I am super excited about this box full of yummy treats for the FODMAPer on the go!
And I am giving one away today! Available for sale on my site for a limited time! To enter for a chance to win a box, kindly leave a comment and share your favorite brand name product that’s easy on digestion for on the run!
I have partnered in this project with Barney’s Butter, TrueLemon, Go Macro, Laiki crackers, Way Better Snacks and Ginny Bakes. I hand selected the products that are included in the box! In fact, I personally take these to go items with me when I am traveling the globe! Barney’s butter snack packets are the perfect size for FODMAPers–keeping to a 1 tablespoon serving size! LOVE that! Go Macro peanut butter bars are full of protein and well tolerated by my FODMAP clients! They truly keep my belly calm and full! TrueLemon adds a nice citrus flavor to water and recipes. I even add it to my ice cubes! Ginny Bakes mini chocolate chip cookies are such a fun and tasty gluten free bite size cookie treat! I have always been a fan of mini cookies…ever since I was a little girl! Hot off the press…Laiki crackers are a complete new find for me! These whole grain rice crackers remind me of triscuits but better! Just three ingredients… love, love, love that! And Way Better Snacks multigrain tortilla chips are a fave! I work for Way Better Snacks as a nutrition ambassador spreading the word about the health benefits of sprouting. Way Better Snacks includes sprouted seeds in these yummy tortilla chips! And we added the cutest FODMAPer tote bag and sticker to the box for even more fun for the FODMAPer!
Note: I selected products from each line that appear suitable for the low FODMAP diet. It is possible that not all products from each manufacturer are suitable for the FODMAPer. ALWAYS read ingredient labels!…BUT, I know you already know that!!
The purpose of the Digestive Peace of Mind Box is to introduce new foods to the FODMAPer. Also, I created the box as I wanted the FODMAPer to have a little treat. 🙂 We all deserve a little pampering! When you have digestive issues…it’s hard enough. The low FODMAP diet has been life changing for me after years of an upset belly after major intestinal surgery 20 years ago! It’s nice to know what to eat to keep my belly calm. I don’t follow the diet completely–as I am well aware now of what I can and can’t eat to keep my symptoms in check!
Gotta run! Busy, busy prepping for my all day Digestive Health Seminar this Thursday! Plus, two talks that I will be giving next week to dietitians in Augusta, Georgia!