If you are anything like my family the increased choice and variety of milk makes for some practical concerns – I often have 4 different types of milk on the go in my fridge: rice milk (for my son), almond milk (for me), lactose-free milk (for my daughter and myself) and then regular milk (for my husband and any visitors). As I also have an incredibly small fridge (to fit my small kitchen), things tend to get quite crowded. One way around this is to ditch the regular milk and only buy lactose-free milk, but then this gets quite expensive – until I discovered a really easy and relatively inexpensive way to make my own… Continue reading
I am a chocolate lover and I am guessing that 99% of you are as well…
There was a time when I thought I was intolerant of chocolate and I was absolutely devastated. As it turned out I was intolerant of the erythritol in the “healthy” chocolate that I was choosing to indulge in!
Over the past year I have been passionate about making my own chocolate, but lately I have been buying it, and I thought you might like my tips for choosing the best, low fodmap chocolate. Continue reading
One of the most common questions I get asked on the low fodmap diet is about cruciferous vegetables. This is such a confusing topic for most people starting off on the low fodmap diet simply because there is so much conflicting information available on the internet. I have been following this diet for 3 years now and I thought this is a great topic to write about so that I can share with you an outline of what has been researched and what is, as yet, undetermined.
Firstly, to answer the question: are cruciferous vegetables low fodmap? Continue reading
If you are interested in boosting your protein intake with protein powder, finding one that is low fodmap is a minefield! I have tried and tested many different types and the best option is one that is based on brown rice with minimal ingredients, avoiding lactose, artificial sugars and wheat. For example, if you are looking at a product that says it is vanilla flavoured protein, the ingredients should read something like this: Continue reading
I love ice-cream! It is my favourite dessert of all time and I just can’t go pass vanilla or strawberry – yumm!! Luckily it is really easy to make a low fodmap version of ice-cream, and I even make mine sugar free using rice malt syrup instead. Continue reading
I love yoghurt but when yoghurt doesn’t love you it can be hard to find a natural sugar-free version of lactose free yoghurt!
I make my own lactose-free yoghurt at home using my EasiYo yoghurt maker. Continue reading