I have had irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) all my life but discovered the low Fodmap diet 7 or 8 years ago. Watch my video to see an update on where I am today with my symptoms, the diet and lifestyle factors that affect my IBS.
Even though you have irritable bowel syndrome, the chances that you have a problem malabsorbing all the Fodmap groups are very low. But you may be wondering what the statistics are for each group. Watch my video to find out.
Even though you have irritable bowel syndrome and are implementing the low Fodmap diet, you may still have a few random symptoms, and they could be caused by a reaction to the histamines in food. Watch my video to see if this could be an issue for you.
On Sunday I had friends around for lunch and I made this delicious bread and butter pudding cake that I found HERE. Even though I am okay with some lactose and wheat, you may not be so I have translated it into a low Fodmap version. It is so simple to make that it is […]
Here is another product with the Fodmap Friendly stamp of approval – red wine & Italian herbs tomato pasta sauce made by Fodmapped. It is low FODMAP, gluten Free, with no garlic or onion, no added MSG, no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives – exactly how we have to eat with IBS. The ingredients are: […]
I make pesto pasta often, especially when I am feeling lazy. It takes just six ingredients to pull together this complete vegetarian meal featuring all of the food groups. (If you have reflux, you may need to leave out the garlic-infused oil.) You can use any type of low-FODMAP pasta you like with pesto, but […]