Social media can be a great place to find out more about gut health. There are thousands of people who share their experience and knowledge of gut health, gut friendly and free-from recipe ideas and tips they’ve introduced to their diet or lifestyle to support their gut health.
We love looking to social media to get inspired and have pulled together lists of our favourite accounts, that could be a great addition to your ‘following’ list!
Top recipe accounts to follow
Navneeta Gough is a Health & Wellness advocate. Passionate about optimising health through food and creates delicious recipes. She shares her personal journey to health, on her Instagram feed.
Paige is a food blogger who has a colourful take on sweet treats ranging from breakfast to baked goodies. She also shares her IBS journey, on her Instagram feed.
Jade is a food and fitness blogger who enjoys treats with a healthy balanced diet and lifestyle. She shares a range of interesting and attractive recipes on her Instagram feed.
Get healthy with Laurann! Her Instagram feed is a delight for those who are looking to make great recipes with lots of green fruits and vegetables.
Discover some of the nicest sweet treats including brownies and pancakes with Millie. She inspires beginners to cook low-FODMAP recipes on her Instagram feed.
Check out Emma's gluten free and FODMAP friendly recipes - she bakes a range of sweet treats including pancakes, cookies and more.
Nichola is a dietitian who you may have seen on a range of TV programmes, she has featured on BBC Breakfast, ITV and Channel 4! She shares a wide range of healthy and nutritious recipes on her Instagram feed.
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