Egg-free diet

Introduction to an Egg-Free Diet

Eggs are often used in cooking and baking because of their material properties. But what if you can’t eat them? While following an egg-free diet

Dairy-Free Diet

Introduction to a Dairy-Free Diet

Dairy alternatives have exploded over the past few years, with more and more dairy-free products in grocery stores each year. Milk alternatives taste great and

Introduction to Celiac Disease

Thinking of going gluten-free? You may want to first check for a celiac disease diagnosis!  Going gluten-free has become popular, but when is it trendy

Fig Finds: Vegan Snacks

Plant-based diets are gaining in popularity and the food industry is rising to meet this need. A vegan diet is one that excludes all animal

Gluten-Free Diet Introcution

Introduction to a Gluten-Free Diet

Gluten-free foods and menus are popping up everywhere. This may be a blessing for those already following a gluten-free diet, but it creates questions for

Low FODMAP Label Reading

While it’s always the safest bet to eat certified low FODMAP foods when following a low FODMAP elimination diet, it’s not possible to do so

Add Variety to a Low FODMAP Diet

From dragon fruit to lentils and millet to lactose-free kefir, it really is possible to eat the rainbow on a low FODMAP diet – as long as you watch your serving sizes. This week’s guest blogger, Antonella Dewell, RDN, gives her best tips for adding variety. Enjoy!

Is Cheese Low FODMAP

Low FODMAP Cheese

It’s a happy day when people discover they can still eat cheese on a low FODMAP diet! Lactose is the FODMAP of concern when it comes to dairy products like cheese. Fortunately, many cheeses are considered low lactose, especially aged cheeses. But how do you know which cheeses are low enough in lactose to be considered low FODMAP cheese? It’s really quite simple!

Low FODMAP Snacks like popcorn

Low FODMAP Snacks

If you’re following a low FODMAP diet, I’m sure you are familiar with the portion size restrictions around some of your favorite foods. You may find that your meals are a bit smaller than they were before, leaving you feeling hungry in between meals. How do we feed that hunger while still adhering to the low FODMAP diet? Let’s take a look at how to enjoy snacks while on a low FODMAP diet.

What is FODMAP Stacking and How do You Avoid it?

FODMAP stacking happens when you eat two or more servings from the same FODMAP group at the same time or within several hours of each other. When this happens, FODMAPs can compound together and cause symptoms.