FODMAP is an acronym you may have heard more frequently in recent years, and for good reason. This acronym stands for a collection of sugars that are notorious for not being absorbed properly in the digestive tract and cause uncomfortable digestive symptoms, especially for those who have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
Research has shown that a low-FODMAP eating plan can improve common digestive symptoms, like gas, bloating and changes in normal bathroom habits. It is comforting to know there is a diet strategy for those dealing with IBS, however the biggest obstacle I come across in implementing this plan is helping people navigate the lengthy list of low and high FODMAP foods, and everything in between. It can be overwhelming for most individuals, and especially those who have never tracked their food intake before.
While I believe there is value in learning the foods that are best to enjoy on a low FODMAP diet, I also want to give my clients practical information for allowing this new style of eating to work seamlessly in their lifestyle. One of the best resources I have come across for low FODMAP food is ModifyHealth. Here’s what you need to know:
Affordable chef-inspired low FODMAP meals: Hello Maple Salmon and Kale Pesto Pasta. YUM!
Gluten-free: Don’t worry the meals still include plenty of carb options, like oatmeal, quinoa and rice noodles.
Fully cooked meals delivered to your door: That means all you have to do is store them in the fridge and heat when you’re ready to eat.
Gastrointestinal dietitian support: If needed, you can sign up to receive guidance via consultations, an on demand hotline and app for ongoing support.
What else could you want?! Check out ModifyHealth to view meal examples, learn more and place your order. BONUS: delivery is free nationwide AND you can use my code Confession10 for 10% off your order.