I thought it would be pretty cool to add a Forum to my site and I’d like for people to write on this Forum, which I will personally monitor and publish the content.

I wish for this to be a useful tool, where we can help and learn from each other experiences.

Therefore if you would like to write, I will be honoured, but I ask you to please abide by the following rules:

  1. This is a PG Forum, keep it clean and in English only.
  2. No bad language or insults, no nastiness in the comments. If you can’t say something nice or encouraging or helpful, please do not say anything at all (in my forum).
  3. Do not spam ever, if you do I will remove your post.
  4. Do not use all CAPITALS letters in your post, it’s annoying to read and sounds like you are SHOUTING.
  5. If you use images in the post, keep them tiny.
  6. No posting inappropriate material, keep it PG of the 1950s (I’ve heard some s*#@ and d*#@ and even a f@!# word in some recents PG movies).
  7. Promoting illegal activity is of course out of bound, such as (but not limited to) copyright material and images, illegal downloads, torrents etc.
  8. You can promote your web site in your signature, but please do not post links to sites you run or are in any way affiliated with, in your posts.

Thank you, I appreciate you for abiding the above rules.

4 comments on “Forum

  1. My 12 year old has been on a low fodmap diet for a while now and it’s been a big adjustment trying to find kid friendly recipes that she likes, but also fun to make new things! I am struggling in trying to figure out what to do about an Easter Basket this year… Any suggestions?

  2. It does not look as though there is much activity here, but I would really love to hear from people about what products you have found to be low fodmap. I ate very healthy and natural prior to the low fodmap diet but I would consume some natural and organic products such as condiments, soups, nut milks, and dairy free cheese and yogurt alternayives. The only low fodmap product I know of as of late is the whole foods brand 365 mayonnaise with the blue lid. I have heard most other brands are as well .

    • Living low fodmap is a lot more cooking from scratch. There are some really good recipes out there though! We are a big fan of turkey and zoodles! I call it spaghetti with a twist for my 12 year old and she loves it! We eat a lot more fruit and I make a lot of breakfast for dinner because most everything breakfast is low fodmap and there is a lot of variety you can make.

  3. i have been on a low fodmap diet for just under a year and the result have been amazing, but about three weeks ago the symptoms have started to come back
    has anybody else experienced this or got any advise

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