What is the low FODMAP diet
Our gut health play a much more important role to our wellbeing than many think. When our guts are not working well, the whole body and mind is affected. Doctors have been able to diagnose digestive disorders for years but have not been able
Working with a Dietitian
Because the low-FODMAP diet is a medical diet it is always recommend that you work with a FODMAP trained dietitian if you decide to follow the low FODMAP diet. A trained dietitian can work together with you to develop a specific
Yoga for a troubling tummy
Exercise can be of great benefits if you're suffering with IBS. Yoga can be a particularly good choice of exercise, because it can help lower your stress levels and doesn't involve too much jumping around for your gut. Some poses can
Anxious? Your gut may be to blame!
Great article from 'The Daily Mail', giving us a further insight to our 'second brain!' http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-4823890/Anxious-gut-bacteria-blame.html
SPICE AND ALL THINGS NICE
Our favourite spice at the moment is turmeric due to its anti inflammatory properties - its ideal to tame a troubled tummy. However, it's not just turmeric with this fantastic property. Check out this informative website for more fantastic facts
Gluten free diet or low FODMAP diet?
There has been a significant increase in the number of people excluding gluten from their diet in recent years. You have probably noticed how supermarket stock more and more gluten free products, accommodating for not only people with celiac but also a rapidly growing
KCL and the FODMAP diet
Great news! The low FODMAP diet has come to the UK! Initially developed by The Monash University, in Australia - it has now been adapted by King's College London and been implemented in a few London hospitals. Check out this link