As the festive season arrives, Bowel & Cancer Research is delighted to team up with expert nutritionist Lily Soutter to provide the top tips you need to keep your gut healthy and happy for the new year.
Lily graduated from Newcastle University with a BSc (Hons) degree in Food and Human Nutrition (AfN accredited) where she was awarded with the Sage Faculty for Excellence Scholarship. She then went on to gain a Nutritional Therapy Diploma from the Institute of Optimum Nutrition.
Lily's extensive knowledge of the science of food and health, enables her to regularly write for The Times, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Independent, Women's Health and Cosmopolitan. Her frequent TV appearances include ITV’s prime time series Save Money: Lose Weight with Dr Ranj Singh.
Lily sees clients from her clinic in Chelsea and from the Portobello Clinic, a private medical practice based in Notting Hill.
Lily, like us, knows how difficult the festive season can be for people living with a bowel condition. So as part of our partnership, Lily will be giving advice for people for whom certain foods or ingredients cause digestive problems.
With her delicious alternatives she'll challenge some well known foodie bloggers to incorporate them into traditional recipes! Watch this space...
As the season to ‘eat, drink and be merry’ arrives, Lily offers some expert advice on how we can all keep our gut healthy and happy.Read more
Prepare this recipe the night before for a delicious grab-and-go breakfast.Read more
An indulgent dessert-like breakfast with a real Christmassy feel.Read more
What's more festive that a dollop of relish and this one has a real zing as well as a good festive "fridge life".Read more
Christmas is a time when everyone wants to get 'Merry'. This drink means you can still enjoy yourself without the fuzzy head.Read more
A desert that has all the Christmas flavours, but doesn't give your gut a Christmas hangover.Read more
This festively spiced loaf is an excellent breakfast option to have easily to hand when you are running around or need something quick and easy.Read more
Low Fodmap Gluten free mince pies. A sweet treat that is open to all.Read more
A fabulous winter warmer making use of vegetables that are languishing in the kitchen.Read more