#034 Dietitian Chloe Adams Explains Differences Between SIBO and IBS

#034 Dietitian Chloe Adams Explains Differences Between SIBO and IBS

Chloe Adams, a low FODMAP specialised dietitian from England, explains the relationship between SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) and IBS symptoms. In this episode, you’ll learn: How did Chloe come across the low FODMAP diet? What exactly is SIBO and what is its link to IBS? Do SIBO and IBS have similar symptoms and does […]

Chocolate, Saint or Sinner for IBS Sufferers?

Chocolate, Saint or Sinner for IBS Sufferers?

When I’ve found out that I had IBS and I needed to follow a low FODMAPs diet, one of the first thing I researched was chocolate. I really couldn’t 🙁 give that up, or at least not without a fight. Searching the internet I found contradictory information, until when I finally downloaded the low FODMAPs […]

#027 RD Janet and Hannah Explain How To Make The Most Of Your Time With The Dietitian

#027 RD Janet and Hannah Explain How To Make The Most Of Your Time With The Dietitian

Dietitians Hannah and Janet, have created Fodify Foods, a range of low FODMAP products, which are so convenient, when we are too busy to cook from scratch. In this episode, our two lovely guests from England, Hannah and Janet, share their knowledge and wisdom about the low FODMAP diet and explain how their personal experiences led them […]

#20 Lee Martin RD Explains The Re-challenge and Reintroduction Phase Of The Low FODMAP Diet

#20 Lee Martin RD Explains The Re-challenge and Reintroduction Phase Of The Low FODMAP Diet

This episode’s guest, Lee Martin, is a specialised dietitian who became part of the low FODMAP diet research team at London King’s College, contributing to the research and development of the diet. Currently, he works as a specialist gastroenterology dietitian at the University College London Hospital where he provides group education on the low FODMAP […]

#004 Dr. Barbara Bolen recommendations for IBS sufferers

#004 Dr. Barbara Bolen recommendations for IBS sufferers

Dr. Barbara Bolen recommendations for IBS sufferers looking at both physical and mental health Why does 15% of the population suffer from IBS and what role does stress play? Dr. Barbara Bolen, a psychologist and health coach offers some sound advice on how to ease IBS symptoms through behavioural changes. She explains the role of […]

#001 How Larah discovered she had IBS and started to follow a low FODMAP diet.

#001 How Larah discovered she had IBS and started to follow a low FODMAP diet.

Finally, the Low FODMAP Diet and IBS Podcast is now available online! Are you suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome and struggle to find a way to manage your symptoms? If your answer is yes, you are just like me, a few years ago. Now I control my horrible IBS symptoms mainly by following a low […]

Acupuncture And IBS

Acupuncture And IBS

Can Acupuncture Relieve IBS? From following this blog you will know already that it is possible to improve Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms by following a low FODMAP diet, but there are also non-diet related ways that can help to reduce the pain caused by IBS. I have previously wrote about how having some hypnotherapy sessions, performing regular exercise and […]

Milk Allergy vs Lactose Intolerance

Milk Allergy vs Lactose Intolerance

What are the differences between food allergy and food intolerance? In a previous post, I wrote about lactose intolerance and what it means for IBS sufferers. For this post I have researched the subject of milk allergy and its effects on people dealing with IBS and also investigated the difference between these two ailments. First of […]

How To Follow A Low FODMAP Diet On Holiday

How To Follow A Low FODMAP Diet On Holiday

Going On Holiday? Be Prepared, Relax and Enjoy! Vacations and holidays are times everyone looks forward to, even those who are on a low FODMAP diet. But these times can be challenging for us low FODMAP dieters, because traveling brings up the possibility of consuming the ‘wrong’ food and by consequence flaring up our IBS […]

IBS In Children

IBS In Children

We know that Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is not exactly a disease; it is referred to as a functional disorder. This means that the bowel is not functioning as it should. This syndrome, can afflict people of all ages, unfortunately also children. What are the symptoms of IBS in children? Verifying IBS in children is […]

Eating Out Tips When Following An IBS Diet

Eating Out Tips When Following An IBS Diet

Eating Out At A Restaurant When You Suffer From IBS Can Be Challenging IBS sufferers often fear eating out at restaurants with friends and family, I know I did. The reason being, that we have to be on a very particular diet, which doesn’t allow us to enjoy eating out what we want and where we’d […]

Low FODMAP Diet vs Paleo Diet

Low FODMAP Diet vs Paleo Diet

Low FODMAP and Paleo Diet, let’s clear some points out. With a myriad of diet options coming out every few months, it is often all too easy to be overwhelmed, not knowing which diet is best for your particular situation.  With this post I am trying to clear up some of the confusion that seems […]

Is IBS All In Your Brain?

Is IBS All In Your Brain?

What Is The Brain-Gut Signal? In the past, doctors used to dismiss Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) sufferers by telling them that their dysfunction existed only in their brain. Well, we can say that they were right in their diagnosis, in a manner of speaking. IBS is all in the sufferer’s brain, or more specifically, in […]

IBS And Alcohol

IBS And Alcohol

Can IBS sufferers drink alcohol? Introduction I have been blogging on IBS and low FODMAP diet for a while now and recently the question came up from somebody asking about the relationship between IBS And Alcohol. Can IBS sufferers still have a drink without having nasty IBS symptoms? Despite not drinking any alcohol, I thought […]

Lactose Intolerance and IBS

Lactose Intolerance and IBS

If you are like me and have had milk and dairy products all your life and now all of a sudden you have IBS and are also lactose intolerant, does it mean that you have to give up dairies all together? Not necessarily, as apparently lactose intolerant individuals can sometimes still eat and drink small […]