Kirsten Jackson: BDA-Registered Freelance Dietitian, King St, Manchester M2 4NG, UK

Private Practice Dietitian: King Street, Manchester M2 4NG, United Kingdom

Bsc Honours Dietetics RD mBDA

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Kirsten Jackson a specialist dietitian and founder of The Food Treatment Clinic which specialises in digestive health and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.

Kirsten first became interested in the interaction and management of medical conditions through diet when trying to control her own gut health and PCOS symptoms.

After qualifying as a registered dietitian, Kirsten specialised in these two areas she was most passionate about and worked within both private and NHS hospitals across the UK.

Kirsten decided to open her own practise in 2014 after finding that there was a need to provide a much higher level of support and advice to individuals in order to help them manage their own conditions successfully.

Since 2014, The Food Treatment Clinic has now grown to provide online services, paediatric specialist dietetics as well as the traditional 1-2-1 clinic practise for adults.

Through her own personal experience and client feedback, Kirsten has managed to build a a unique practise where clients feel 110% supported. This way of working has allowed her to achieve life changing results for clients.

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The Food Treatment Clinic

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  • CHARITABLE SECTOR
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  • Corporate Health
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  • FOOD
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Clinical Expertise

  • Coeliac disease
  • Elderly
  • FODMAP
  • Health Promotion / Public Health / Mother and Child
  • Healthy Eating / Lifestyle / Behaviour / Wellness
  • IBS
  • PCOS
  • Teenagers / Child Nutrition
  • allergies
  • attention deficit disorder
  • autism
  • blenderised / texture-modified diets
  • early years nutrition
  • fatty liver
  • food sensitivities
  • food/recipes
  • functional foods
  • fussy eater
  • gut health
  • hyperactivity
  • liver
  • medical nutrition
  • metabolic health
  • metabolic syndrome
  • paediatric
  • recipe development
  • weight management
  • women's health

Geographical Areas Covered

  • East Anglia
  • East Midlands
  • Europe
  • Greater London
  • Home Counties
  • International
  • Ireland
  • Isle of Wight
  • North East
  • North Wales
  • North West
  • Northern Ireland
  • Scotland
  • South East
  • South Wales
  • South West
  • UK
  • West Midlands

Products by Kirsten Jackson

The ‘Get Control’ Online Low FODMAP IBS Course
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Recent Posts from Kirsten Jackson's Blog

Low FODMAP Snack – ‘Magnum’ Bites

26 May 2020

Do you find it difficult to find sweet, low FODMAP snacks? I hear you! Foods like milk chocolate, cereal bars, cakes and biscuits are generally all high FODMAP. So, you need to find a low FODMAP, snack alternative. This recipe is one of my favourites, but I do feel guilty calling it a ‘recipe’ as…

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Is Sourdough Bread Low FODMAP?

17 May 2020

You may be wondering if sourdough bread is low FODMAP? Bread is staple part of the diet you will likely miss when doing the low FODMAP process. In this article I will explain which breads you CAN have. Although many breads contain high FODMAP ingredients such as honey, apple and inulin, there are also suitable…

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Coronavirus and IBS – are you more at risk?

18 March 2020

This is a worrying and anxious time for all. Many of you have been messaging me asking if your IBS will increase your risk of coronavirus and what can you do about it. With lots of inaccurate information out there, I thought I would write this blog post on the topic of IBS and coronavirus….

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What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

28 February 2020

You just got diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome, but what is this?  It will seem like you don’t really have a diagnosis at all. Or perhaps you will be confused because the doctor could not find anything wrong with you. Welcome to the 1 in 10 club!  In this post, I will answer the questions…

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Will Iberogast Help IBS Symptoms?

21 February 2020

Your doctor or dietitian may have suggested you trial Iberogast to help with your IBS symptoms. But what is this and will it actually work? In this article, I am going to look at the science behind Iberogast in IBS to find out if it will help your IBS symptoms. Or is it just another…

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Peppermint Oil Capsules and IBS – Do They Actually Work?

