Ruth Harvie
Ruth Harvie
Assistant Professor in Human Nutrition
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Long-term irritable bowel syndrome symptom control with reintroduction of selected FODMAPs
RM Harvie, AW Chisholm, JE Bisanz, JP Burton, P Herbison, K Schultz, ...
World journal of gastroenterology 23 (25), 4632, 2017
Allogenic fecal microbiota transplantation in patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease improves abnormal small intestinal permeability: a randomized control trial
L Craven, A Rahman, SN Parvathy, M Beaton, J Silverman, K Qumosani, ...
American Journal of Gastroenterology 115 (7), 1055-1065, 2020
“We are what our bacteria eat”: The role of bacteria in personalizing nutrition therapy in gastrointestinal conditions
R Harvie, R Walmsley, M Schultz, ...
Journal of gastroenterology and hepatology 32 (2), 352-357, 2017
A reduction in FODMAP intake correlates strongly with a reduction in IBS symptoms–The FIBS study.
R Harvie
University of Otago, 2014
Evaluation of lactulose, lactose, and fructose breath testing in clinical practice: A focus on methane
RM Harvie, CJ Tuck, M Schultz
JGH Open 4 (2), 198-205, 2020
Using the human gastrointestinal microbiome to personalize nutrition advice: Are registered dietitian nutritionists ready for the opportunities and challenges?
R Harvie, RM Chanyi, JP Burton, M Schultz
Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 117 (12), 1865-1869, 2017
A reduction in FODMAP intake correlates strongly with a reduction in IBS symptoms-The FIBS study
M Schultz, R Harvie, A Chisholm
Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology 28, 352-353, 2013
Quality of life in postostomy surgery patients: A cross‐sectional survey
K Aluzaite, JW Nuttall, M O'Connor, R Harvie, M Schultz
JGH Open 4 (5), 987-994, 2020
Examining the day to day effect of varying FODMAP content on the microbiota: A case study of an IBS patient and a healthy control.
R Harvie, J Macklaim, J Burton, A Rahman, M Schultz
Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice & Research 79 (3), 2018
Dietary intake in irritable bowel syndrome and its effect on the microbiota
RM Harvie
University of Otago, 2018
A Reduction in FODMAP Intake Correlates Strongly with a Reduction in IBS Symptoms: The FIBS Study: a Thesis Submitted for the Degree of Master of Science at the University of …
R Harvie
University of Otago, 2013
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