Bahee Van de Bor

Paediatric Dietitian

Bahee Van de Bor

Paediatric Dietitian

Bahee Van de Bor

Paediatric Dietitian



Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is thought of as a grown-up problem, but kids can have it too.

Did you know that the incidence of IBS in children is 15%?  The actual figures may be more as many children don’t get a timely diagnosis until their 20s or 30s! 

If suspect that your child may have IBS, then you are probably looking for help to manage IBS symptoms like:

  • tummy pain that your child says gets better after a poop
  • bloating with or without visible abdominal distention
  • excessive wind (passing lots of gas)
  • diarrhoea with urgency (+ nappy rash in young children)
  • or constipation with or without soiling.

Depending on the age of your child these symptoms may be affecting your child’s appetite, behaviour, sleep and how well they are able to engage in social activities.

My Children’s Gut Health Programme is the recommended treatment to manage your child’s symptoms.  My Kids Gut Health Programme (1-2-1) will help you to identify which foods are causing bloating, pain and tummy troubles for your child.

We will also focus on improving how regularly your child does a poop.

Meet Bahee Van de Bor

Paediatric Dietitian

Bahee is an award winning former Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s dietitian.  She practised there for 12 years before setting up her private clinic at Harley Street and virtually.

Bahee is professionally trained on the use of the low FODMAP diet with Monash University.

When you work with Bahee on the IBS Kids Programme, she will review any available investigations, blood results and complete a dietary assessment. 

She will also ask you and your child about their poop patterns.  If this sounds embarrassing, please do not worry. Bahee has worked with children for over 16 years and has always made children feel comfortable sharing this valuable information.

Client Testimonials

Diarrhoea stopped within 5 days

Bahee has been a breath of fresh air! We had been pushed from pillar to post by GP’s, hospitals and community health centers without getting anywhere nearer to understanding why our childs intolerances and allergies. Within a few short weeks we have made significant progress, both in terms of understanding a complex and multifaceted health issue, but also his bowel movements. Done via a combination of emails, Zoom meetings (with slides), the advice is compassionate and personal. Bahee will remember your child by name and his specific symptoms. Yuliya (parents of 7 year old boy)

Stomach pains reduced significantly

I reached out to Bahee for help as my son had regular light tummy pains.  Since working with her, his stomach pains have reduced significantly.   We also have a framework for dealing with problems in the future.  Bahee showed us how to work through different food groups to isolate the problem. Her manner with my son was excellent and made him feel very comfortable.  Tom Grunwald.

Results were clear to see within days!

Life was a struggle trying to get to the bottom of what was causing my son’s symptoms.  We attended the doctor numerous times but were not taken seriously.  I wasn’t sure that a paediatric dietitian was the right approach but since talking with Bahee, and going through my son’s symptoms and history, we eventually got to the bottom of what has been causing the problem. I followed the plan and the results were clear to see within days.  We feel that we have direction now. We no longer have to guess which foods do or do not agree with him, which is such a big weight off our shoulders. Now my child’s symptoms have resolved and he is also showing some weight gain.  Bahee listens to what you have to say and advises through her experience what may also be the best course of action to take.  Neeta, Google Review

Skin, reflux & tummy troubles disappeared

We contacted Bahee as we were struggling to introduce new foods to my 10 month old daughter (having tried for over 6 months). This was after a history of problems with formula and a non-IGE CMPA diagnosis on the NHS. Feeding was a daily challenge and it was upsetting to see my daughter suffering still with silent reflux, skin issues and tummy troubles. Bahee was amazing! She determined another allergy was at play and we swapped to formula number 14! I was very nervous about this due to the history but Bahee explained everything so well and gave me the confidence to do so. Within two weeks the reflux and skin issues disappeared and now slowly, following Bahee’s expert advice, we are introducing new foods in a controlled manner. Bahee’s knowledge is fantastic, her approach logical and she supports you the entire time (she even called the GP to ensure we got the formula quickly). I can’t thank her enough and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend her to others!  Alison, Google Review

It feels great to be in safe hands

We got in touch with Bahee as we were extremely worried about our daughter’s frequent bowel motions and facial rash.  Since working through the gut health programme, Bahee fine-tuned my diet (as my baby is breastfed). My daughter’s bowel movements have now reduced significantly to a normal rhythm.  She is also gaining weight.  Her skin is clearer and she no longer has facial rashes.  We count on Bahee and her regular updates to our nutritional plan.  It feels great to be in safe hands.  We are very pleased with the results we have achieved with Bahee.  We are counting on working together to ensure our daughter’s health and long-term eating habits. Maral, mother of infant

Can I test my child for IBS?

If your child’s predominant symptoms are bloating and diarrhoea with poor growth, then liaise with a paediatrician or gastroenterologist to screen for coeliac disease and other gastrointestinal conditions first.

Children with parental history of IBS and/or chronic pain are at increased risk of developing IBS in childhood.  If you suspect that your child has IBS, get a coeliac screen and book a complimentary call with me.

Other tests like hydrogen breath tests are not useful and should be used and interpreted with caution.  Instead, a personalised modified FODMAP diet is considered the most reliable way of assessing FODMAP tolerance to manage IBS related symptoms in children.

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