When you’re suffering from Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), finding foods that don’t leave you with stomach cramps and belly pain can be hard. Planning whole meals around SIBO, can be even harder. That’s why my friend Rebecca Coomes developed the 14-day SIBO Meal Plans.
These meal plans are based on the SIBO Bi Phasic Diet by Dr. Nirala Jacobi, and within each plan, you get: 40+ recipes, 100% gluten free, low carb, low dairy, low sugar, low FODMAP options, weekly shopping lists, and helpful tips to make everything easier.
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When you live with SIBO you learn that food can cause you pain, bloating and those embarrassing symptoms no one wants to have. It can also be overwhelming when it comes to figuring out which foods are SIBO-friendly and how to make those foods into daily meals.
The SIBO Meal Plans take that stress away. You will no longer need to spend hours every week looking for suitable recipes, as every recipe within the SIBO Meal Plan is compliant for the phase it follows.
If you have been feeling frustrated that you haven’t been able to stick to your SIBO diet, or you’re annoyed at the number of hours you spend searching online or thumbing through recipe books for SIBO-friendly dishes, then these meal plans are for you. And not only will these plans save you time, they’ll save you money as you’ll only be buying the ingredients you’ll actually use.
And if you have additional dietary requirements such as food intolerances or allergies, you can easily substitute those ingredients for others, or simply swap out a meal for another one.
I know how difficult it can be to make SIBO-friendly meals:
I have struggled in the past trying to make my own meals and would try to use a paleo or gluten-free recipe and switch out specific ingredients, and it just got difficult and way too time-consuming.
If you’re like me, your day-to-day is already packed with many to-dos and then you need to figure out meals that don’t cause your SIBO to flare up. So when it comes to having someone else take the hassle away from planning your food — it makes your day that much easier. And who wouldn’t want that?!
Your eating protocol doesn’t have to be boring, bland, and restrictive.
And to help you even more, check out some of Rebecca’s SIBO-friendly recipes that will save you time and leave your tummy much happier. Let me know which are your favorites or if you have some you’d like to share.