The low FODMAP diet is increasingly recognised as the primary management strategy for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), as it results in a significant reduction of symptoms in over 70% of people who try it. However, cutting out FODMAPs (a group of short-chain carbohydrates which are frequently malabsorbed in the small intestine) 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 all of that. With 100 delicious recipes - including breakfasts such as Coconut and Mixed Seed Granola, healthy light bites like Prawn Rice Salad, and dinners that include Mexican Chicken Fajitas and Mediterranean Meatballs - you can find real relief and enjoy food once again.
'Low FODMAP eating can really help those with IBS. Think again if you believe it will be boring. The mouth-watering recipes in here will help you adjust to a way of life that can help you manage your symptoms.' Dr Nina Byrne
'I was told that stress caused my IBS, and I never thought anything could change the pain, wind, bloating, sickness and embarrassment. After years of suffering, now I can live without fear and pain. The Low FODMAP Diet is the solution.' Muna Nahab, Client
'Finding Low FODMAP changed my approach to what I eat. Having suffered with IBS for over 15 years, it's now under control and I have more energy and a healthier lifestyle as a result!' Aoife Mollin, Client
'I started the FODMAP diet after a year of having issues. Immediately it had a major impact on my life. I could eliminate food that were causing my symptoms while introducing new foods into my diet that I still enjoy today. I would highly recommend this diet to anyone. Stick with it and the benefits will last a life time!' Thomas Clarke, Client
Author Biography: Paula Mee, BSc, Dip Dietetics, MSc in Health Sciences, MINDI is a state registered dietitian. She recently completed low FODMAP training in Kings College, London. She has a dietetic clinic in Blackrock and her own nutrition consultancy (www.paulamee.com). She contributes regularly to national TV, radio and print media. She is the co-author of Your Middle Years: Love Them. Live Them. Own Them Lorraine Maher has had an eclectic career in dietetics over the past 15 years. She is dedicated to helping people achieve the right diet for them, has a particular interest in the management of IBS and completed her low FODMAP training in King's College London in 2013. She offers virtual dietetic consultations to help clients successfully implement this complex diet and continually develops recipes to make the journey easier.