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Back to work – FODMAP friendly meal planning

With Coronavirus restrictions slowly being lifted, people are getting ready to go back to work. This might sound exciting and fun, until you realise that you will no longer have 24/7 access to your pantry and finding nutritious FODMAP friendly meals may be a struggle. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!

RECIPE: Simple But Delicious Asian Stir Fry Noodles

Our in house nutritionist, Thimpika, has developed this delicious recipe for low FODMAP stir fry noodles. The recipe is delicious and packed with all the essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals. It's simple to cook (15 mins tops) and can be made with many of the ingredients you already have in your kitchen. More importantly, it is FODMAP friendly and absolutely perfect if you have a sensitive tummy!  

RECIPE: 3 Ingredient Pumpkin Feta Dip

Anyone that suffers from FODMAP intolerance knows that 99.9% of store bought dips contain onion and garlic – so I always make my own! This pumpkin feta dip is probably my favourite. 

Eating out on the low FODMAP diet

So you’ve just been invited to your friend’s birthday dinner at an amazing restaurant. For most people this sounds fantastic, but if you’re FODMAP intolerant, might sound like a nightmare. Even thinking about it is stressful – feeling awkward ordering a “special meal”, unable to partake in the shared dishes, or accidentally consuming FODMAPs because the restaurant has no idea what the heck they are, then tossing in bed after with stomach aches and feeling like sh*t the next day. 

Here are a few tips to make dining out a more enjoyable experience.