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SIBO Diet Plan – Week 4

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Almond Chocolate Chip Cookies

                      These cookies are very simple to make so it's easy to do on your own or with the whole family. These satisfy your sweet tooth but also give you a boost from healthy fats and protein in the...

Asian Veggie Bowl

                      There's something about food in a bowl that feels a little bit more comforting. This bowl makes a delicious dinner but is also great to make at the beginning of the week to divide up for...

Sardine Fritters with Spicy Sauce

I have to admit, I'm not a huge fan of sardines, even though I'd like to be since they're a great source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D. So when I asked an intern to recipe test these for me, I hesitantly tried one. They're good! If you...

Steamed Broccoli with Lemon & Garlic

Broccoli, like other cruciferous vegetables can be hard to tolerate for some people with SIBO. If you know you tolerate broccoli well, you can certainly add it to your diet earlier. Lemon juice is a “histamine liberator” but it is tolerated by many people.

Autumn Spice Nut Butter

It's very easy to make your own nut butter and this one accentuates the flavors of fall. You can eat this by the spoonful or enjoy it on pancakes, waffles or a banana. Ingredients: 1 pound raw pecans or walnuts (I recommend a softer nut) 1/2...

PB&J Jar

Guest Post by Vital Food Therapeutics Nutrition Intern Charlotte Christensen. Yield: 1 serving Cook Time: 10 minutes I don’t know about you but sometimes I get a hankering for a PB&J that I just can’t shake! Unfortunately, this all-time favorite comfort food isn't...

Choco-Banana Smoothie Bowl

Eating slowly and in a relaxed atmosphere supports your digestion. That's one reason I love smoothie bowls. The second reason is - toppings! The picture here shows the bare minimum but you can add fresh fruit, coconut or whatever else comes to mind. If you're on the...

Coconut Fat Bombs

Guest post by Vital Food Therapeutics Intern, Brooke Hopfauf. Fat bombs are the perfect snack for an energy boost and provide long-lasting satiety. Coconut oil has medium chain triglycerides, which are easier to absorb than many other fats. Nut butters are a great...

Pecan Butter Blondies

(Photo by Vital Food Therapeutics Intern Marne Bishop) Not one, but two people have remarked to me, "These are life changing!" It's a pretty strong statement so even if they're not life changing for you, I hope they at least add more variety and yumminess to your diet...

Buffalo Chicken Wings

Chicken wings might make you think more of the super bowl and beer than a healthy diet but the truth is they provide healthy fat and protein when made from organic, pastured chickens. Add ranch dressing made from 24 hour yogurt and they'll be a hit for parties or a...

Chocolate Lime Gummies

If you do well with gelatin, gummies are a convenient and tasty snack and an easy way to get some protein on the go. Many people do well with smaller amounts of chocolate, which is low FODMAPs but isn't on the SIBO Specific Food Guide. If you are just testing...

Garlic Herb Almond Crackers

This cracker recipe is adapted from a recipe from the NUNM Food as Medicine Institute FAME program. Using garlic oil is a good way to get the taste of garlic without using high FODMAP garlic cloves.1/4 cup of almond flour is low FODMAP. Ingredients: 1 ¾ cups almond...

Pecan Butter

When people first try nuts on a SIBO diet, I recommend they do so judiciously. The nice thing about pecan butter is it's naturally sweet, so a spoonful or two by itself or with a banana can be very satisfying. Pecan butter is also great in nut butter pancakes and...

Banana Ginger Spice Cake with Coconut Ginger Glaze

Guest post from Intern Lindsay McDonald Recipe adapted from empoweredsustenance.com Serves: 12 / Prep Time: 20 minutes / Cook Time: 30 minutes /Inactive Time: 20 minutes Wonderfully moist with just the right amount of sweetness, this cake is a perfect accompaniment to...

Zucchini Banana Muffins with Blueberry Compote

Guest Post by Nutrition Intern Lindsay McDonald Serves: 10-12 / Prep Time: 10min / Cook Time: 24 Minutes Portable and perfect for making ahead, these muffins offer a quick and nutritious option for breakfast or a snack. For a slightly different taste, try adding in a...

Nutty Lemon Balls

Ingredients: 1 ½ cups shredded coconut + extra for covering balls 1 ½ cups almond flour 1 cup finely ground pecans 3 Tablespoons fresh lemon juice 2 Tablespoons lemon zest 2/3 cup clover honey 1 cup slighted melted coconut cream (Let's Do Organic is recommended)...

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