Hello FODMAPers & Friends!
During IBS Awareness month, I requested your input about future blog topics…and there was a request to provide a quick and easy way to describe the low FODMAP diet to friends and family. So…the team at For a Digestive Peace of Mind, worked behind the scenes to create a few resources for you. We call them Grab + Go Passes.
Instead of creating a long list of all the high and low FODMAP foods…we called out just the key items that might be an issue when dining out and created a small information card for the chef! We also created one for the teacher and a general one that can be shared with friends, your doctor or simply as a resource for yourself. Click here to find the Grab + Go PDFs and print.
The Grab + Go Passes provide a space where you can write in & personalize your nutrition guidelines. You can also laminate them for safe keeping. We designed the Grab + Go Pass for the teacher in a tag format so that you can attach to a backpack or tote, if desired.
The purpose of these Grab + Go Passes is to help describe the low FODMAP diet in easy terms and to highlight the primary foods to avoid in restaurants or schools. Again, this is a simplified low FODMAP tool but we think it will be quite useful for the FODMAPer, the chef, the teacher and others!
We’d love your feedback! Feel free to leave a comment at the end of this post.
In other news..there is just 9 days left of June (how in the world did that happen…time flies!)…and that means that Cedars Sinai’s matching (up to $100,000) campaign for research is ending soon. If you are not aware…as part of IBS Awareness month and my I Believe in your Story campaign, I encouraged donations for IBS research. If you are interested in being part of the solution to find a cure and effective treatments for IBS & SIBO, please consider making a donation. Since Cedars Sinai has a matching donor up to $100,000 and thus far my followers have contributed almost $4,000….this will be doubled!! Yahoo!! University of Michigan has also received many donations though I don’t have the $ amount yet. BOTH institutions are leading the way in the United States in IBS and SIBO research. With research funding limited these days…they could benefit from your help. Click here to learn more & donate!
Have a GREAT week!
17 replies on “Grab + Go Low FODMAP Info Cards“
The cards are a wonderful idea! I have often needed this and will definitely use the cards in the future. Thank you.
Intolerance is spelled “intolorance” on the Chef card at the bottom. This is a great idea!
We fixed that error and then… uploaded the wrong one! oops. Stay tuned.
New version is uploaded. Thanks for noting that and letting me know!
Love these! Have printed them out and will work on customizing them to personal intolerances. Thank you!! Would love to have a digitally modifiable file so I don’t have to reinvent the wheel when customizing them. 🙂
Thanks for your work.
Mona–unfortunately the version we originally uploaded for the chef has a typo–please re-print that version for correct spelling! Sorry about that!
What a great idea! Always the advocate! Thank you for the new tools.
Great idea .. ! !
Def will use !
Thank you !
Where can I get them?
Click on the multiple blue links in the post! 🙂
Thank you Kate! I am currently on vacation and eating out daily. I have called the restaurants ahead of time and then repeat my intolerances to the server. This is a great idea!! I will def. print these when I return home for future “date nights!”
I’ve been meaning to do this for months! Unfortunately, I only think of it when I’m out at a restaurant monopolizing the waitstaff’s time! Thank you for making this so much easier!
Bless you the grab and go cards are awesome!! You have helped me so often l can’t wait to try them out.
Thanks for all you do.
This is fantastic! Thank you so much! I can’t begin to express how much I think this will help, but I’m pretty sure you already have an idea.
Thanks for your sweet comment! 🙂
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