So DH needs to be on a low fodmap diet. We eat pretty balanced almost all home cooked meals and he has been gluten free for 6 months now and that was an easy transition for all of us.
I am struggling to figure out how to support his dietary needs while also feeding the kids. Some of this is because the list of low fodmap foods is complicated and not obvious and its all new.
I would love tips from others about low fodmap diets and also managing restricted diets in general.
I might just need a pep talk.
grapefruit / 4455 posts
@maddyz: when I was on it I found that not EVERYTHING son the list actually affected me and my GI doc said it was just trial and error to some extent. It's not as convenient but try and keep it simple foods for everyone to start and you will get by!!
honeydew / 7463 posts
So I’m not sure if this is even an option, but Epicured is a meal delivery service for low fodmap. I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis last summer and while I was encouraged to go on low fodmap (mostly because I was in a serious flare) I ended up not. The food options look excellent though. Even as a temporary thing until you can wrap your mind around it.
nectarine / 2465 posts
Try the Monash app!
coconut / 8079 posts
@maddyz: check out real food with Jessica (blog)