When to Follow a Meal Plan on the Low FODMAP Diet

When to Follow a Meal Plan on the Low FODMAP Diet

The FODMAP diet is complicated to follow. It is best done with the help of a specialized dietitian, but can it be useful to follow a low FODMAP meal plan?

low FODMAP Pantry

low FODMAP Pantry

Find out how to create a healthy low FODMAP pantry! Always have gut friendly foods available to make yourself a tasty meal!

Gut Health FAQ: Why Is Chewing Important?

Gut Health FAQ: Why Is Chewing Important?

Find out why chewing is important for digestion and the reduction of bloating and gassiness. And discover how much you should actually be chewing!

Gut Health FAQ: What Are Prebiotics?

Gut Health FAQ: What Are Prebiotics?

You might have heard about PRObiotics, but what are PREbiotics? Find out why prebiotics are good for gut health and how to include them in your diet!

FODMAP FAQ: Can I Eat Bananas That Grow Brown in My Bag?

FODMAP FAQ: Can I Eat Bananas That Grow Brown in My Bag?

FODMAP FAQ from the dietitian practice! Is a yellow banana, that has grown brown in your bag during the day, still OK to eat? Find out!

My Favorite Gut Health Blogs

My Favorite Gut Health Blogs

Find out about my favorite gut health blogs! Find the best gut health information on reliable websites.

Bloating and Gas

Bloating and Gas

Bloating is a very common digestive symptom. It can have multiple causes, but often it can be reduced with nutritional or lifestyle changes. Read on to find your solution

Bananas and FODMAP

Bananas and FODMAP

Bananas, they’re healthy and nutritious. And you CAN eat them on the FODMAP diet! This is what you need to know

Oats and the FODMAP Diet

Oats and the FODMAP Diet

When you’re first starting on the FODMAP diet, it might feel a little overwhelming. What am I going to eat for lunch or breakfast? How am I going to reach satiety after a meal? Do I have to buy expensive brands now? Oats can be the answer to a lot of these kinds of problems!