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How to Challenge & Reintroduce FODMAPs
How to Challenge & Reintroduce FODMAPs
November 2,2018

By Joanna Baker APD & RN ​The second phase of the low FODMAP diet is all about re-challenging each FODMAP group in isolation. The aim of this is to give...Read More

Practical Tips for Starting a Low FODMAP Food Diet Plan
Practical Tips for Starting a Low FODMAP Food Diet Plan
November 2,2018

By Joanna Baker APD & RN Starting out on a low FODMAP diet plan can be overwhelming. Suddenly you have to think twice every time you eat. This guide has...Read More

IBS & Diabetes – Part 1
IBS & Diabetes – Part 1
November 2,2018

Joanna Baker APD & RN Living with diabetes and food intolerance can present a challenge. Not only do you need to worry about which foods are best for managing your...Read More

Eating for IBS & Diabetes – Part 2
Eating for IBS & Diabetes – Part 2
November 2,2018

Joanna Baker APD & RN ​This article is a follow-on from last week’s article Diabetes & IBS - Part 1. If you haven’t read that article yet, check it out...Read More

Low FODMAP Beer Bread
Low FODMAP Beer Bread
November 2,2018

Joanna Baker APD & RN Did you know that humans have been baking bread for at least 30 000 years. In fact today, bread in all its various forms, is...Read More

7 Easy low FODMAP Swaps
7 Easy low FODMAP Swaps
November 2,2018

Alana Scott ​The low FODMAP diet is all about learning how to make easy substitutions to turn old family favorites into delicious low FODMAP meals. These low FODMAP swaps are...Read More

Fuelling your run on a Low FODMAP Diet
Fuelling your run on a Low FODMAP Diet
November 2,2018

By Rachel Eagleton Endurance runners often suffer from stomach problems. If you also suffer from a FODMAP intolerance, fueling your running can be quite tricky. Next time you’re out on...Read More

Taking care of your Guts on a FODMAP Diet
Taking care of your Guts on a FODMAP Diet
November 2,2018

By Andrea Hardy RD ​Hi! Andrea Hardy, registered dietitian at Ignite Nutrition here! Joanna kindly invited me to share my expertise on the gut microbiome for you, and I’m really...Read More

7 Reasons to Cook More at Home
7 Reasons to Cook More at Home
November 2,2018

Home cooking is one of those fundamental human activities that seem to transcend race and culture. Nearly everyone will have fond childhood memories of family gatherings around the dinner table,...Read More

Should you take Digestive Enzymes?
Should you take Digestive Enzymes?
November 2,2018

By Joanna Baker APD & Marnie Nitschke APD If you’ve been in the gut upset world for a little bit, you’ve likely come across digestive enzymes. You may have stumbled...Read More

Is Greek Yoghurt low FODMAP?
Is Greek Yoghurt low FODMAP?
November 2,2018

Choosing yoghurt is tricky enough these days with the vast array of offerings in the supermarket aisle, and the various claims that go with them. When you add lactose intolerance...Read More

A Short History of FODMAP Diets
A Short History of FODMAP Diets
November 2,2018

Marnie Nitschke, APD Marnie is an experienced FODMAP-trained dietitian consulting at Everyday Nutrition If you’re reading this, you’ve no doubt heard of the Low FODMAP diet. More and more people...Read More