Low FODMAP Blueberry Drink
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If you or someone you know suffers from IBS chances are you know just how important a low FODMAP diet is. I have a close family member who suffers from turbulent stomach cramps, urgent bathroom trips, and gassiness from eating processed foods and carbs. Over the years it has been trial and error when it comes to what foods to eat, and which foods to avoid. Since said person wants to remain anonymous, I will not disclose their relation, but let’s just say I, in turn, suffer when they suffer from certain foods.
When you or someone in the same household has digestive issues it is not a one person issue. Trying to manage IBS or gut issues has also become my job because I do not want to see this person in discomfort. Creating certain meal plans, accepting the millions of bathroom trips, and making sure to stock up on foods that are low FODMAP has become my regular job. At first, I admit it was difficult to adjust to not regularly cooking certain foods, but I am getting better at it as time goes by.
Since we typically make our own whey protein shakes which are low FODMAP we were not familiar with the new ProNourish™ drinks brand. However, now that said person has tried these low FODMAP drinks, they are loving the taste and overall convenience they provide.
Available in Strawberry Banana and French Vanilla, ProNourish™ drinks help support digestive health with 3 grams of low FODMAP fiber, plus they are gluten-free and contain no high-fructose corn syrup. When you are on a low FODMAP diet, staying away from processed foods that contain FODMAP’s and especially high fructose foods is key!
ProNourish™ drinks are easy to bring to work, and stash in one’s desk or purse for days when fresh meals are not possible. We like to dress these drinks up at home and make a Low FODMAP Blueberry Drink with 1/2 cup of frozen blueberries, and about 3 ice cubes. These mix-ins to turn them into frosty, dessert-like indulgences that are still low FODMAP approved when blended on high for 20 seconds.
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