So…here’s the scoop about coconut for low FODMAP diet followers. Per the Monash app my go to resource…
- Coconut milk (canned) is allowed in 1/2 cup portion per meal or snack
- Coconut water is allowed in SMALL quantity < 1/4 cup per meal or snack
- Shredded dried coconut is allowed in 1/4 cup per meal or snack
And of course, coconut oil which has NO carbs–has NO FODMAPs and can be incorporated per your personal health goals.
I love the flavor of coconut so try to incorporate a little whenever possible. 🙂
I have some fun recipes this week and a probiotic post coming up to share…so stay tuned.
And today, I am giving away a wonderful cookbook, Artisanal Gluten Free Cooking. Not all the recipes are low FODMAP but many can become low FODMAP with a few simple tweaks. It’s a gorgeous cookbook written by a husband and wife, Kelli and Peter Bronski. Peter has celiac disease and Kelli has worked in the hospitality and restaurant business for years…and they collaborated to create this great cookbook! Check it out!
If you’d like a chance to win this gorgeous book, this is what I am hoping for in exchange for a chance to win…
As you may have noticed I launched a new product: a balanced box for a digestive peace of mind. This box contains 5 delicious food products, recipes, a grocery shopping pad and more. The feedback on the balanced box has been terrific…and we are so excited about it here at katescarlata.com! So much so… we can’t wait to launch the next box. So…what I would LOVE to know is what would you like to see in the next box? Recipe ideas? Fun products? Food samples? Please share…and you’ll be entered to win this beautiful gluten free cookbook!