(Updated February 2021) by Lee Martin MSc RD Way back at the end of 2015 there were some updates to the FODMAP content in a range of alternative milks available to purchase including soya, coconut, almond, hemp, oat and rice milks. Just before I left the King’s College London FODMAP research team we sent a batch … More Is soya milk low or high FODMAP? Recent FODMAP content updates have changed current advice
(Updated February 2021) by Lee Martin MSc RD ‘What foods can I eat on the low FODMAP diet?’. This used to be one of the top search terms that cropped up on the stats for this blog when we started it back in 2013. But oh how things have changed over the past few years … More Suitable foods on the low FODMAP diet and recent changes
So is spelt low FODMAP? Well yes and no is the short answer as it depends where in the world you get your spelt bread from, how much you eat, the percentage of spelt flour used and most importantly whether it was baked using the sourdough process. … More The FODMAP content of spelt. Is spelt low FODMAP? And what about sourdough?
(Updated 2018) by Lee Martin MSc RD Please note the information in part one of this post (from 2013) is not based on the latest research information and clinical practice advice regarding the reintroduction phase of the low FODMAP diet but has been left here for reference. For up to date information read ‘Re-Challenging and … More Reintroducing FODMAPs
Please note the information in this post is from 2013 but has been left here for reference. Back then it was common practice for restriction phase of the low FODMAP diet to be followed for 8 weeks. From 2016 this changed to 4 weeks, with an additional 4-8 weeks maximum only if symptoms had not … More 8 Weeks on a Low FODMAP diet