If you’ve been advised to follow a low FODMAP diet, it’s likely you need to restrict at least some of the foods you normally eat, which can be challenging knowing where to start. This four-week done-for-you meal plan contains everything you need to make this temporary diet successful and enjoyable.
What are FODMAP’s?
FODMAP stands for Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols. They are types of carbohydrates found in certain foods that the small intestine absorbs poorly.
Some people experience gastrointestinal discomfort after eating FODMAP foods such as gas, bloating and diarrhoea. FODMAP’s are, however, good for us; our gut bacteria ferment these carbohydrates to produce short-chain fatty acids, which are necessary for health as they reduce the risk of cancer, lower inflammation and create intestinal homeostasis.
The aim of a low FODMAP diet is to reduce gastrointestinal symptoms by temporarily reducing certain foods. These foods are then slowly reintroduced, at a level that is tolerable for the individual moving forwards.
The 28-Day Low FODMAP Plan
This four-week low FODMAP meal plan provides you with everything you need to achieve success while following this temporarily restrictive diet. The plan includes delicious and nutritious recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks, along with a shopping list to make grocery shopping easy and economical.
Research shows that any restrictive dietary change works best when you don’t feel deprived. This plan has been specifically created with variety in mind. It is rich in FODMAP-friendly vegetables, carbohydrates, proteins and fats to ensure optimal nutrition whilst delighting your taste buds.
As a bonus, you will also receive a low FODMAP dessert e-cookbook, over 30 decadent FODMAP-friendly dessert recipes for you to enjoy. This e-cookbook is a separate download so make sure to click both links in your email upon purchase.