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!

The Health Benefits of Sourdough Bread

The Health Benefits of Sourdough Bread

The health benefits of sourdough bread already start to add up once you look at the ingredients list. And the fermentation only adds extra nutrients to it!…..

Chia Pudding (low-FODMAP)

Chia Pudding (low-FODMAP)

A lovely breakfast packed with fiber and it’s low FODMAP! Top the chia pudding with products of your liking, to make it even more tasty!

Healthy Banana Pancakes

Healthy Banana Pancakes

If you keep to controlled portion sizes, the banana pancakes are even low FODMAP! A great treat for a calm belly!……

Low FODMAP Spinach and Coconut Soup

Low FODMAP Spinach and Coconut Soup

The FODMAP soup of the day is a lovely spinach and coconut soup which also has a hint of zucchini. If you make sure to keep the recommended amounts of the vegetables as provided by the Monash Uni Low FODMAP Diet app, this soup will keep your tummy calm……

Low-FODMAP Nuts

Low-FODMAP Nuts

But why is it so important to be eating nuts on the FODMAP diet?
For starters, because nuts are a important source of fiber. Fibre is important for managing IBS, it is helping you feel satiated and it is the main source of nutrition for your friends, the gut bacteria……