(Updated 2018) 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 of … More Is soya milk low or high FODMAP? Recent FODMAP content updates have changed current advice
That’s right you read it correctly. Two dietitians are going on a trip around the world. Yipee! It’s been a couple of years in the planning – well when I say planning I mean saving money – and come September 2015 we are off for a whole year 🙂 It’s quite unbelievable, an around the … More Around the world in 80 low FODMAP dishes
Its been ages since I posted a recipe and while in Spain this week I came up with the idea of stuffing the amazing LARGE peppers with a tinned tuna, lemon zest and herb marinade. We go to an area in Spain called Nerja a couple of times a year and stay in a beautiful … More Low FODMAP Spanish Peppers with Tuna, Lemon zest & Herbs
Video from the Canadian Digestive Health Foundation. One of the most interesting yet unknown topics in IBS is how the gastrointestinal microbiota play a part in the symptoms. The research team at King’s where I work discovered that the low FODMAP diet reduced levels of bifidobacteria in people with IBS. Bifidobacteria is a gut microbe that has … More What role does the gastrointestinal microbiota play in IBS symptoms?
UPDATED 2018: I originally posted this in Feb 2014 and I left King’s College London at the end of 2016 to travel the world for a year. You can read all about my journey travelling around the world on a modified FODMAP diet in the dedicated Travel section on our FODMAP blog. Right now I am … More I’m now researching FODMAPs at Kings College London!