Digestive Health Program

Digestive Health Program

At Nootric, we understand that your digestions are unique and need an individualized approach.

What does the Digestive Health program include?

<span class='has-text-weight-bold'>Personalized nutrition program</span>

Personalized nutrition program

With a multitude of plans that are tailored to each person's circumstances, we will work together to improve your digestion, with plans that address different situations:

  • Inflammatory bowel disease (crohn's and ulcerative colitis).
  • Irritable bowel syndrome.
  • Different intolerances (lactose, sorbitol, fructose...).
  • Alterations of the microbiota, dysbiosis, SIBO.
<span class='has-text-weight-bold'>Qualified nutritionists</span>

Qualified nutritionists

At your disposal from Monday to Saturday, specialized in digestive disorders, who will accompany you throughout the whole process. In addition, you will acquire the necessary knowledge that will allow you to know yourself and the tolerance levels of different foods, in case this is the problem. Our nutrition professionals use cognitive-behavioral techniques to help you learn about your diet and improve your relationship with food.

Easy and comfortable from your mobile, with <span class='has-text-weight-bold'>the best app</span> where you will find

Easy and comfortable from your mobile, with the best app where you will find

  • Weekly meal plans with simple and delicious recipes.
  • Workouts that you can do at home without equipment.
  • Grocery list for the supermarket.
  • Tutorials, guides, challenges and videos with didactic material.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is nutrition important for digestive health?

The digestive health program offered by Nootric is based on the fundamental idea that nutrition plays a crucial role in the health of the digestive system. Proper nutrition can not only alleviate the symptoms of digestive disorders, but also maintain the balance of the gut microbiota, prevent nutritional deficiencies and optimize overall health, thus improving the quality of life of people affected by these conditions.

Digestive health and microbiota balance

Digestive health and the balance of the gut microbiota are fundamental aspects of nutrition and the overall well-being of the body. The gut microbiota is composed of billions of microorganisms that interact with our digestive system and play key roles in nutrient absorption, metabolism and protection against pathogens. Imbalances in the composition and diversity of the microbiota, known as dysbiosis, as well as overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine (SIBO), have been linked to various digestive conditions, such as chronic diarrhea, abdominal bloating and general discomfort as well as an association with various diseases, such as inflammatory bowel diseases, obesity, diabetes and mood disorders.
Scientific research has shown that dietary changes can rapidly alter the composition of the microbiota, underscoring the importance of adopting healthy eating habits. A balanced diet rich in fiber promotes microbial diversity and favors the growth of beneficial bacteria, such as bifidobacteria and lactobacilli. However, it is important to keep in mind that each person is unique and may have individual characteristics and conditions that require a personalized and appropriate nutritional approach to achieve the most effective intervention.

Food intolerances

Food intolerances, such as lactose, sorbitol or fructose intolerance, can cause uncomfortable digestive symptoms such as bloating, diarrhea or discomfort. Nootric's digestive health program offers personalized dietary guidelines to identify and avoid problem foods, as well as recommendations for suitable substitutes to maintain balanced nutrition and avoid nutritional deficiencies.

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Inflammatory bowel disease encompasses chronic conditions such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. These inflammatory diseases affect the digestive tract and can cause debilitating symptoms such as abdominal pain, chronic diarrhea, rectal bleeding and weight loss. Nootric's digestive health program offers specific approaches to help relieve symptoms, control inflammation and improve the quality of life for people suffering from these diseases.

Irritable bowel syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common chronic condition that affects the normal functioning of the intestine. It is characterized by recurrent abdominal pain, bloating, changes in bowel movement patterns and general discomfort. Nootric's digestive health program focuses on specific dietary strategies, such as identifying trigger foods, modifying fiber intake and incorporating probiotics, with the goal of reducing symptoms and improving quality of life for people with IBS.
In some digestive conditions the FODMAP diet has been shown to be effective in alleviating symptoms and improving the quality of life of affected individuals. The FODMAP (fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols) diet is a dietary approach that restricts certain fermentable carbohydrates that can cause gastrointestinal symptoms in some people.
Nootric's digestive health program offers personalized dietary guidelines that may include the FODMAP diet, among other approaches, to identify and avoid problem foods and reduce digestive symptoms. These guidelines also include recommendations for appropriate substitutes to maintain balanced nutrition and avoid nutritional deficiencies.
Nootric offers educational resources such as videos, guides and challenges that will allow you to learn which foods are best suited to you, taking into account your food tolerance levels. These resources are designed to help you regenerate, if necessary, your mucous membranes and significantly improve your quality of life.


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