I have always loved cooking and baking. Since I am on a Low FODMAP (and now a modified Low FODMAP) diet, I found that my creations in the kitchen had to become much more creative. You can have this, you can’t have this, other ingredient only in limited amount…It can be quite stressful!
This is where I come in, to share my ideas, experience and creativity with you, together with a dietitian’s expertise. We are providing you with a READY solutions – a Low FODMAP recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner (and don’t forget about a healthy snack, too ;).
All of the recipes on this blog are either my own creation or sometimes I adapt recipes from other sources and if I do, I write about it.
Recipes can be found directly on the main page and are divided into categories (breakfast, dinner, sourdough etc.):
All of my Low FODMAP diet recipes are approved by A Low FODMAP dietitian, Evelyn Toner, from London.
If you need a dietitian, for example to get you started on a Low FODMAP diet,
you can contact Evelyn here:
Note: The low FODMAP diet is scientifically proven to help sufferers of IBS by helping them to identify their trigger foods. Once culprit foods have been identified, symptoms can be managed either by excluding these foods from the diet totally or by reducing the amounts eaten, whilst still maintaining a balanced diet.
Why Fit FODMAP Foodie?
I’d like to share with you a variety of healthy recipes, that provide you with essential vitamins and minerals, good quality protein, as well as a balanced portion of a low FODMAP carbohydrates.
I am hoping that these recipes will be an inspiration and be a guide for good eating on a low FODMAP diet.
I called this blog a Fit FODMAP Foodie, because on one hand I wish for myself (and I would love to promote that for you, too) to always try and eat (Fit) and on the other still eat a variety of foods that I love (Foodie) that I can have because it is Low (FODMAP).
For me eating fit food means:
– chosing healthier options. And this can be:
– having less sugar or replacing sugar with natural sweetness sources, like banana or maple syrup;
– consuming less salt and adding more herbs instead;
– consuming less fat, by chasing lean cuts of meat and cutting any visible fat off, also replacing unhealthy fats with healthier option, like avocado, olive oil, etc.;
– continuation to eat carbohydrates, which I never restricted, because we need them for energy, also when we are controlling our weight (as I am tempting to do) and especially when we are doing sport training.
Disclaimer: This blog is part of the Amazon Affiliates, Fody Affiliate and Media.net ads programs, in order to support what mostly is a volunteering work.
On Amazon I try to find for you identical or very similar items, if not possible otherwise, to the ones that I am using myself and I can relate to them, because I have been using them for years and I’ve been happy with.
In terms of Fody – many of their products I have used and I also reviewed them on the blog. They are amazing for people on a Low FODMAP diet.
Media.net company is using my placed ads spaces on the blog, to add topic related advertisements, often about recipes, but you need to consider that probably not all of them will be a Low FODMAP recipes. So really you need to use your own brain! If you ever find a recipe that you would like to try in a Low FODMAP version, you can alway write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.