Natasha Haskey

Written by Natasha Haskey

Natasha Haskey is a Registered Dietitian and PhD student at The Centre for Microbiome and Inflammatory Research at the University of British Columbia – Okanagan (Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada). Her research work focuses on how dietary factors influence the gut microbiome, immune system and clinical disease in inflammatory bowel diseases. She is the co-author of the textbook Gut Microbiota: Interactive Effects on Nutrition and Health, which focuses on the gut microbiome as it relates to nutrition. Follow Natasha on Twitter @nhaskeyRD

The use of complementary alternative medicine (CAM) is common among patients living with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). For the purpose of this article, CAM is defined as therapies that go beyond traditional pharmacological approaches. Patients turn to CAM for many reasons, but most commonly the patient is either unhappy with their current treatment or is looking for a more holistic…

Natasha Haskey
Natasha Haskey is a Registered Dietitian and PhD student at The Centre for Microbiome and Inflammatory Research at the University of British Columbia – Okanagan (Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada). Her research work focuses on how dietary factors influence the gut microbiome, immune system and clinical disease in inflammatory bowel diseases. She is the co-author of the textbook Gut Microbiota: Interactive Effects on Nutrition and Health, which focuses on the gut microbiome as it relates to nutrition. Follow Natasha on Twitter @nhaskeyRD

The use of complementary alternative medicine (CAM) is common among patients living with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). For the purpose of this article, CAM is defined as therapies that go beyond traditional pharmacological approaches. Patients turn to CAM for many reasons, but most commonly the patient is either unhappy with their current treatment or is looking for a more holistic…

Natasha Haskey
Natasha Haskey is a Registered Dietitian and PhD student at The Centre for Microbiome and Inflammatory Research at the University of British Columbia – Okanagan (Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada). Her research work focuses on how dietary factors influence the gut microbiome, immune system and clinical disease in inflammatory bowel diseases. She is the co-author of the textbook Gut Microbiota: Interactive Effects on Nutrition and Health, which focuses on the gut microbiome as it relates to nutrition. Follow Natasha on Twitter @nhaskeyRD