In the past couple of weeks I have basically been eating the same things so I will only list my newest additions. Drinks - I realized I have never mentioned what I drink since starting this diet. I have tried to eliminate soda and juice cocktails from my diet, but of course it's easier said than done. … Continue reading FODMAP diet weeks 5 & 6 . . .
Week 4 of my FODMAP diet was out of my control because I was on vacation. Beforehand, I knew it would be a challenge and it was, but not bad. Travel day was difficult, having a flight departing at 5:15 am is not a pleasant experience, but at least we had a layover where I … Continue reading FODMAP Diet Week 4 – Travel . . . .
I added a couple of items to my breakfast routine. Eating a banana, steel-cut oats, and a boiled egg everyday gets boring. I found the below items that are all gluten-free, wheat, dairy, and soy free. Also,"So Coconut milk" is my jam, haven't had any issues with it. Apologies for the quality of the … Continue reading FODMAP Diet Week 3 – My recipes . . .
So . . working 11-hour days two days straight, is probably not a smart thing to do when you have IBD. I am beyond tired . . . I think I started speaking in tongues by the end of the day, could not form a sentence to save my life. But I am taking a … Continue reading Beyond tired . . .
FODMAP week 1 was a struggle, i felt like I was always hungry and quickly realized I needed to almost double my portions to prevent snacking. I had the following meal plan this past week: Breakfast 1 boiled egg - Sunday evening I boiled 5 eggs and every morning I heated a egg in warm water … Continue reading FODMAP Diet Week 1 – My recipes