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Oxford Gastro Dietitians provides dietary advice and support regarding the management of a range of gastrointestinal conditions.

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We know that no two digestive systems are the same. Dietary advice is tailored to your symptoms, medical history, concerns and preferences.


Support doesn't stop after your consultation. Email support between appointments is included within some of our packages so you don't need to wait until your next appointment to have your questions answered.

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Knowledge certainly is power. Advice is based upon evidence based knowledge and experience to empower you in managing your gastrointestinal condition.

Gut Health Quiz

What Do My Results Mean?


  • 36-45: Keep going! You have adopted some very positive habits for long term gut health!

  • 26-35: You have a solid foundation to build upon if you want to further improve your gut health

  • 11-25: Your on the right track; some adjustments to your diet and lifestyle would be beneficial

  • 0-10: It might be time to consider adopting some changes to improve your long term gut health 



Oxford Gastro Dietitians was set up in order to support adults with the management of their Gastrointestinal symptoms through dietary manipulation.

We specialise in a range of upper and lower Gastro intestinal conditions including but not restricted to Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Reflux, Gastroparesis, Coeliac Disease, Bowel Motility Disorders, Stoma Management, Slow Transit Constipation, Bile Acid Malabsorption and more.

At Oxford Gastro Dietitians you get the knowledge and collaboration of two experienced gastroenterology dietitians about your case to ensure high quality, evidence based and professional advice.

Our advice is based upon up-to-date evidence and professional consensus opinion.

Meet your Dietitian


Making dietary changes can have a beneficial impact upon gastrointestinal symptoms and many conditions.

Dietitians use up-to-date scientific, evidence-based research to assess, diagnose and treat diet and nutrition related problems.

Having guidance and support from a competent Dietitian can ensure that dietary interventions are carried out safely, both for short and long term health.

The name ‘Dietitian’ is a legally protected title that can only be used by a suitably qualified professional. Dietitians should be registered with and regulated by the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC).


Mrs J Croft, Oxford

''I wish I had tried diet years ago for my IBS. The guidance given was thorough with good quality evidence to back up the advice. The approach was systematic, and I was given information on lots of additional useful resources. Highly recommended.''

Jim, Oxford

''I would like to put on record my thanks and appreciation after consulting Oxford Gastro Dieticians. I was suffering from mystifying digestive problems at the time. Tests showed nothing sinister was wrong with me, so I was advised to seek help from a dietician. I was offered consultations with Rosie Hogg, after filling in a food diary for a week. What struck me most was how detailed and careful she was when analysing my problem. It rapidly became clear to me that I was in very good hands. Since my consultation and her advice, my digestive problem has improved. But I won’t hesitate to return to Oxford Gastro if I need their specialist help again. I recommend them warmly.''

Androula, UK

''Prior to my consultation I was confused and overwhelmed post the diagnosis. I was struggling to understand the mechanics of my condition and how to make the necessary dietary changes. Catherine Nash skilfully guided me through my diagnosis what the impacts were in the immediate and long term . She provided me with clear advice and recommendations . The condition became less limiting less restrictive and ultimately I regained some control.''

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