Unlike what many think, we can eat sugar on the low Fodmap diet. A certain amount of table sugar is okay on the diet because it has equal quantities of fructose and glucose, and the glucose pulls the fructose, cell by cell, through the lining of the small intestine, so it is absorbed. If there […]
I eat vegetarian four times a week in order to eat a good balance of diverse protein sources without always resorting to meat. At this point, I have quite a repertoire of vegetarian meals that I default to when I am lacking creativity. Here are five of my favourites: Spinach and cheese quesadillas Fennel, brie […]
Have just one of these juicy meat burgers to stay within safe FODMAP limits. You can add a few more salad leaves on the side, if you like and a side dish of potato chips. If you have reflux, skip the tomato and replace it with extra sprouts. And it’s best not to salt the […]
Those of us with irritable bowel syndrome now know that we can find our trigger foods by implementing the 3 stages of the low Fodmap diet. But what about all those food you have removed in the past on your journey to finding the correct way to do this? All those foods that you still […]
Having to go to work every day while on the low Fodmap diet is challenging. But, like with all aspects of your life, it is doable. You need to put certain strategies in place to deal with the various different situations that crop up. Watch my video to learn what they are.
Last week, I listed my 6 most popular videos on IBS and the low Fodmap diet. This week I am sharing the 5 most popular low Fodmap recipes on my website with you. Low Fodmap bread I suppose this one shouldn’t surprise me since most of my clients are fixated on getting bread back into […]