I guess most of us with irritable bowel syndrome who have been through the reintroduction stage of the low Fodmap diet and who know their triggers wonder at times if perhaps our reaction to the foods we malabsorb has changed. Well I tested this out a couple of times. Watch my video to see what […]
I received this question from a follower, “You may have covered this but I would like info on Low FODMAP for runners! I am a keen runner (20 miles a week) and I’m struggling with the lack of carbs with the FODMAP diet. Low energy even though I eat a lot of protein.” Watch my […]
There are several parts to the IBS puzzle and how to implement the low Fodmap diet, and many people get confused and don’t understand why their symptoms are continuing. Watch my video to hear a summary of the rules for eating low Fodmap.
This satisfying low Fodmap breakfast dish contains all the food groups, which will keep your digestive system happy and symptom-free. It’s also quite rich, so be sure to stick to a single stack. If you have a low tolerance to fat or have had your gall bladder out, this may not be suitable even though […]
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.