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Gut Feeling: Delicious low FODMAP recipes to soothe the symptoms of a sensitive gut


16-03-2017 11:23
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Soothe the symptoms of a sensitive gut with the low FODMAP diet


Gut Feeling, a new book written by two dieticians, Lorraine Maher and Paula Mee, contains over 100 delicious recipes that will allow followers of the restrictive FODMAP diet to continue to enjoy tasty food. Gut Feeling launched last night in Bulthaup Hanover Quay and delicious Gut Feeling low FODMAP recipes made by top chef Rozanne Stevens were served. Lucky for you we’ve decided to share these recipes on our blog so you can make them at home!


Bowel conditions affect as many as 1 in 5 people in Ireland, with IBS particularly common in young women in their 20s and 30s. The good news is that research shows that the Low FODMAP diet is proven to relieve symptoms of a sensitive gut. This is an elimination diet that excludes certain carbohydrates known to aggravate gut problems and digestive conditions.


The low FODMAP diet is becoming increasingly accepted as the primary management strategy for IBS, as it can result in a significant reduction of symptoms. However, cutting out FODMAP ingredients can leave people at a loss as to how to eat well without using staples such as bread, pasta, dairy, onion and garlic.


This book changes that, with delicious recipes that will allow followers of the diet to continue to enjoy tasty food. Paula and Lorraine will help you to focus on the impressive list of foods you can eat, and also provide you with simple and relevant substitutions for the foods you have to remove while following the first stage of the low FODMAP diet plan.


With 100 delicious recipes – including breakfasts such as Blueberry, Coconut and Mixed Seed Granola, healthy light bites like Oriental Prawn Noodle Salad and dinners that include Chicken Fajitas and Mediterranean Meatballs – you can find real relief and enjoy food once again.


Gut Feeling can also help you identify foods that trigger your specific gut symptoms, tailor your cooking skills and recipes and modify your meal plans to omit particular culprit foods in the long term.

 

You can buy Gut Feeling online on our website, Dubray, Amazon and in all good bookshops nationwide.

 

Follow Lorraine on Twitter and Facebook and Paula on Twitter and Facebook to keep up to date with their latest news and advice.

 

Check out some of the photographs from the launch over on our Facebook page.

 



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