Fodmap Edition Virtual Show 2021
We have some incredible presenters sharing a range of different topics, including cooking demonstrations, Q&As, tips and tricks for living FODMAP-friendly and recipes for you to try at home.
Food Chemicals or FODMAPs, What’s Your IBS Trigger
Research indicates 50-80% of people get an improvement on the low FODMAP Diet. But, what if you’re one of the 20-50% that don’t? Food chemicals are different from FODMAPs, they occur naturally in many foods or can be added in food processing. For some people these can trigger IBS symptoms. Learn about the differences between FODMAPs and food chemicals and how to determine which approach is best for you.
How to gain long-term IBS relief without a restrictive diet
If you are following a restrictive diet and finding it difficult to manage your IBS or perhaps spending a lot of money on probiotics in the hope they will work, this video is for you. Find out how you can gain real long-term relief without making your gut health worse.
How to Low FODMAP Your Favourite Recipes - Chelsea McCallum
Have you been told to follow a low FODMAP diet and feel limited, lost and confused? Chelsea, an IBS Dietitian and FODMAP Expert will show you how to modify your favourite sweet and savoury recipes so that you can gain control over your symptoms whilst enjoying food that you love. These simple strategies can be applied to almost any recipe to ensure that it is tummy-friendly.
Journey to Veganism and the Low FODMAP Diet - Q+A Session with Sharon Rosenrauch
Q + A- In this Q&A session, qualified nutritionist and vegan, Sharon Rosenrauch (@thefodmapfriendlyvegan on Instagram) shares her journey to Veganism, and gives us insight into her extensive nutritional knowledge.
How Diet Influences Mental, Brain and Gut Health
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a functional bowel disorder. The causes of IBS are multifactorial but include a disturbance of the brain-gut axis and possibly an altered gut microbiome. It is well established that the common mental disorders of anxiety and depression often co-exist with IBS, which are likely linked to these factors. Hence, the emerging area of nutritional psychiatry is important in terms of how diet can influence mental and brain health.
Cooking with Alana Scott - Low FODMAP Nachos
Who loves nachos? We do! Yummy beef nachos are super easy to make low FODMAP, gluten free and allergy friendly. Think smoky ground beef topped with a bright and friendly cucumber, lime and red pepper salsa rounded out with your choice of toppings like grated cheese and sour cream (yes there’s a low FODMAP serve)! This recipe has also been dietitian reviewed so you can eat with confidence.
Reintroducing FODMAPs Back Into Your Diet
So you’ve done the elimination phase of the low FODMAP diet, but what comes next? Welcome to the second and third phases of the low FODMAP diet. Reintroducing FODMAPs back into your diet with a planned and structured method is an integral step to help expand your dietary variety, increase your intake of prebiotic foods for gut health and make eating out much easier and more exciting! In this presentation, gut health and IBS expert dietitian, Rebecca from FODMAP Nutrition and Dietetics, explains practical tips and strategies to identify FODMAP triggers and add well tolerated FODMAP groups back into your diet.
Common mistakes made on the low FODMAP diet
The low FODMAP diet is effective in relieving gut symptoms such as bloating, wind, diarrhoea, constipation and stomach pain in up to 3 out of 4 IBS sufferers. But the low FODMAP diet is quite complicated, and it can be easy to make simple mistakes. This video provides insight into some of the most common mistakes made on the low FODMAP diet and what you can do to avoid them so you can settle down your symptoms faster.
When low FODMAPs is not enough
In those with food reactions, potential low FODMAP diet triggers are often investigated first. If symptoms persist, and the diet has been implemented correctly, you may want to explore whether natural and added food chemicals are other possible food triggers. Food is complex. Some of the natural chemicals that contribute flavour to fresh foods are the salicylates, amines and glutamates. Manufacturers add preservatives, colouring and flavouring chemicals to food to enhance looks, taste and shelf life. Both FODMAP and food chemical triggers can impact gut symptoms, but food chemicals can also influence headaches, migraines, sleep, mood, brain fog, skin itch and rashes, to name some. Like FODMAPs an elimination diet and challenge protocol can be followed, or some just dabble with limiting foods categorized in the very high list.
Label Reading on the Low FODMAP Diet
In this video, Dietitian Crystal (@ibsfodmapdietitian) explains how to label read on the Low FODMAP diet, what to look for and how to spot hidden high FODMAP ingredients.
Q&A Session with Dakota Rhys Jones & Courtney Roulston
Please Join Monash Dietitian Dakota Rhys Jones & Coles Ambassador and former MasterChef Courtney Roulston for a Q&A Session answering all the community questions.
Are you overwhelmed with where to start on the Low FODMAP diet? - Liz
Are you overwhelmed with where to start on the Low FODMAP diet? Have you read up about it but unsure whether you’re missing any parts of the puzzle? Liz Radicevic knows how daunting starting off can be, but is here to help set you up properly. She explores the common mishaps that people encounter as they commence the Low FODMAP Journey, as well as some tips to help get you started and to regain control of your life again!