However, to those following a low FODMAP vegan diet, travelling can be an extremely anxiety-provoking experience due to a number of factors including the fear of unknown foods, the limited availability and knowledge of how takeout food is prepared and options available, language barriers and the lack of routine. Some cultures struggle with the concept of a plant-based diet and that also complicates things. It’s easy to become even more restrictive in your diet in an attempt to avoid potential trigger foods, sabotaging your attempts to enjoy your “time out”. Before you allow your IBS symptoms and concerns to control your life, take a moment to listen to psychologist, nutritionist and behavioural scientist Sharon (AKA the FODMAP Friendly Vegan) as she talks us through some quick tips for how you can plan ahead to get the most of your holiday, symptom free.
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FodShop is the world’s first online FODMAP expert Commercial Nutritionist-run shop & gastroenterology resource, supplying more than 2,000 low FODMAP approved food