Travelling whilst on Low FODMAP Diet

Travelling whilst on the Low FODMAP Diet

The Low FODMAP Diet can be hard to follow at the best of times, but what happens when you’re on holiday or travelling with work, and you’re away from home surrounded by foreign foods and a foreign language? Sophie Bibbs, who we recently interviewed (you can read the full interview here), kindly also spoke to us about her experience of …

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New support programme for anyone with IBS

As many as 20% of the British population suffers with irritable bowel syndrome, according to charity The IBS Network. The exact causes of this longstanding, incurable condition, which affects more women than men, are unclear, but among its main symptoms are abdominal pain, bloating, constipation and diarrhoea, but they can also include nausea, fatigue, headaches and backaches. It is known …

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Low FODMAP Cookbook Review

In this blog article I have written a personal review of four of the best-selling Low FODMAP cookbooks. This is just my personal opinion, but if you find a different one which you think should be reviewed and promoted to our followers please do let me know by emailing me at hello@bayskitchen.co.uk or leaving a comment under this article. Author: …

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Tips for coping when your IBS flares up

This is totally situation dependent… you could be at home, at a music festival, at work or in town with your family, but whatever you’re up to when your IBS flares up, these tips can help: If you can, go and lie down somewhere. Whenever you’re feeling unwell, be it a stomach bug or IBS cramps, sleeping it off can …

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Travelling abroad when you have IBS

Travelling should always be an exciting experience – you might be going to visit friends, off to get some sun, visiting somewhere new… but for those of us with digestive disorders it can be an equally daunting experience. Being on time pressure to get to the airport, then to get through security, get to the gate, then being stuck in …