20 February 2020

Do peppermint oil capsules actually work for IBS? This is a question I get asked all the time. Peppermint oil capsules are commonly recommended by doctors and dietitians. You will probably be hoping that this naturally remedy actually works and is not just a fad. In the post I am going to explain how peppermint…

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Food Chemical Intolerance and IBS

14 February 2020

You may have a food chemical intolerance and not IBS. This type of intolerance causes similar symptoms but the triggers are different. In this article, I will explain to you what a food chemical intolerance is and how you can diagnose it. The good news is that if you have a food intolerance, you will…

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Sugar and IBS

07 February 2020

You will likely have heard the claims around sugar being a trigger for IBS. You may have tried a sugar free diet to help your IBS symptoms. The term ‘sugar’ refers to several different molecules. Not all ‘sugar’ will cause your IBS symptoms, only those which you are intolerant to. In this article, I am…

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Oregano Oil and IBS

31 January 2020

You may have read that oregano oil can help IBS. You will want to trial this claimed remedy as anything natural is a bonus right? In this article, I will cover what oregano oil is, if it helps IBS and whether you should be taking it or not.  What Is Oregano Oil? It is likely…

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IBS and Vitamin D – Is There a Link?

24 January 2020

Both vitamin D deficiency and IBS are common conditions . Around 1 in 5 people have a vitamin D deficiency and 1 in 10 have IBS (1 ). So, it wouldn’t be surprising if you have both IBS and a vitamin D deficiency. You may be wondering is there a link between the 2 or…

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The Modified FODMAP Diet

12 January 2020

You have just finished the low FODMAP reintroduction phase and are now wondering what to do. It is time for the modified FODMAP diet! This personalised low FODMAP diet is the long-term element of this diet. This is when you eat relatively normal and exclude only your known triggers. In this article, I will explain…

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Low FODMAP Christmas Stuffing Recipe

16 December 2019

If you are on the low FODMAP diet then there is no need to miss out on your favourite festive food this year. I have been playing around in the kitchen to bring you this low FODMAP stuffing. Is Stuffing Low FODMAP? Stuffing is not normally low FODMAP. When made traditionally, stuffing contains a base…

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How Does Stress Affect IBS?

10 December 2019

Have you noticed that stress can affect your IBS? You may find that stress causes bloating, stomach pain and diarrhoea. But why is this and what can you do about it? The body’s response to stress is part of a natural survival mechanism known as the fight or flight response. This response is designed to…

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What is the difference between IBS and IBD?

22 November 2019

What is the difference between IBS and IBD? Do you know? You should do! Whilst these two conditions sound similar in name, they are very different. It is good to have an understanding of the difference to make sure your condition is managed safely. In this post I will outline the difference between IBS and…

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Everything You Want to Know About IBS – Signs, Symptoms, Causes and Treatments

15 November 2019

If you have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) you will know that it is a complicated condition. It is a disease of the gut-brain axis. However, you are not alone as around 1 in 10 people have IBS, making it quite a common problem (1 ). Symptoms vary in severity and type. What Are the Signs…

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Do Bananas Cause Constipation?

08 November 2019

One of the most popular questions I get asked is ‘do bananas cause constipation?’ Your friends may have even told you to eat bananas to help with constipation. ‘It thickens up your poop.’ This is confusing information since bananas can also be high in FODMAPs. They can worsen IBS right? In this article I am…

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Could My IBS Be Bile Acid Malabsorption

01 November 2019

Bile Acid Malabsorption (BAM) is a condition which is often misdiagnosed as IBS. At least 1 in 100 people have BAM (1 ). If you have IBS which is sensitive to fat then you may BAM. In this article I will explain what BAM is and the common symptoms. I will also guide you on…

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Can Hypothyroidism Cause IBS?

25 October 2019

You may be wondering if your hypothyroidism is causing your IBS. It is only natural to feel there may be a link. Many of the symptoms of having an under active thyroid are similar to IBS. You may notice that your IBS symptoms improve as your thyroid levels are treated. In this post I am…

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How Does Menopause Affect IBS?

18 October 2019

Have you noticed that your IBS is worse during menopause? You may be wondering how does menopause affect IBS? Menopause causes many unpleasant symptoms as your body goes through a period of hormonal changes. One of these symptoms is the worsening of your digestion. In this article I will explain why and how menopause affects…

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Supplements For IBS

11 October 2019

The idea of taking a simple supplement to help your IBS sounds ideal right? Well, this can now be reality. In this article I am going to cover my top supplements which have all been proven to work. How To Take Supplements Although it can be tempting to just take all of them, please do…

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