Coeliac Awareness Week is all about raising awareness of Coeliac Disease. Being a gut health dietitian, I ask every client I see if they have been tested for coeliac disease. This is because the symptoms of coeliac disease can overlap with many other gut disorders (such as IBS) and if left undiagnosed/untreated, coeliac disease can lead to many complications and health issues.
Which is the Best Milk Choice? – A complete review on FODMAPs, protein and environmental factors
Long gone are the days when the only questions we had about milk were whether to choose low fat or full fat. Now, you’ll find both the refrigerated and long-life shelves stocked up with almost every variety of milk (or
Low FODMAP Teriyaki Noodle Bowls
These Teriyaki Soba Noodle Bowls are quick to make and full of flavour, fibre and texture. This recipe is Low FODMAP and vegan using tamari flavoured tofu as the main protein. You can easily change the protein to chicken or
An Introduction To The FODMAP Gentle Approach – How To Implement This More Relaxed Version Of The Low FODMAP Diet
A common misconception of the low FODMAP diet is that there is only one way to prescribe it – when, like all dietary modifications, there are many nuances. The FODMAP gentle approach is an emerging concept that stems from practitioners
How To Eat Grains On The Low FODMAP Diet
Grains are an essential part of the diet, and the Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend for adults to consume 4-6 serves of grains daily. Not all grains can be consumed in large amounts on the low FODMAP diet as some of
10 Step Guide to Trialling Foods That Have Not Been Tested For FODMAPs in Your Low FODMAP Diet
Did you know that not all foods have been tested for FODMAPs? The FODMAP content is unknown for a range of foods, so do these foods have a place in the low FODMAP diet? These untested foods do not need
Could Salicylates Be The Culprit Behind Your IBS Symptoms?
Salicylates are a naturally occuring food chemical found in a range of fruit, vegetables, herbs, nuts and seeds. Some people have an intolerance to salicylates, where eating salicylate-rich food can trigger uncomfortable gut symptoms. What are salicylates and where are
8 IBS Food Triggers That Aren’t FODMAPs
Did you know that there are a range of non-FODMAP foods that can trigger IBS? Keep reading to find out the foods that could be triggering your IBS symptoms! 1. Alcohol Drinking larger quantities of alcohol can cause alcohol-induced intestinal
Acai Bowl Recipe
There’s nothing better than a refreshing smoothie on a hot summers day! Use our recipe for acai bowls to turn your low FODMAP smoothie into a full meal with the addition of your favourite toppings. Ingredients: 2 cups frozen strawberries
Why is reintroduction important?
So, you’ve started the new year with the low FODMAP diet, or you may have been following it for a little while and you’re excited to see results – fantastic! Unfortunately, many people get to this stage and, as they