Catering for sensitive stomachs around Christmas time can be a challenge – everyone deserves a treat, but not the resulting payback in the form of cramps, bloated tummy and other ‘joys’ of IBS flare ups.
If you are still in search for tasty things to put on your Christmas table – you’ve come to the right place, we’ve done our research for celebratory food that comes without uncomfortable consequences and here is our compilation of the mouth-watering finds from ‘low FODMAP’ experts*:
If your household is more crackling than traditional turkey for Christmas, we came across this festive looking dish from Alana, of Alittlebityummy.com:
If you are worried about ‘overdoing it’ at the festive table, here are few tips from nutritionist Kim Lang, who along with other things recommends Enterosgel as a drug-free way to help your digestion:
“The excesses of Christmas food and drink can wreak havoc on your gut health, resulting in digestive problems like bloating, diarrhoea and even the dreaded food poisoning. If you have a sensitive gut or IBS, be extra careful. Sachets of Enterosgel are a great addition to your medical cabinet and handbag over the festive season. It’s an organic intestinal adsorbent, which means it binds to the harmful molecules which are related to diarrhoea and bloating, and gently removes them with the stool, helping to keep your digestive system safe and happy.”
With Christmas only a few days away and a New Year around the corner, we want to take the opportunity to wish all of our readers a wonderful festive time and all the best for 2019.
See you all next year for more healthy gut stories and advice!
*Please keep in mind that while we reposted these recipes from the respected sources, these suggestions cannot replace advice given to you by a medical professional. If unsure whether the recipe would be suitable for your condition – check with your doctor first!