Printable Weekly Meal Planner for the Low-FODMAP Diet
As I have mentioned several times on the food blog, one positive thing (one of the very FEW) positive things to come out of the pandemic is it has given most of us a renewed sense of urgency when it comes to our health, including a healthy lifestyle and healthy eating. Whether it’s COVID, the flu, a nasty cold, or a host of other illnesses, the healthier WE are, the better our CHANCES of recovery (even survival) are.
Healthy eating isn’t just KEY to improving our health, the right diet can even improve symptoms we may have that are interfering with us feeling as well as we’d like. Many people have food intolerances they aren’t even aware of. They, unfortunately, get kind of accustomed to the bloating and discomfort and think, “It’s all part of growing older…”
Been there, said that!
From EveryWell.com: The low-FODMAP diet is a short-term elimination diet that can potentially offer relief to people suffering from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). By systematically eliminating and then reintroducing FODMAPs, some people are able to identify which FODMAPs cause them symptoms, giving them the ability to better decide which foods to eat and to avoid.
To learn much more about the low-FODMAP diet, I hope you’ll click the following link. Not only is there a comprehensive guide and wealth of information, you’ll also find a great printable pdf chart and weekly meal guide! See Low-FODMAP Diet Guide and Printable PDF Chart for more information.