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What is Low FODMAP?
The Low FODMAP diet plan, although called an elimination diet, is not a weight loss plan. A Low FODMAP diet seeks to limit foods that have been proven to aggravate the gut and cause IBS symptoms. The diet is best undertaken with the support of a dietitian or healthcare professional, and begins with a 2 to 6 week period of high restrictions. Certain foods can usually then be slowly re-introduced.
FODMAP stands for:
Fermentable: carbohydrates that are broken down by microorganisms (bacteria) in the gut to produce alcohol or organic acids
Oligosaccharides: 'oligo' means a few individual sugars that are joined together
Disaccharides: two sugar molecules (Lactose; found in dairy products)
Monosaccharides: one sugar molecule
And Polyols: sugar alcohols
In short, FODMAP foods are a group of poorly absorbed fermentable short chain carbohydrates that can lead to excessive fluid and gas production, often causing gastrointestinal discomfort (e.g. bloating, abdominal pain and distension in some people).
What are common IBS symptoms?
When suffering from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), some people experience only mild to moderate symptoms, while others can experience debilitating symptoms which can affect their quality of life. Not everyone will experience the same symptoms, and while these are not exclusive to IBS, some symptoms can include abdominal pain or cramping, diarrhoea and constipation, abdominal bloating, mucus present in the stools, and nausea. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms you should seek the advice of a healthcare professional.
If you have been diagnosed with IBS, our range of low FODMAP ready made meals could be right for you.
Are your meals suitable for people on a low FODMAP diet?
Yes! We're proud to cater for a range of dietary requirements, and we have a range of delicious low FODMAP meals easy for you to choose from. For low FODMAP friendly foods, you can trust Dineamic.
What food can I eat on a low FODMAP diet?
When it comes to eating low FODMAP ready meals, portion sizes are very important, as well as eating the right foods. To easily identify where FODMAPs occur, the Low FODMAP Monash App is an excellent resource. The app uses a traffic light system to categorise foods into what can be eaten freely and what should be limited. With the largest available FODMAP food database, the app has helped millions of people manage their IBS. Or check our our low FODMAP shopping list and easy swaps.
Do you cater for allergies, food intolerances and dietary preferences?
We definitely do! You can use the filter key online to see only the meals that cater to your food requirements. Whether you’re looking for low FODMAP food delivery, low gluten, no added dairy or any other dietary preference, you can trust Dineamic. Our meals are delivered fresh and can also be frozen if you need them to last longer, making them the best option for low FODMAP freezer meals.
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What's The Most Convenient Way To Use Dineamic?
For convenience and cost-effectiveness, try a subscription with Dineamic. A subscription allows you to choose the low FODMAP meals that you want to eat, save on your order and get free delivery. Best part is that once you have selected your meals you're good to go for however long you like. Easily cancel anytime! See Dineamic's subscription options.