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FODMAPs

FODMAP Cookbook & Meal Plans

I am proud to provide a low FODMAP cookbook that was reviewed and approved my the Monash University FODMAP experts in Australia!  10% of the proceeds of the sale of this cookbok goes back to the Monash team to fund further research. Please use this cookbook for your personal use or for patient education only. Kindly refer health professionals to my site to purchase my FODMAP handouts.

fodmap education FODMAP Education Patient Handouts (pdf)
$85 USD

Dietitians working with digestive health clients and the low FODMAP diet will love these easy to use reproducible patient educational handouts.

In one easy to download packet, you will receive 11 reproducible handouts—9 newly designed handouts covering key FODMAP topics along with 2 more: Kate’s most recent FODMAP Checklist and Grocery List.

Topics include:

• FODMAP label reading: a snapshot of food ingredients that are high or low in FODMAPs.
• Reintroduction of FODMAPs: Details the re-introduction challenge phase of the diet and tips on diet therapy after any potential failed challenges.
• Low FODMAP vegetarian diet guidelines including sample menu ideas along with 2 favorite vegetarian recipes.
• Lactose content of foods
• Flavor without FODMAPs: Tips on flavoring your favorite recipes with seasonings safe on the low FODMAP diet.
• Fiber without FODMAPs: List of fiber-rich low FODMAP foods and guidelines for fiber needs
• Menu and snack planning on the low FODMAP diet.
• Simple low FODMAP recipes: a sampling of easy to make recipes including salad dressings, a basic muffin recipe with 3 variations and chicken broth.
• IBS symptom log and tracking sheet
• The low FODMAP diet checklist detailing foods high and low in FODMAPs (Complementary)
• FODMAP grocery list (complementary): colorful one page handout to make grocery shopping easier on the low FODMAP diet.

   
fodmap cooking Low FODMAP Cooking with Kate Scarlata (pdf)
$10 USD

This Monash University reviewed and approved cookbook covers the gamut including:

Breakfast nosh: such as Buckwheat Crepes, High Fiber Breakfast Porridge, Creamy Parmesan Polenta with Eggs and Maple Granola to yummy salads
Fabulous side dishes: such as Kale and Pumpkin Seed Salad, Quinoa Tabouli, Roasted Tomato Caprese and Savory Rice Pilaf.
Family friendly favorites: Mama Mia Meatballs, Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Peanut Sesame Noodles with Sautéed Vegetables and Tofu, Farmer’s Market Frittata and Tandoori Chicken
Delicious sweet treats: such as Oh Yeah Oatmeal Cookies, The Cheeky Monkey Smoothie, Easy Peasy Peanut Butter Cookies and so much more!

There are 47 recipes including a few popular blog recipes BUT the majority are brand spanking NEW! This is an e-cookbook, so you can download, print and get cookin’ right away!

10% of the profits of this cookbook will be provided to Monash University to support FODMAP research!

   
21 day fodmap friendly meal plan 21 Day FODMAP Friendly Meal Plan (pdf)
$10 USD

This e-booklet contains 3 weeks of delicious menu plans and 14 recipes.   Looking for FODMAP friendly breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner inspiration?  Look no more.  This e-booklet provides simple to prepare menus that will leave your mouth watering and your tummy tame!

About FODMAPs

FODMAPs is an acronym, coined by two Australian researchers, Sue Shepherd and Peter Gibson, that refers to Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols. In short, FODMAPs are small chain sugars and fibers that are poorly digested and can contribute to gas, bloating and other digestive woes. FODMAPs are fast food for gut bacteria.  When the bacteria consume the FODMAPs, they produce gas—ouch!  FODMAPs are common in our diet.  Food and beverages such as milk, ice cream, apples, pears, mango, honey, agave syrup, watermelon, onion, garlic, wheat, barley, peaches, apricots, blackberries and common fiber additives known as inulin or chicory root extract are sources of FODMAPs.  The low FODMAP diet was designed to help minimize symptoms in individuals that suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

Following a low FODMAP diet can be a challenge without the help of a FODMAP knowledgeable dietitian.  As with any diet change, be sure to discuss whether the low FODMAP diet is appropriate for you with your health practitioner.

I have been educating individuals with IBS on the low FODMAP diet since 2009.  Educating my clients on this diet has been the most rewarding work I have done as a registered dietitian.  The low FODMAP diet has been life transforming for many people. Yay!!

To learn more about FODMAPs, visit blog.katescarlata.com for recipes,
grocery lists, check lists and more.