Sauces, dips and spreads are one of the simplest things to mess up when you’re on a low FODMAP diet. It’s easy to prepare a delicious low FODMAP breakfast and totally ruin it by covering it in non IBS-friendly sauces. Believe me, I know how heartbreaking it is to have to throw an entire meal away (or try and salvage it by rinsing it under the tap!) when you’re hungry. So to save you from the pain of following in my footsteps, here’s a list of low FODMAP sauces, dips and spreads that are safe to eat on a low FODMAP diet.
You’ve got plenty of low FODMAP overnight oats in your fridge for breakfast, a week’s worth of low FODMAP lunches prepped ready to take to work and loads of low FODMAP dinners your family will love. You’re on top of it! Then you remember you forgot low FODMAP snacks! Snacking is important to keep your metabolism going and give your brain a boost. So to keep you and your tummy happy, here’s a list of low FODMAP snacks, nuts and drinks.
Get ready for the best news you’re going to hear all day: following a low FODMAP diet doesn’t mean cutting out dairy or protein! You can still fill your coffee cup with milk, enjoy awesome summer barbecues and dig into bowls of yummy ice cream if you’ve got IBS. You just have to be careful about the types and quantities you eat. To help you out, here’s a list of low FODMAP dairy products, dairy alternatives and proteins.
If you’re cutting down on food high in FODMAPs or gluten to relieve IBS symptoms or any other kind of diet-affected condition, you’re going to absolutely love today’s post! Sure, you might not be able to stroll into any old bakery and choose the first thing that catches your eye. But with this list of low FODMAP cereals, flours, grains and seeds, you can make your favourite treats and meals at home while still following a gluten-free and low FODMAP diet!
Fruits and vegetables are two of the worst offenders when it comes to IBS triggers. Most of them are loaded with a medley of FODMAPS that cause all kinds of IBS symptoms, from bloating and constipation to diarrhea and stomach cramps. But not all fruits and veggies have nasty side effects for IBS sufferers. The produce in this post are all low FODMAP vegetables and fruits you can safely eat without any painful consequences. So get cooking!