Welcome to my blog where I post articles, recipes, news about wellness, nutrition, and the low-FODMAP diet. If there is a topic you want to hear about, please reach out to me and I will write about it next!
Have you made an effort to clean up your diet only to find that you feel worse than you did before? Read more here to learn about why this could be happening to you.
You may not even be familiar with the term sugar alcohols, but when you see a food product labeled "sugar free" you will likely find that some of the ingredients used end in the letters "-ol" like xylitol, erythritol, sorbitol.... so what does that mean to you?
Just like it says, get it right every time with this do-it-yourself miso soup. You can whip this up quickly anytime - even when your local Japanese restaurant is closed.
Yes this is a still a cookie – share them with friends – even though it has probiotics doesn’t you should eat the whole batch, though you might want to. Miso gives these cookies a scrumptious savory bite. This is not a low-FODMAP recipe with the whole-wheat flour but you can substitute with your favorite gluten-free flour!
Have you ever been in a situation where you see someone and you aren't sure if they are pregnant or not, and you don't want to say out of anything out of fear of embarrassing either that person or yourself? Or maybe you have made the faux pas of congratulation someone who is *not* expecting a little one? Well leave it to the MTA (New York City's Transit Authority) to solve this problem!
You may have mastered grocery shopping, but are you still freaked out when it comes to attending a cocktail party? I want you to enjoy yourself, and even have a cocktail, so I am going to share my top tips on how to do a cocktail party low-FODMAP style.
If you are anything like me, you absolutely LOVE grocery shopping, reading nutrition labels, and especially finding new delicious products at the store! Do we not have this in common? The good news is that if you are not up for an adventure to the store, I am going to take a lot of the guesswork out of low-FODMAP shopping to make it a stress-free experience.
You may recognize most of the major high FODMAP foods at this point. While it is important to have a diet that is focused on whole foods (as in foods that do not come with an ingredient list) it is inevitable that we are going to rely in part on some packaged food items that do come with ingredient lists. It can be intimidating when you are following the low-FODMAP diet, whether in the elimination phase, or in your ongoing maintenance (or as I like to call it, personalization phase).
I have a feeling, I am going to get a lot of questions about why I have two different books about gut health. In fact, it has already started. So in anticipation of my second book launch I want to explain what the difference is between the two books.
Thrilled to be able to interview Emma Hatcher, author of "The FODMAP Friendly Kitchen" and creator of "She Can't Eat What?
With any project, you want to be prepared when you decide to embark on the low-FODMAP diet. As a dietitian who has taught the low-FODMAP elimination diet to hundreds of people, I want to share with you some helpful tips to get started.
In this post I answer some FAQ about the Low-FODMAP diet.
I am starting to love Facebook Live. It is a great platform to answer questions - and I plan to make it a more regular thing. Click to check out my Facebook Live Book Launch!
When I think of Hannukah a few images pop into my mind: menorahs, driedels, and latkes! It's hard to think of Hannukah without latkes - but if you are on a low-FODMAP diet you might think that you have to miss out on this holiday staple. Fear no more - I am going to help you make a latke that will not upset your belly.
The miso glaze is so tasty you might want to make extra. It tastes just as good on vegetables.
There are plenty of awesome food ideas for what to do with that Turkey and I will share some of my favorite ones here.
Garlic is one of the healthiest foods around. It has been used for thousands of years, not only as a distinctive and delicious flavoring, but also for a variety of medicinal purposes. What can you do if you are sensitive to garlic?
This coming Monday is going to be the “Monday of all Mondays” and I am sure I am not alone on this. I don’t want to go into the December holiday season feeling like an overstuffed turkey. I am going to take Monday to reset myself with a low-FODMAP cleanse, and I invite you to join me.
It is approaching my 10-year anniversary for the day I learned about kombucha. Thought it certainly hasn’t been that long that I have been drinking it. But now I am addicted, here is why.
Sardines are one of those things that growing up always sounded like punishment - but so were Brussels Sprouts - so give Sardines a try!
You may recall that probiotics are defined as living bacteria that when conferred in sufficient quantity confer a health benefit. But what is the difference between a probiotic and live culture?
A recipe for a vibrant warming beverage to enjoy on a cold day or night!
Elimination diet are not starvation diets, they can be highly effective tools to identify dietary triggers to your symptoms.
Holidays can be tough when you have food sensitivities. Follow these tips to avoid unneeded stress and stay jolly.
This is a topic that is near to my heart. If you are not getting answers from your healthcare provider - keep asking questions.
When I really think about it, one of the most common questions that I am asked in a day is “What can I expect in a first appointment with you?” Well, I am glad you asked.
Up to 20% of people in the United States suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
The word dietitian may conjure up images of a lunch lady, but me and the thousands of other RDs out there – worked our little butts off for these letters after our name, so I own them proudly.
My absolute favorite thing is to go to the grocery store and try new products! When I affirmed my love of Sauerkraut this meant I had a whole shelf in my fridge of fermented cabbage – so let me spare you the money, time and smell! Here I present my top 3 market picks of the moment – all digestively friendly (low-FODMAP) snacks
For the FULL ARCHIVE of my blog posts please click HERE.