Stacking and snacking on the low FODMAP diet
Presenter: Ijmeet Maan, APD
Following the elimination phase of the low FODMAP diet and not getting enough relief? Stacking may be something to consider. In this presentation, Dietitian Ijmeet Maan will explain exactly what FODMAP stacking is and how it can occur on the low FODMAP diet. We’ll explore some practical tips to minimise or avoid stacking as well as some snacking tips when following the low FODMAP diet.
Ijmeet Maan is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD), Nutritionist and Social Media Executive at FODMAP Friendly.
She graduated Deakin University with a Masters of Dietetics and a Bachelor of Health Sciences majoring in Food Studies and Nutrition.
She is a FODMAP trained dietitian, having completed both the FODMAP Institute ‘IBS Management: The Low FODMAP Diet’ course and Monash University ‘Low FODMAP Diet for IBS’ online training course for health professionals.
Ijmeet is meticulously involved in the FODMAP Friendly Certification Program globally, with manufacturers, recipe creation, educational posts and marketing to help those following a low FODMAP diet. She is passionate about helping and supporting people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) to identify which foods and habits are causing trouble and to eat and shop with confidence.
When Ijmeet is not developing nutritional content, she enjoys reading, keeping active with walks, gym and yoga and, spending quality time with her family and friends.