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High FODMAP food list

High FODMAP food list

When you’re following a low FODMAP diet, it’s important to know what foods you can eat safely so you can plan meals and snacks. But perhaps just as important to know what to eat, it’s important to know what foods and drinks to avoid. This is because when you’re eating out or purchasing processed food products, there can be hidden ingredients in such items. If consumed, even the smallest amount of such hidden ingredients could trigger uncomfortable digestive symptoms. So, read below for a basic guide to those foods and drinks that are high FODMAP so you can stay safe...

May 23, 2019 0 comments

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Low FODMAP and Low Histamine Food List

Low FODMAP and Low Histamine Food List

When you hear the word histamine, you may think of allergies. During allergy season, its not uncommon to take an antihistamine medicine to help reduce your sneezing, itching, and runny nose. So, what is histamine and what does it mean to eat a low histamine diet? Histamine is made naturally in the body and is involved in many functions like immune function and carrying messages between nerve cells. It’s just when there is an imbalance between the histamine produced and histamine broken down that health issues can ensue. Let’s look at how a low histamine diet, along with a low...

May 16, 2019 2 comments

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High protein low FODMAP snacks

High protein low FODMAP snacks

Protein is an important nutrient needed for so many functions in the body like making up the hemoglobin that carries oxygen in the blood and providing structure to muscles, to name a few.  And according to the National Academy of Medicine, the average adult needs a minimum of about 7 grams of protein per twenty pounds.  Therefore, when you’re following the low FODMAP diet, it’s important not to forget to add protein to meals as well as snacks. Let’s take a look at some ways you can add protein to your low FODMAP diet snack times. Low FODMAP protein foods...

Apr 30, 2019 2 comments

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Low FODMAP diet and diverticulitis

Low FODMAP diet and diverticulitis

It’s well-known that the low FODMAP diet can help relieve symptoms in those with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). However, this special diet may be more versatile than ever imagined. This is because recent studies show that the low FODMAP diet may be helpful for those with another gastrointestinal condition known as diverticulitis. Let’s learn a little more about this condition and how the low FODMAP diet may help those suffering from diverticulitis symptoms. What is diverticulitis? Diverticula are small, bulging pouches that are found mostly in the lower part of the large intestine.  They are caused when weak areas of...

Apr 25, 2019 0 comments

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Low FODMAP Prebiotic Supplement

Low FODMAP Prebiotic Supplement

When it comes to gut health, the low FODMAP diet can be a great way to relieve symptoms. However, sometimes cutting out such foods may not be enough to provide relief. Therefore, adding some healthy bacteria like probiotics can help restore balance in the gut and in turn help further improve symptoms. But for probiotics to flourish, it’s important to consume prebiotics to help feed the probiotics. Let’s learn about what prebiotics are, which ones are low FODMAP friendly, and supplement options that can make consuming prebiotics a little easier. What are prebiotics? Prebiotics are certain foods or dietary compounds...

Apr 12, 2019 0 comments

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