Articles by Glenda Bishop

Glenda Bishop is a Registered Nutritionist, wellness coach, neuroscientist and educator, who enjoys a happy and fulfilling life despite living with multiple food intolerances. She uses her insider experience of irritable bowel syndrome and food intolerances, alongside her expertise in nutrition, health and medical science, to develop easy to use strategies that help fellow suffers rediscover the joys of delicious food. With her down-to-earth and no-fuss attitude, Glenda skips all the gimmicks and focusses on simple approaches to remove the irritation of food intolerances from daily life.


The Smoothest Low FODMAP Hommus

Many people on a low FODMAP diet are surprised to learn that they can still eat hommus. Provided they make it at home with garlic-infused oil to avoid the FODMAPs found in whole garlic. But after the initial excitement of making homemade hommus (hummus, hummous, or however you prefer to spell it), often comes the…

Low FODMAP Bread Pudding with Blueberries

Many, many moons ago, I used to eat fresh bread all the time. I loved being able to use it in so many different ways. From soft sandwiches to crunchy toast, from custardy bread pudding to squishy French toast. The versatility of a fresh loaf of bread is something to be reckoned with. But after…

4 tips for healthy and quick low FODMAP meals

Everyone needs a few quick and healthy meals in their cooking repertoire that can be prepared in no time at all. Especially for those days when you’ve run out of time or can’t be bothered to cook. And while these meals will help you to stay healthy, they’ll also make sticking to your low FODMAP…

Low FODMAP Cevapi (Skinless Sausages)

If you’ve been having trouble finding low FODMAP sausages with any flavour, or finding low FODMAP sausages at all, then look no further. You can make your own at home in no time at all. Sure, you could mess around with a sausage maker and sausage skin and do the whole thing ‘properly’. But an…

Your guide to starting a low FODMAP diet

So you’ve been told by your doctor that starting a low FODMAP diet may help your Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). That’s great, because the low FODMAP diet can relieve symptoms in around 7 out of 10 people with IBS. But this isn’t an easy diet to follow alone. And you don’t want to follow it…

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