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Rest Phase – Tips

It should be entirely possible for you to continue with your normal exercise routine on the G Plan. Keep ACTIVE As we’ve said, this first phase may not be the time to take up a new workout or set yourself a gruelling fitness challenge. But we’d absolutely encourage you to stay fit and active, and […]

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Rest Phase – How You Might Feel!

This very much depends on what your diet was like before starting the plan. If it was heavy on processed foods, sugar, bread and caffeine, then the next few days will be quite a change for you. Many people experience withdrawal headaches or fatigue for a couple of days if they go without caffeine. This […]

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Phase 1 Shopping List

Below is a shopping list of ingredients for the Phase 1 main recipes. If you want to try any of the bonus recipes or are swapping a recipe you will need to amend the shopping list. We have included a section below for what to add/remove if you’re following the FODMAP FRIENDLY plan. Breakfast Fresh […]

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Kefir Recipes

Kefir Recipes Kefir Berry Banana Smoothie The berries add a vitamin C hit to support immune function while the oats will help fill you up on busy mornings. 1 serving / 2 mins / easy 2 tablespoons mixed berries, fresh or frozen ½ banana 100ml dairy or nondairy milk, coconut water or water 50ml kefir [...]

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Sauerkraut Recipes

Sauerkraut Recipes Shaved Asparagus and Sauerkraut Salad Asparagus, especially raw, is good for your gut. It contains a special type of fibre called inulin, which is a prebiotic food for your microbiota. If you really don’t fancy eating it raw, you can lightly steam it. 1 serving 6-8 spears of asparagus 1 large handful of [...]

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Kimchi Recipes

Kimchi Recipes Super Stir-fry with Miso Soup and Kimchi This Asian-inspired dish is super-delicious and the most traditional way to serve kimchi. 2 servings 140g (5oz) rice noodles 1 tablespoon olive oil 4 garlic cloves, chopped 4cm (1½ inches) fresh root ginger, cut into matchsticks 1 head of broccoli, chopped 2 bok choi or pak [...]

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Everything you need to know about food intolerances

Up to 20% of us believe we are intolerant to certain foods… #fancy-title-5 {font-family: "Varela Round"} What’s the difference between and allergy and an intolerance? True allergies are a reaction between the body’s immune system and a usually harmless substance. Each time a person comes into contact with that substance their bloodstream is flooded with [...]

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How to reduce stomach bloating

We all know how embarrassing and uncomfortable wind can be - whether it's coming out from the top or bottom or whether it's as trapped air within our abdomen or gas escaping at a really bad time! #fancy-title-7 {font-family: "Varela Round"} Flatulence describes intestinal gas or wind in the colon or stomach or any other [...]

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How to prevent constipation

Many digestive problems begin as a condition of stagnation. This stagnation can be worsened by other factors such as a lack of water, lack of fibre, stress (which slows down digestion), dysbiosis (gut bacteria being out of balance), lack of exercise etc. It is easy to see why so many people can now suffer from [...]

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