation and the balance of your gut microbiome (the bacteria) to support your digestive system in the best possible way.

Crohn’s Disease is one of the two major chronic inflammatory bowel diseases, the other being Ulcerative Colitis.

The most common symptoms are:
  • persistent diarrhoea
  • abdominal pain and cramping
  • blood in the stool
  • weight loss
  • fever
As well as:
  • feeling sick (nausea)
  • joint pain
  • inflammation in the eye
  • mouth ulcers
  • rashes on the legs (erythema nodosum)

Support for Crohn’s Disease

While we cannot technically say we can cure Crohn’s Disease, the approach is aimed at supporting your body to achieve and sustain a state of remission.


While diet is the main focus there isn’t a one size fits all approach. Clinically researched dietary templates are used and adjusted to the individual.

Reduce Oxidative Stress

Increased oxidation may contribute to injury to tissue is Crohn’s. By supporting our natural antioxidant defenses, we aim to reduce tissue injury and support healing.

Mucosal Healing

Supporting the lining of the gut (the mucosa) has been associated with reduced disease activity, longer duration of remission, and a decreased need for surgery.

Correct Nutrient Deficiencies

As the gut lining is often compromised in Crohn’s absorption of key nutrients may be impaired which may alter the disease.

Gut Health Testing

Additional testing can offer the most comprehensive insight into the digestive system.

These offer actionable information to help us understand what’s happening inside the digestive system on a bacterial and immunological level.

The following are tests that can help with offering a clear insight into the digestive system.

  • Vitamin D – A key nutrient to support the gut lining.
  • SIBO Breath Test – Approximately 30% of those with Crohn’s also have a bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine known as SIBO.
  • Microbiome analysis – The composition of the bacteria in the large intestine can offer insight and guidance on how to approach your condition.
  • Food intolerances – The removal of IgG food intolerances can improve symptoms and lead to longer periods of time spent in remission.

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