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Lifestyle and FODMAP's

Lifestyle and FODMAP’s

Lately there has been so much hype around the low FODMAP diet, that you may have noticed the increase in low FODMAP food products appearing in the health food isles. While Dr. Google may give the impression starting the low FODMAP process is effortless and thoughtless, success on the low FODMAP diet in reality, does take some effort and […]

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The Best Cooking Methods to Reduce FODMAPS

Did you know that different cooking and processing techniques can alter the FODMAP composition of a food? Fascinating, right? Research suggests that whether a food is boiled, strained, canned, pressed or fermented, can influence the FODMAP component of a food!  (Just remember the research around FODMAP content, food cooking and processing is still early, so […]

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Rally Your Bacteria! 4 Simple Tips to Spark Your Own “Gut Revolution”!

A couple of weeks ago I tuned in to ABC’s Catalyst 2-part special on the “Gut Revolution”. In the series they placed two individuals on experimental diets aiming to change the profile of their gut bacteria and improve their symptoms. For those who missed it, here’s a breakdown of the two participants and what they […]

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6 Low FODMAP Snack Ideas 

So, you finally drag yourself to see your doctor or local dietitian because you’re tired and fed up with always feeling: bloated, gassy, nauseous and just outright ‘blah’. Chances are your doctor or dietitian has recommended trialling a low FODMAP diet – one of the only scientifically approved diets for the symptom management of ‘Irritable […]

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Low FODMAP Snack Ideas

Chances are you’re reading this because you’ve delved into the world of FODMAPs in an attempt to ease some tummy troubles. For those who don’t know, FODMAP stands for Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccarides And Polyols. Figuring out what you should and shouldn’t eat can be a little overwhelming at first. If you’re scared your snack […]

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