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Top Posts for Low-FODMAP Diet, Great for Newbies!

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Top Posts for Low-FODMAP Diet, Great for Newbies!

The low-FODMAP diet can be tricky, especially if you do not have the means to work with a Certified Nutritionist or Registered Dietitian familiar with the diet.  If you are working on your own, I have listed some of my most popular posts here to help answer your questions.

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As always if you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to connect with me!  Send me a private message on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fodmaplife

First – you’ll need our Low-FODMAP Grocery List on this page: http://fodmaplife.com/fodmap-grocery-list/ and if you want a printable version, sign up to our email newsletter in the month of March: http://ow.ly/KfnXu 

Now read up on these!

What are other ways you can become oh-so brilliant when following this diet?  

  • Check out my Books/Resources tab for the books I personally use.
  • Join our Facebook community to meet over 35,000 people across the world
  • Check out Instagram where I post photos almost daily, mostly of food, products and recipes!
  • Watch our YouTube Channel for inspiring videos and our famous recipe for Pão de Queijo (a.k.a. Cheese Bread)
  • Tweet with us on Twitter!

Here’s to your health!

Colleen Francioli, Certified Nutritionist & Founder

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    • Colleen

      Hi Fernanda,
      Not that I know of yet. I am learning how to speak Portuguese as my husband is Brazilian so maybe we should make some of our handouts in different languages – great future project. There’s a blog called My Gut Feeling and she writes in English and Portuguese. Check it out! ~ Colleen

  1. Isabel

    I have a question: if garlic and onion are to be avoided completely. How is garlic infused oil okay?

    • Colleen

      Hi Isabel! It’s because when the garlic-infused oil is made, the FODMAPs (fructans) in garlic are water soluble so they will not leach into the oil. Thanks for your comment! ~ Colleen

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