Need a quick guide to FODMAPs? If friends and family are asking for a simple explanation, share this graphic with them. It explains why FODMAPs cause digestive problems, especially in people with IBS, and lists common high-FODMAP foods. Click through to read the full non-techy guide to FODMAPs for regular chicks at www.calmbellykitchen.com
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Reintroducing and testing high FODMAP foods can be a challenging time! There is a lot of information to cover and it’s easy to miss important points. Here are 5 reintroduction topics that are often skimmed over:
Click through to download a free checklist of this infographic and a sample low-FODMAP menu! When we eliminate wheat and certain high-fodmap fruits and vegetables, it can be a huge challenge to get enough fiber on the low-FODMAP diet. Fiber is key for keeping digestion regular, especially with IBS-C. Building your meals around these fiber rich foods can really help! Click through or head over to http://calmbellykitchen.com/blog/how-can-i-get-more-fiber-on-the-low-fodmap-diet & get the…
Not sure what to eat on the low FODMAP diet? We created this handy infographic to show you some simple low FODMAP food swaps.
Introduction to the Low FODMAP Diet
A free FODMAP food chart! Sorts every food into 3 categories: low moderate or high FODMAP. Created by a dietitian and updated regularly. Great for printing off and keeping by your fridge for checking while cooking.
What You Can and Cannot Eat on the Low-FODMAP Diet