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GI Rescue Recipes: Low-Sugar Olive Oil Cake

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This cake is a go-to, healthy-ish treat at our house! The family begs for it. With just a 1/2 cup of sugar in the whole cake and no butter, it's sweet enough without being overly so, dairy-free, and yet so moist and delicious, you don't feel like you're sacrificing anything to eat better. It can also be made gluten-free, if you need to avoid gluten or are following the Low FODMAP diet. Like most gluten-free baked goods, the end result is a slightly denser cake, but no less delicious. This cake is so easy to make I whip it up at least once a week. Pro tip: Use a pretty bundt cake pan and wow everyone at the table with ...Read more.

GI Rescue Recipes: Turkey-Stuffed Peppers

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It's dinner time AGAIN. I need something easy and fast, yet healthy and nutritious, plus it needs to meet the Low FODMAP diet guidelines. (Code for it's good for your gut!) I looked at several different stuffed pepper recipes and created my own healthy version that has become a weekly go-to meal in our house, plus a family favorite! Oh, and my husband loves it even more when I throw a few jalapeƱos on the top of his serving. Bring on the heat. ;) Bonus: It tastes just as good or even better the next day for lunch, and during these quarantine times having good food ready to eat on hand is a lifesaver. I hope your family ...Read more.

GI Rescue Recipes for Kids: Flourless Chocolatey Chip Cookies

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Just in time for Valentine's Day, these delectable, melt-in-your-mouth treats are sure to be a hit with your family! They are low in sugar, super easy to make, and fit within the Low FODMAP diet restrictions for GI issues. A great option instead of giving store-bought chocolate or candy, and they are seriously delicious. ...Read more.