Check Out These 4th of July Low-FODMAP Tips!

I love the 4th of July!  And if you’re trying out the low-FODMAP diet, you can enjoy the holiday too.  Back in 2014 I wrote a post about how to navigate the low-FODMAP diet and enjoy the 4th of July, and I decided to revisit that post and update it.  Take a look here:

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Colleen Francioli

Certified Nutritionist Consultant
Founder FODMAP Life & BonCalme

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I'm Colleen Francioli, a certified nutritionist and author with a focus on helping people with IBS, other functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) and food intolerances. I once suffered from IBS and have since found life balance with the low-FODMAP diet, an elimination diet developed in Australia, proven to help relieve symptoms of IBS.

2 thoughts on “Check Out These 4th of July Low-FODMAP Tips!”

  1. I’m finding it hard because I can’t eat spicy food & some herbs I get the runs bad, so all I can eat is meat & 3 veg for tea, not sure what to take to work for lunches. It’ s hopeless going out for tea as most all the food have garlic,onion,spice & herbs, Di

    1. I understand how you feel… the diet can seem limiting, but you’re only to follow it for 2-6 weeks. Keep your head up! I have many recipe and snack ideas on my blog (look under recipes) and my new book has over 300 recipes plus tips on eating out, reading labels and more: Amazon:
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      Good luck!

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