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Inflammatory bowel disease is no joke. While we know that diet and lifestyle can have an effect on symptoms, we still don’t really know the underlying causes. Even so, if you or somebody you know suffers from IBD, you know that certain foods can trigger symptoms. Luckily, SOSCuisine’s team of registered dietitians works hard to make sure that our meal plans are suitable for any diet or medical situation. So, here are 10 amazing recipes for people with IBD that won’t trigger symptoms.
The heart of palm is an edible inner portion of the stem of various palm trees which grow in many tropical climates. It is fresh only in the areas where it is grown. Elsewhere, it is available packed in water and canned. Its delicate flavour reminiscent of asparagus or artichokes, combines well with the tartness of the grapefruit in this recipe.
This yummy dessert is simple but sophisticated. Cooking fruit doesn’t just make them easier to digest, it also deepens the flavour and brings out sweetness. This recipe also has fresh ginger, which has been shown to help with digestive health.
This quick, easy meal is filling and flavourful. It’s great for pasta-lovers and egg-lovers alike.