Tag Archives: "IBS"

Broccoli

Broccoli is a newer addition to the low fodmap family – although particular attention needs to be made concerning which parts are low fodmap. Growing conditions and plant storage of FODMAPs affects the fodmap content of foods. A good example here is th …

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The Aubergine

Aubergines have to be my favourite vegetable. I love that they marry well with other vegetables such as tomato and potato. They have a velvety texture and a creamy taste and more than earn their title as the vegetarian steak. Although in some quarters …

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An alternative low fodmap Christmas cake

If you have fructose malabsorption and/or fructans malabsorption and you are really missing a Christmas celebration cake – look no further. Christmas cake is exceptional – like the Wedding cake, but in recent years the heavy fruit cake has gone out of …

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Meat free Sausages – Low fodmap

This recipe was devised as a result of trying to find low fodmap meat-free sausages and failing to find a suitable option easily. They are very tasty – although they do not taste the same as standard sausages – perhaps they are better as a result, give …

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Sarah’s Story

Sarah is a recent client we have had at The Food Treatment Clinic and hopefully by sharing her story it will illustrate how seeing a dietitian could help you. Background Sarah came to see us complaining of digestive health problems which had started ma …

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Five reasons not to use a low FODMAP diet sheet

Diet and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. The FODMAP approach is a fantastic and life changing intervention for many people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS.) However trying to follow a diet sheet that you have found via Dr Google or one given to you by a w …

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Low FODMAP Granola

This low FODMAP granola is an easy go-to breakfast when most shop-bought alternatives unfortunately often contain many high FODMAP components such as honey, certain nuts and high FODMAP dried fruit. For coeliacs, shop – bought granola also throws up th …

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IBS digestive distress – is there a problem with bread?

Many people with IBS state that bread is a real issue in provoking symptoms. Is this true? What is it about bread that is the problem? This post aims to discuss the provocateurs of digestive distress in IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). Cited as sustenan …

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4 different ways hypnotherapy can help you combat IBS symptoms

Our gut and mind are interconnected. One burning question that IBS sufferers often have is ‘does hypnotherapy help IBS symptoms?’ Judith Ward, Clinical hypnotherapist, explains the connection between our brain and gut, allowing hypnosis to be used as a …

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Is ginger useful for treating IBS?

http://www.compoundchem.com/2014/11/27/ginger/ The next ingredient to be reviewed is ginger. Ginger has many studies into it’s use to treat vomiting in pregnancy and to treat nausea during treatments such as chemotherapy or reducing sickness after surg …

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