Mr. Joe Leech MSc Nutrition, Dietitian

Joe Leech

Joe Leech is a clinical Dietitian from Sydney, with a Master’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. He has spent the last decade reading, researching and writing about health and nutrition, especially autoimmune disease and food intolerance. He believes conventional medicine and natural medicine do not have to be mutually exclusive, and draws from the best of both areas when giving dietary advice to treat conditions.

Articles Joe has Published
Flexitarian Diet: Your Starter’s Guide
Flexitarian Diet: Your Starter’s Guide

While there are many health benefits to being vegetarian, some of us don't want to completely cut out meat. This is the idea behind the flexitarian diet, which reduces meat intake instead of avoiding it »

While there are many health benefits to being vegetarian, some of us don't want to completely cut out meat. This is the idea behind the flexitarian diet, which reduces meat intake instead of avoiding it altogether. This article discusses the potential benefits and risks of following a flexitarian diet to help you decide if it's a good plan for you. What Is a Flexitarian Diet? "Flexitarianism" is essentially..

Mr. Joe Leech · May 31st, 2018

Mr. Joe Leech · May 31st, 2018

Beginner’s Guide To Beating Pseudomembranous Colitis
Beginner’s Guide To Beating Pseudomembranous Colitis

Pseudomembranous colitis refers to inflammation in the gut that is associated with an overgrowth of C. diff bacteria. This condition can cause very uncomfortable gastrointestinal symptoms that are very »

Pseudomembranous colitis refers to inflammation in the gut that is associated with an overgrowth of C. diff bacteria. This condition can cause very uncomfortable gastrointestinal symptoms that are very serious if not managed properly. Unfortunately, pseudomembranous colitis is becoming more common with people often experiencing it more than once. This article explores what to eat and drink during a..

Mr. Joe Leech · May 31st, 2018

Mr. Joe Leech · May 31st, 2018

Coconut Oil vs Olive Oil vs Canola Oil?
Coconut Oil vs Olive Oil vs Canola Oil? New Study Finds Olive Oil Is Best,

A new Australian study could change the type of oils you use for cooking. Researchers found that extra virgin olive oil is the most stable and safest to use at high temperatures. Cooking with coconut oil »

A new Australian study could change the type of oils you use for cooking. Researchers found that extra virgin olive oil is the most stable and safest to use at high temperatures. Cooking with coconut oil was almost on par, however failed to come close when comparing levels of naturally occurring antioxidants. Seed oils (also called vegetable oils) such as canola oil, grapeseed and sunflower oil were..

Mr. Joe Leech · May 31st, 2018

Mr. Joe Leech · May 31st, 2018

The Best Diet for Gastroparesis (Delayed Gastric Emptying)
The Best Diet for Gastroparesis (Delayed Gastric Emptying)

Gastroparesis is a condition in which the food in your stomach empties at a delayed rate. This can cause uncomfortable gastrointestinal symptoms and even lead to malnutrition. While there are medical treatment »

Gastroparesis is a condition in which the food in your stomach empties at a delayed rate. This can cause uncomfortable gastrointestinal symptoms and even lead to malnutrition. While there are medical treatment options, a new diet is typically the most effective way to manage symptoms. This article looks at what is the best diet for gastroparesis based on current knowledge and evidence. It includes..

Mr. Joe Leech · April 30th, 2018

Mr. Joe Leech · April 30th, 2018