Low FODMAP Raspberry and Cinnamon Overnight Oats

Raspberry & Cinnamon Overnight Oats

This is the perfect breakfast for summer! It is Low FODMAP and Gluten Free, so ideal for those with food intolerances, but also perfectly tasty for those who don’t suffer with GI issues! Light and refreshing these oats are really simple to make and can be popped in a jam jar to take to work or to be eaten on …

Supportive cuddle

Supporting those who suffer with a digestive disorder

Do you suffer from a digestive disorder, such as IBS or SIBO and just wish those around you were more supportive? Or do you know someone who suffers with gut issues? Well here’s a few ways how you can support them, as from personal experience a bit of understanding goes a long way. Dealing with IBS is exhausting, whether it’s …

Low FODMAP Ham and Cheddar Fritatta

Ham & Cheddar Frittata

These little canapés are Low FODMAP and Gluten Free. They are also so easy to make and a definite crowd pleaser! Delicious warm and equally good cold, why not pop the leftovers in your lunch box and take them to work the next day! If you don’t have fairy cake moulds to make these, then make them in either a …

Low FODMAP Oat and Blueberry Cookies

Oat & Blueberry Cookies

These cookies are so simple to make your friends won’t believe it! As always, our recipes are Low FODMAP and Gluten Free! They’re also really fun to make with children as they are so straightforward, and can make a really good alternative to breakfast – especially when you’re on the go! Preheat the oven to 180 and line a baking …

Low FODMAP Peanut Butter Brownies

Peanut Butter Brownies

Our Peanut Butter Brownies are Low FODMAP and Gluten free! They are a guaranteed win for all occasions! They’re pretty rich so try cutting them into smaller squares to share around as finger food at a party. If you’re feeling particularly naughty try mixing them in with some ice cream! Heat the oven to 180 degrees and line a baking …

Eating out

Eating out whilst on the Low FODMAP Diet

Eating out can be one of the greatest challenges for anyone following the diet, particularly through elimination. If you’re anything like me, you shy away from being really fussy in restaurants and just deal with the consequences of what you eat, rather than having to spend half an hour talking to the waiter about what’s in particular dishes and waiting …

Raspberry Low FODMAP Muffins

Sugar Free Lemon and Raspberry Muffins

These are delicious Muffins that are not only Low FODMAP, but also gluten free, dairy free, sugar free and sin free! They’re made using coconut oil which is a healthy fat for those of you watching your diets but also a great alternative to dairy for those on the FODMAP diet. If you have identified that coconut or coconut oil …

Tomatoes and red chilli

10 of my favourite low FODMAP ingredients

When I was first diagnosed with IBS and advised to follow a low FODMAP diet, I went and did what we all probably did, I ‘Googled’ it! I was immediately panicked and disheartened to see so many of my favourite things on the high FODMAP list, which I needed to avoid. However, rather than dwelling on what I couldn’t eat, …

Relax in bath

Top 10 ways to destress

Stress is a major factor for those suffering with IBS and other digestive issues. It has been proven in some cases, large amounts of stress (be it down to a new job, grievance or other factor in your life) has been the trigger of some peoples IBS. Whether your IBS started as the result of a hugely stressful time in …

Dealing with IBS at work

Dealing with IBS at work

Most working environments aren’t at all ideal for IBS sufferers. I have predominantly worked in an office environment since having IBS and it has thrown up daily challenges for me; from being in a client meeting where it’s quiet and my bowels are not! To being in the toilet cubicle whilst there are other ladies in the toilets and I …