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
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)
I consider hemp seeds to be one of my top low-FODMAP superfoods. They are a delicious, nutty tasting seed that provides a hefty dose of protein, all 20 essential amino acids, and an decent amount of 1,000 mg of omega-3 fats (in 1 Tablespoon) and GLA which can reduce inflammation. They are also easy to … Continue reading Low-FODMAP Hemp Milk and Feta Cheese (dairy free)
Should you follow a paleo diet for gut healing? Maybe or maybe not, you decide. If you search the internet for "gut healing diet" you will find many recommendations for following a paleo-type or autoimmune protocol diet. These diets eliminate grains, beans, soy, dairy and sugar. The autoimmune protocol goes further and eliminates nuts, seeds, nightshades and eggs. … Continue reading Should You Follow a Paleo Diet For Gut Healing?
Smoothie bowls are a popular way to consume tasty and healthy fruit, vegetables and nuts in one bowl. They are a quick and easy meal BUT..... Cold frozen smoothies and bowls can be a disaster for someone with poor digestion. When your gut is compromised you have a difficult time digesting and assimilating the food you eat. … Continue reading Warming Low-FODMAP Sweet Potato Smoothie Bowl