If you live in the US then you likely know Trader Joe's, a specialty grocery store that prides themselves on carrying innovative, hard-to-find food at a low price. They buy large volumes direct from suppliers and them package the item under their brand name. Items change seasonally and stores carry different things, but mostly what … Continue reading Trader Joe’s Low-FODMAP Shopping List
Today's guest post is by Drew, co-founder of The Gut Program. His program offers a personalized starter box full of customized low FODMAP recipes, food and information. Drew was diagnosed with fructose malabsorption in 2016 and put on a low FODMAP diet. He was confused and overwhelmed with the diet but through research, trial and … Continue reading Making the low FODMAP Diet Taste Good With The Gut Program
Eating vegetables should always be the base of a healthy diet, but if you suffer from IBS some vegetables can cause a flare of uncomfortable symptoms. To ensure something green and delicious consider making jars of pesto (basil or cilantro or parsley or arugula) to enhance meals. A dollop of pesto can be added to … Continue reading Low-FODMAP Pesto Adds Flavor and Phytonutrients To Meals
Many years ago I began to experience severe gas, bloating and debilitating gut pain that became worse as the day wore on. At the end of the evening I could barely muster the strength to walk around because the only position I felt comfortable in was lying down. Gastroenterologist after gastroenterologist diagnosed me with Irritable … Continue reading IBS or a Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)?
When meal planning I highly recommend having at least 3 delicious go to recipes, one being chili. A chili recipe is virtually fail proof and leftovers taste even better the next day. This recipe can be made either low or high higher FODMAP, depending on what onion is used. I use Pomi tomatoes because the … Continue reading Low Fodmap Chipotle Chili with Turkey and Sweet Potatoes (bean, gluten and dairy free)
Removing FODMAP's is one way that can support our digestion while we heal, but it should never be used long term. It is only a a way to see which foods, if any, are causing issues. When we experience IBS, SIBO or other gut issues we often turn to diet first, but when taken too … Continue reading 7 Non-Diet Ways to Support Gut Health
Just north of Milan is a mountainous region of Lombardy known for its epic skiing, spas, bresaola (dried slices of beef similar to prosciutto) and a hearty pasta dish called Pizzoccheri. Pizzoccheri is a robust dish of short buckwheat pasta cooked up with potatoes, cabbage, butter and cheese. My first introduction to buckwheat pasta was … Continue reading Low-FODMAP Pizzoccheri (Buckwheat Pasta with Potatoes, Green Beans, Zucchini and Spinach)