12 Jan 2019

Three certified low-FODMAP recipes from Elle Joy

From The Weekend with Karyn Hay , 11:45 am on 12 January 2019
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Photo: Elle Joy

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) affects one in seven people. Melbourne teacher Elle Joy was diagnosed in 2013 and found, like many others with the condition, that a diet low in FODMAPs - short-chain carbohydrates naturally occurring in many foods which aren't properly absorbed in the gut keeps her symptoms under control.

She's created the website FODMAPHealth.com and an eBook of certified low-FODMAP, gluten-free recipes.

She shares with us her recipes for Zucchini PastaRainbow Lean Beef Sesame Stir-Fry and Lime, Ginger & Coconut Balls.

Elle's recipes are based on a low-FODMAP diet especially developed by Monash University researchers to provide relief from irritable bowel syndrome. 
Learn more about the trademarked Monash University low-FODMAP diet here.

Recipe: Zucchini Pasta (by Elle Joy)

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Photo: FODMAP Health.com

Recipe: Rainbow Lean Beef Sesame Stir-Fry (by Elle Joy)

Rainbow lean beef sesame stirfry

Photo: FODMAPhealth.com

Recipe: Lime, Ginger & Coconut Balls (by Elle Joy)

Lime, ginger & coconut balls

Photo: FODMAPhealth.com

Recipe: Allergy-Friendly Pizza (by Charlotte Graham-McLay)

A serving of allergy-friendly pizza.

Photo: Charlotte Graham-McLay

Recipe: Low-FODMAP Fried Rice by Charlotte Graham-McLay)

A serving of fried rice.

Photo: Charlotte Graham-McLay