Dr Georgina Williams has experience in public and private practice dietetics. She completed a PhD investigating wholegrains and fibre in gastrointestinal health and diseases. Georgina bring expertise in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NALFD) and metabolic syndrome from her research into these conditions. Her other interest area is using whole foods for improving gut health. Georgina is available for gastro dietetics video consultations.

Dr Kerith Duncanson brings 30 years of dietetics experience and extensive digestive health research to our team. She specialises in functional gut conditions (irritable bowel syndrome, dyspepsia) and using dietary approaches to resolve complex, longstanding gut symptoms like diarrhoea, constipation, bloating, wind and pain. Kerith has published extensively and is the author of these peer-reviewed publications. Kerith is available for gastro dietetics video consultations

HELPING YOU TO IMPROVED GUT HEALTH


Our gastro dietitians are all about helping you to set and strive towards your food and nutrition goals. We want food to help you improve your quality of life – not to be a stress or hindrance.


Our gastro dietitians focus on gut symptoms and conditions. They specialise in translating the latest evidence and research into practical, personalised dietary advice and strategies.


We conduct our appointments face-to-face in Charlestown (Newcastle, NSW) or via video. Our video consultations enable us to assist people from most locations throughout Australia.


Congratulations to our dietitian Georgina presenting her research on the world stage at Digestive Disease Week 2024 in Washington DC.

#DDW2024 @ddwmeeting

Congratulations to our dietitian Georgina presenting her research on the world stage at Digestive Disease Week 2024 in Washington DC.

#DDW2024 @ddwmeeting

Congratulations to our dietitian Kerith and her team for acceptance of a poster presentation at Digestive Disease Week 2024 in Washington DC.

#DDW2024 @ddwmeeting

Congratulations to our dietitian Kerith and her team for acceptance of a poster presentation at Digestive Disease Week 2024 in Washington DC.

#DDW2024 @ddwmeeting

Dietary fibre is our gut microbes favourite food, however just like us, they also need variety in their diets! 

Polyphenols, vitamins and minerals and some fatty acids are also enjoyed by the gut bacteria, and so including foods rich in these nutrients, as well as fibre-rich foods, is key to supporting our gut bacteria. 

The good news is that most foods rich in dietary fibre are also rich in these nutrients e.g. nuts and seeds provide fatty acids and fibre, red and purple foods provide polyphenols and fibre and wholegrains provide B vitamins and fibre.

Aiming to include a diverse range of fruits, grains, nuts, seeds and vegetables across the week is a good goal to keep your gut microbes well-fed e.g choose tricolour quinoa, mixed nuts, colourful salads, muesli with mixed nuts and seeds and fruit salads.

#guthealth #guthealthdietitian #gastrodietitian

Dietary fibre is our gut microbes favourite food, however just like us, they also need variety in their diets!

Polyphenols, vitamins and minerals and some fatty acids are also enjoyed by the gut bacteria, and so including foods rich in these nutrients, as well as fibre-rich foods, is key to supporting our gut bacteria.

The good news is that most foods rich in dietary fibre are also rich in these nutrients e.g. nuts and seeds provide fatty acids and fibre, red and purple foods provide polyphenols and fibre and wholegrains provide B vitamins and fibre.

Aiming to include a diverse range of fruits, grains, nuts, seeds and vegetables across the week is a good goal to keep your gut microbes well-fed e.g choose tricolour quinoa, mixed nuts, colourful salads, muesli with mixed nuts and seeds and fruit salads.

#guthealth #guthealthdietitian #gastrodietitian

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By cutting through the overwhelming food, diet and nutrition information that has confused you for so long, we help you focus whatever energy and time you have on your ‘best bets’ – what is most likely to work well for you, now and into the future.

 

Our gastro dietitians are experienced in working with clients to manage gut symptoms and conditions. Our gastro dietetic services range from helping you improve fibre and prebiotics intake through to supporting people with IBD, coeliac disease or IBS and functional dyspepsia to reduce symptoms, achieve dietary balance and improve quality of life.

 

This gastro dietetic consulting work complements Dr Kerith Duncanson’s and Dr Georgina William’s research work in gastrointestinal nutrition and functional gut disorders.