A 360 holistic approach to relieving the symptoms of IBS
Gut health dietetics
Access to our IBS community for continued support and advice
Your IBS recovery journey starts here!
Following an official IBS diagnosis from your GP, and on completion of your IBS risk analysis, (free IBS Risk Score available via link above) you will be emailed your report and will then be asked to book your pre-assessment consultation.
During your pre-assessment consultation, a dedicated member of our UCU Team will delve a little deeper into your personal experience with IBS; your symptoms, triggers, and assess your specific requirements and eligibility to ensure we are the correct fit for each other.
Our IBS Recovery Pathways
Our Ultimate pathway is our exclusive 1-2-1 IBS recovery plan. It is tailored to meet your specific and individual health needs, while offering optimum flexibility to fit in with your hectic lifestyle. In addition to two nutritional consultations, personalised dietetics, stress management and movement classes, our Ultimate plan will investigate your personal IBS in far greater depth. We will conduct a medical review, full body composition analysis, an omega 3/ 6 balance test and also a seven day nutritional analysis to get to the very core of how you and your body work.
Sometimes, the path to change requires a little extra support from other individuals that are also embarking on that same journey. Our Elite pathway is ideal if you prefer working in a small group environment. On this pathway you will still benefit from 1-2-1 consultations and medical reviews and be fully supported by our trained educators, but you will share the live learning and coaching element of the course with a group up to five other IBS sufferers.
However, we want you to feel you have full control of your learning experience and are therefore able to access this mini support group at your own desired level, or for different modules, or not at all. You really can decide what works best for you.
Whichever IBS recovery pathway you choose, our gut health team at UCU are here to help you.
Adults have IBS
1 in 5
Suffer from IBS
1 in 6
School children report IBS symptoms