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FODMAPS free recipes for free

Just thought this site may be of interest for anyone looking for Fodmaps free recipes fodmapfreeliving.wordpress.... Pizza base, stuffed peppers, frittata, there is also a Facebook page. I have only just found it so haven't tried the recipes, but I was excited to tell everyone! You can also sign up for an online newsletter.

For anyone who hasn't come across fodmaps before, take a stroll around other posts here as there are various people with relief from IBS symptoms on this diet......:-)

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Thanks for sharing this Inndie, there's some really good recipes on here.


Thanks Indie, this is really useful and also based in the UK! There are many recipes here of the food I miss most, so I am looking forward to trying them.


Let me know which ones you recommend! ;-)


thanks for the ideas! I've been paleo eating for a while but I find quite a few things that are staples make my ibs-d worse such as coconut oil and ghee so been looking at fodmaps as well. Struggling to get a clear picture on some of it though!! Found dozens of different charts which are totally contradictory. If there's nutritional science behind fodmaps, how can something like sweet potato for example be on high lists and low?? Confuuuused!

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Hi diosa,

You're absolutely right about the conflicting FODMAPs food lists out there, I was very confused about it to start with as well. However, if you go to: med.monash.edu/cecs/gastro/... you'll be on the site of Monash Uni in Australia where the diet was developed. There’s a lot of info on there, plus if you have an iPhone there’s a really useful app you can download. Patsy Catsos's book 'IBS - Free At Last' (available from Amazon) also gives excellent guidance, food lists, recipes and a plan to follow.

The NHS has also recently got behind the regime and have their own very good booklets available from dietitians.

Hope this helps.


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