We appreciate you coming down to support us @crapstayathomemum! We're glad you enjoyed your LoFo, Gluten Free donuts!
Regram from @crapstayathomemum Delicious donuts @foddiesfoods - they appealed for people to visit as Hall Street is a nightmare at the moment with construction and they're not getting much foot traffic, so I did my community service and bought a couple of gluten free 🍩 to share!
Lyx att hinma både morgonpromenad o nice frulle innan jobbet😍💐💖🌞 Overnight oats (1 dl havregryn,1 msk chiafrön, 1 dl yoghurt och 1 dl havremjölk) med blåbär, kokoschips, kakaonibs, hallon och bipollen. Bipollen är ett av världens mest näringsrika livsmedel och är fullt av vitaminer och mineraler. Både bipollen och kakaonibs passar perfekt som topping på gröt, smoothies osv då det är crunchy och ger lite tuggmotstånd. Med koden happyjohanna100 får ni 100 kr rabatt vid köp för 300 kr på @happygreen.se
So, I’ve yapped on about FODMAPs for a bit now but I haven’t actually explained what they are. They are tiny carbohydrates found in certain foods and stand for “fermentable, oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides & polyols”. Sounds confusing but basically they are short-chain carbs that some people cannot digest.
• Fermentable -> meaning they are being broken down by bacteria in the large intestine.
• Oligosaccharides -> Fructans and GOS - found in foods such as wheat, rye, onion, garlic etc.
• Disaccharides -> Lactose - found in dairy products such as milk and soft cheeses.
• Monosaccharides -> Fructose - found in honey and apples etc.
• Polyols -> Sorbitol and mannitol - found in some fruit and veg like mushrooms.
How do these FODMAPs trigger IBS?
When consumed, FODMAPs can be poorly absorbed in the small intestine and pass through to the large intestine where 2 processes can happen that cause IBS symptoms.
So the elimination diet is 2-6 weeks where you cut out all high FODMAP food/drinks and once your symptom free (or as close to) you introduce each type of food and see which are your triggers! The first foods I’ll be introducing is onion/garlic :)
Morning oats before & after. Courtesy of @elovenasuomi Great idea while having no kitchen due to renovation. Water is easy peasy to boil. Leave to sit while you brush your teeth and voila! My spouse was surprised there’s chocolate in it. I explained it was the only one without apple and thus the only one I could eat 🤷🏼♀️😇 Please stop putting apple everywhere like cereal and smoothies so we the FODMAP people have a chance to find something to consume. Especially when the isn’t always time or facilities to make everything from scratch. Thank you! #lowfodmapdiet#lowfodmap#oats#Elovena#kaurapuuro#suklaapuuro#aamupala#keittiöremontti#breakfast#brekkie#ibs#livingwithIBS
Throwback to traveling this past week. I’m a very picky eater and there’s not much at the airport that I can eat. So, I chose a @starbucks protein box. Bad thing about this, I could only eat 1/2 the box bc the apple and honey PB are high in Fodmaps that affect me BAD. How do you manage the airports??
Good morning from Vietnam ✨☀️
Starting the day with a bowl of fresh fruit delivered to our hotel room, containing rambutan (like a lychee), bananas, mango, dragon fruit and another fruit we have asked about several times and still cannot pronounce or spell 😂
Fruit is a hard one for those following a low FODMAP diet due to the level of sugar in them, however with fruit and a low FODMAP diet it is all about quantity control
My stomach can be really sensitive to bananas, so these small unripe ones are perfect for me! Unripe bananas are considered low FODMAP, however once they become ripe, the fructose level in them are considered high FODMAP
I won't be eating the mango, as this high FODMAP, containing high levels of fructose, even in small amounts
Rambutans are low FODMAP in small doses (around 2), however around 4 then leads to higher levels of Oligos-fructans