Low FODMAP Baking with Kids

Posted on December 08, 2021

Following a low FODMAP diet can be very challenging for adults, let alone a child. Even trialling the simplified version often means replacing many packaged and baked products including muffins, biscuits and muesli bars. This can often leave parents searching for suitable low FODMAP alternatives that their child might also accept. Finding foods your child […]

Low FODMAP Snacks for every occasion

Posted on December 01, 2021

Snacks are ideal to have in-between meals to provide us with some energy and to keep us from getting overly hungry before our next meal. But snacking can be difficult for people on a low FODMAP diet because high FODMAP snacks are so common. For example, regular milk drinks and yoghurts contain lactose, many bars […]

Beating unpleasant diarrhoea with your diet

Posted on November 17, 2021

Abdominal cramping? Quick urges to run to the toilet? Poops coming out that resemble gravy or porridge? Diarrhoea can be a pain in the butt, no pun intended. But what are normal toilet habits and what is diarrhoea? Most of us have experienced diarrhoea at some points in our lives. Whether it is an acute […]

Type One Diabetes and the low FODMAP diet

Posted on November 10, 2021

Type one diabetes and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) may not be related to each other; however diet plays a big role in the management of both of the conditions. There are over 118,000 people currently living with type one diabetes in Australia. Type one diabetes is an autoimmune disorder where the pancreas is not able to […]

Prebiotics – the unsung heroes of gut health

Posted on November 03, 2021

When you see the word, ‘probiotics’, what comes to mind? Yoghurt, sauerkraut, kombucha… often our first thoughts go to healthy live yeasts and bacteria that please our gut. But have you heard about prebiotics – the food for probiotics? This week, first to seventh of November, is global prebiotics week. The theme this year is […]