I decided to do a one year update and repost on this subject to include a second fiber product that's equally good and somewhat more affordable. I include a review of the products along with a guide on how to take them when you have serious digestive issues caused by IBS, gastroparesis, SIBO or another … Continue reading Low FODMAP Fiber Supplement
These burgers are an exciting change from traditional beef burgers and a fantastic way to liven up what’s going on at the center of a bun. They're a relatively new favorite in our home and we just can't get enough. Bell’s Seasoning, somewhat more commonly known as poultry seasoning, is a combination of rosemary, thyme, … Continue reading Bell’s Pork Burgers
I made these bars for our anniversary/Valentine’s Day treat and boy were they delicious! My husband, who is a total peanut butter hound, went crazy over them. They are very reminiscent of a buckeye or a gourmet peanut butter cup, but they require much less confectioner’s sugar, so they have a lot less carbs and … Continue reading Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars
This chicken bone broth is slow cooked for maximum nutrition and flavor potential. The best part? One pot gives you 5-6 pints of stock that won't upset your sensitive spoonie tummy!
Learn about common gastrointestinal symptoms in EDS and what they might mean. Presented by Dr. Adam Farmer at the Ehlers Danlos Society's annual conference.
I found this wonderful entry on FODMAP, a dietary plan for people with chronic digestive problems on a friend's blog and I wanted to share it. It's valuable information for anyone who struggles with IBS, gastroparesis or any similar intestinal ailment, so take a look. Much of this I had to figure out on my … Continue reading Adventures in FODMAP