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Low FODMAP Sports Drinks, Gels, Hydration Powders, Electrolytes & More

As a dietitian and athlete, I have dabbled in sports nutrition and personally participated in several half marathons, triathlons, and long distance road biking events over the years. Due to my IBS diagnosis, I have to be more selective on which products I reach for as I don’t want to be dealing with an IBS […]

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Is Corn Low FODMAP? IBS Shopper’s Guide to Corn-Based Products

Let’s talk about corn. There is often confusion regarding this very common food and where it falls on the FODMAP scale.┬áCorn is one of those tricky foods – fresh corn can easily be high FODMAP in moderate portions, while many processed corn-based products such as corn tortillas, corn chips, corn flakes, cornmeal, and popcorn are […]

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Low FODMAP Alcohol Guide: Beer, Wine, Hard Seltzer & Spirits

Let’s face it. It’s 2020, and we might need to pour ourselves a stiff one from time to time. My patients often wonder if they can even have alcohol, since the low FODMAP diet already limits grains like barley, rye, and wheat. Luckily, you CAN have a drink or two and still be compliant. In […]

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Low FODMAP Cereal Guide: Hot, Cold, Granola & More

Finding a low FODMAP cereal can be a bit overwhelming as there are literally hundreds of options to choose from. Cereal products are often made from processed grains like wheat, oats, rice, and corn, which can be high or low FODMAP depending on portion size, processing, and of course, added ingredients. In this article, I […]

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2020 Low FODMAP Ice Cream Guide: Lactose Free, Almond, Coconut & More

Summer is finally in full swing, and nothing beats the heat like a frozen treat. If you struggle with IBS, finding a go-to ice cream can be tricky since most varieties are high in lactose. As a FODMAP trained dietitian, grocery store curator, and IBS sufferer myself, I’m excited to share my favorite low FODMAP […]