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Aubergine, Quinoa, Feta and Fresh Herbs

Aubergine, Quinoa, Feta and Fresh Herbs

Quinoa is a great ingredient to use instead of couscous and pasta and is lovely in Mediterranean style dish. It is low in FODMAPs and should be tolerated by most people with IBS.

Health Benefits  - low FODMAPS, IBS

Hot Smoked Salmon, Wilted Spinach and Lemon Salad

Hot Smoked Salmon, Wilted Spinach and Lemon Salad

Spinach is a vegetable that is tolerated by most people with a sensitive gut and it complements smoked salmon very well. The sweetened lemon cuts through the richness of the salmon.

  Health Benefits  - low FOFMAPS, source of iron and Omega-3

Roasted Red Pepper, Rosemary and Sunflower Seed Pâté

Roasted Red Pepper, Rosemary and Sunflower Seed Pâté 

A simple, nutritious spread that can be eaten as a snack with crackers or used instead of butter in sandwiches.
 Health Benefits  - No FODMAPs, low suger, good source of fiber

Vegetarian Meatball and Tomato Soup with Lentil and Basil

Vegetarian Meatball and Tomato Soup with Lentil and Basil

  This is a hearty, homemade Italian-style tomato and vegetarian meatball soup, with lentils and fresh basil. It is perfect served with a a touch of cheese and a chunk of seeded bread.

Health Benefits  -  high in protien, great for lunches whilst working at home

Walnut, Tomato and Sage Pâté

Walnut, Tomato and Sage Pâté

Just two store cupboard ingredients plus a herb that grows in many gardens across the UK. 
 Health Benefits  - good source of omega 3, vegetarian, low in fodmaps
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