Celiac Disease and Diet: The Beginner’s Guide

Celiac Disease- The Beginner’s Guide

Around 1 in 100 people have celiac disease worldwide (1).

The only known treatment is a strict gluten-free diet, which is not easy to do.

This article takes a detailed look at managing celiac disease and how to do a gluten-free diet. [Discover More…]

Fructose Malabsorption: A Beginner’s Guide to Treatment

Fructose Malabsorption- A Beginner's Guide

Fructose malabsorption is a gastrointestinal condition that causes digestive discomfort.

It’s common in sufferers of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), but can also be experienced in others.

This article looks in detail at fructose malabsorption and explores the scientifically-proven diet changes that can help improve your symptoms. [Discover More…]

The Beginner’s Guide to SIBO: Antibiotics and Diet Recommendations

Beginner's guide to sibo

[Last updated 23rd March, 2017]

A healthy and diverse gut bacteria is important for health.

However, an overgrowth of this bacteria in the small intestine – known as SIBO – can cause serious problems.

This article takes a detailed look at SIBO and which dietary changes are scientifically shown to help. [Discover More…]

Common High FODMAP Ingredients to Avoid

COMMON HIGH FODMAP INGREDIENTS TO AVOID

[Last Updated 6th February, 2017]

Certain high FODMAP ingredients are commonly added to food products.

It’s important you are aware of these if you are following a low FODMAP diet.

That way you’ll know exactly what to look for on the ingredients label when shopping.
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A Beautiful List of FODMAP “Free” Foods (Undetectable Levels)

FODMAP FREE FOODS LIST (1)

[Last Updated 6th February, 2017]

This is a complete list of foods that have virtually undetectable levels of FODMAPs.

That means you can eat them “freely”.

It’s created from the latest data in the Monash University Low FODMAP Diet app. [Discover More…]

How to Get Rid of Acid Reflux… Naturally

how to get rid of acid reflux

[Last updated 3rd February, 2017]

Research indicates between 10-20% of individuals experience acid reflux every week.

In fact, it’s one of the most common digestive disorders in the United States and Europe (1).

Fortunately, several dietary changes are proven to help. This article highlights the most proven methods to prevent acid reflux. [Discover More…]