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AhColdy 19h
Replying to @AhColdy
Actually I'm kind of looking forward to it as my body is feeling shitty rn, and I know even just a few days bring really strict with makes me feel so much better.
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IBS Goodbye 10h
Studies have shown that up to 70% of patients benefited from eating a low diet.
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🦄LiveinLivinColour🦄 Sep 15
Hello..anyone else out here living with IBS? Good days..bad days..lets communicate...
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FODMAPeveryday 8h
The school year is in full swing & perhaps you have a child with a birthday coming up. Our HAPPY BIRTHDAY COOKIE is easy to bring to school or an office party for the older set. All FODMAPers have BIRTHDAYS to celebrate! . .
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Kay🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🏳️‍🌈🇬🇧🇪🇺 Sep 17
Update on Fodmap diet... Having been quite ill recently, having had gluten & now a bad chest infection, I have neglected my daily posts. I knowingly had meatballs in Ikea... I…
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FODMAPeveryday Sep 16
For us, Back to School means it's time for TUNA FISH SANDWICHES! Some tuna is low FODMAP - and some isn't! Processed canned tuna is sometimes packed with high FODMAP ingredients like onion and/or garlic. We've got the answers you need. . .
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FODMAPeveryday Sep 17
Get “Epicured!” – Join us for a FB Live Chat with Richard Bennett, CEO of The First Low FODMAP Meal Delivery Service in the U.S. - What if you could have a 5-star chef developed low prepared meal delivered to your door? Click here 9/19 at 1 pm EST
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Dr cinnamonremote Sep 14
question, has anyone checked foraged foods for fodmaps yet? Main question today, rose hips...
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MODULATE Sep 10
We are also setting up a study investigating and , testing the low diet on patients with stable ulcerative to see if it can help relieve diarrhoea We are currently looking for UK NHS research sites! Any promotion would be much appreciated 😄👍
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mermale Sep 9
Dairy and Wheat watching me go off on one in the dieticians office.
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Monash FODMAP Sep 14
We know that and the diet can sometimes be tricky to understand and even harder to explain to others, so we put together this handy video to help explain what's going on in your gut!
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Carrie Lofty Sep 10
Somebody tell me this thing actually works...? I don't know how I'd manage these tiny portions and frequent meals if I didn't work from home!
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FODMAPeveryday Sep 17
Our Low FODMAP Bolognese Sauce is very close to classic renditions. Not so much of a "red sauce". Very much a traditional meat sauce . It's easy to make, but does requires long cooking time, so plan accordingly. . .
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Thebookishfairy Sep 14
So based on my reaction to Wheat Bread, I’m going to save the other fructan reintroductions for a bit and try some other reintroductions. 125g of natural yoghurt to start my lactose reintroduction. Fingers crossed I’m not intolerant to this too 😂
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FODMAPeveryday Sep 12
Let's Talk TOMATOES! Do you like them raw? Canned? Dried? In Sauce? Ketchup? Luckily for us, Monash has lab tested MANY tomatoes and tomato products! Learn what is low FODMAP and in what amounts! . .
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James Winsoar 15h
Replying to @RussellHobbsUK
No I avoid high foods such as onions as they cause bloating and wind.
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Elizabeth Brigham Sep 10
Y’all I don’t remember low being this crazy. Today I’m pretty sure I only ate 500 calories. I need some good recipes, especially as I’m going into back to back conferences this week and next (as a speaker!) and need some fuel. Should I just bring bags of shredded chicken?
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Melanie Keller ND Sep 17
General Mills recalls Gold Medal Unbleached All Purpose Flour over E. coli fears
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Casa deSante Sep 14
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Alan Beavers Sep 9
Replying to @goldietaylor
Oatmeal, eggs, granola, fruit, toast from non-wheat bread,
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