For some people, a diet high in FODMAPs can cause a range of abdominal symptoms such as bloating, excess wind, distension, abdominal pain, constipation or diarrhoea (or a combination of both). Following a low FODMAP diet can help manage these abdominal symptoms - 75% of people with IBS experience relief from their symptoms with a low FODMAP diet.Read More
Perfect for entertaining, or for a family dinner with the hopes of leftovers, here's how we've been enjoying our grilled veggies. Our secret is to include a punnet of figs (so cheap at the moment - and they used to be such a luxury!) and to marinade before grilling. This is a delicious side to barbecued steaks, sausages or halloumi.Read More
In worrying news for hummus fans the world over - we are facing a GLOBAL SHORTAGE OF CHICKPEAS! After the avocado crisis I'm not sure how I'll cope! In the meantime, while tinned chickpeas are still cheap I'll stock up. Here's how we had them last night - roasted til crispy tossed with coriander, cumin and oregano, roasted along side some pumpkin. Served with rocket, mint, toasted pepitas, pomegranate seeds and some halloumi too.Read More
Healthy waffles made with oats for fibre and gut health, ricotta and eggs for muscle building protein and chia seeds for omega 3 fats. This is a great healthy breakfast that tastes great. Fodmap friendly too!Read More
With the arrival of spring in Sydney I've had a craving for this Jamie Oliver inspired recipe. Salmon is a fantastic source of omega-3 fatty acids which are inti-inflammatory and extremely beneficial to your health - they can help lower cholesterol, reduce high blood pressure, and may reduce symptoms of arthritis and depression. I've accompanied the salmon with salsa verde and some lovely roasted veggies.Read More
Are you following a low FODMAP diet to manage your IBS symptoms? FODMAPs are a large group of dietary sugars. These sugars can be poorly absorbed in the small intestine and fermented by bacteria to produce gas. Following a low FODMAP diet can help manage IBS symptoms.
Endurance runners often suffer from stomach problems. If you also suffer from a FODMAP intolerance, fueling for your long run can be quite tricky. Here’s some tips to help you focus on your running, rather than your stomach, or wondering where the closest toilet is.Read More