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FODMAP FRIENDLY Superfood Balls

Energy balls like these are really easy to make and can be done in batches to keep in your freezer. This recipe uses spirulina which is great for supporting your immune system because it’s rich in iron, beta carotenoids and protein.

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Lemon courgette ribbons with walnuts and feta

Rocket and lemon are both bitter foods which help stimulate your digestive juices. While the creamy feta and salty olives in this dish balance the flavours and provide texture.

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Chocolate Pecan Balls

Energy balls are a great snack to have on hand. You can prepare a batch of these at the weekend and keep them in the fridge or even in the freezer if you want to make them last longer. Most energy ball recipes contain high FODMAP ingredients like dates, but these delicious sweet treats are FODMAP […]

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Pizza Pancakes

A low-carb alternative to a family favourite, this pizza is designed to boost your vegetable intake without boosting your waistline. It serves 2, so share with a friend.

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Kale & Tomato Salad

This salad combines prebiotic-rich sprouted seeds with kale, which is rich in magnesium, iron and B vitamins, to keep your digestion and energy levels – and you – running smoothly.

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Red Pepper Dip

Most dips contain beans or pulses which are high in FODMAPs and can aggravate symptoms for those suffering from IBS. This dip uses protein packed goat’s cheese as an alternative to make a creamy dip which makes a perfect snack.

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Roasted Tomato Soup

Tomatoes are high in the antioxidant lycopene which has been linked to boosting heart and brain health and reducing risk of chronic diseases. The power of lycopene is also believed to be increased during the cooking process so this soup is packed with health boosting antioxidant goodness!

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Capers on cod with veggies

Fish is a great source of protein and is naturally lighter on your digestion than meat. However if you’re not a fish fan you can substitute in chicken or tofu. The capers in this recipe are a great source of B vitamins which play an essential role in energy production.

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Gluten Free Banana, Blueberry & pecan pancakes

These pancakes make a perfect lazy weekend breakfast. Packed with prebiotic goodness from the banana and health boosting antioxidants from the berries these oats will help keep you full and your energy balanced until lunch..

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Key Lime Smoothie

We’ve taken two classic pudding flavours and turned them into a delicious breakfast smoothie and it’s FODMAP FRIENDLY too!

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