I have been looking over some of my older posts and thinking about new topics for the blog, when I came across the first one that I wrote and felt that it still resonated with me, and I thought I would re-post, perhaps it might strike a chord with you too. This post describes the moment when I was reduced to tears by a snow pea. Continue reading
When following the low fodmap diet one of the biggest challenges I have faced is finding out about the best sugar alternatives for baking and general use. I have posted before about the toxic effects that erythritol has on the digestion of an IBS sufferer and I have also shared some of my favourite sweet treats here and here.
After research and personal trial and error I can announce that the winner of the best fodmap friendly sweetener is: Continue reading
Like many people these days I am consciously trying to cut back my sugar consumption, for both health and vanity!
My health reasons are simple – I have PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) and I also had Gestational Diabetes with both my pregnancies, both of which give a higher risk factor for developing Type 2 Diabetes than the average person. Cutting out sugar is one of the best ways to win the battle against that disease! Continue reading
This post describes the moment when I was reduced to tears by a snow pea.
Followers of a low Fodmap diet will know that snow peas (mangetout) are high in Fodmaps – specifically Polyls (read about this more here) and for those who have a problem with Polyol Malabsorption (as I do!) they are strictly a no-go zone!