The best of low-FODMAP

Expert advice and tips for a low-FODMAP diet, plus delicious low-FODMAP recipes.

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Ask HFG: The low-FODMAP diet

We hear about it a lot, but what really is...

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Banish boring low-FODMAP meals

Although the low-FODMAP diet is restrictive, there is no need...

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Five myths about the low-FODMAP diet

The low-FODMAP diet is complex, and misinformation from the internet...

Mains

Low-FODMAP spaghetti bolognese

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FODMAP content of milk and milk alternatives

Choosing from the vast array of milk alternatives can be...

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IBS: Every step of the way

Worried that you may have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)? Dietitian...

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Does portion size matter on a low-FODMAP diet?

Portion sizes are important on a low-FODMAP diet because some...

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An easy guide to FODMAPs

Our simple guide gives you an overview of some common...

Baking

Choc cranberry bliss balls

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What nuts are low FODMAP?

Nuts are an excellent source of healthy fats, antioxidants, vitamins...

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Shopping for low-FODMAP foods

If you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), then following...

Salads

Spiced lamb and buckwheat salad

Soups

Low-FODMAP spicy lentil soup

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What cheeses are low FODMAP? (low lactose)

The good news is that you can enjoy some cheese...

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How to eat out on a low-FODMAP diet

Eating out at a restaurant while on a low-FODMAP diet...

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Five tips for low-FODMAP shoppers

Grocery shopping on a low-FODMAP diet doesn’t have to be...

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FODMAP content of milk and milk alternatives

Choosing from the vast array of milk alternatives can be...

Mains

Chia, almond and herb-crusted fish

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Seven great low-FODMAP supermarket finds

Supermarkets can be treasure troves of low-FODMAP goodies if you...

Baking

Low-FODMAP lemon and poppy seed loaf

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