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I believe that when you to tweak elements in your diet to improve your health and wellbeing, the focus should firstly be on the great things you ‘can do’, ‘can eat’, ‘can feel’ before getting too caught up in the things you ‘can’t do’ or need to omit. It changes your mindset AND makes a new diet or routine less of a challenge. There’s positivity surrounding it. Because health shouldn’t have to be challenging.

The other day I popped some delicious low FODMAP ingredients on top of the first low FODMAP bread by Baker’s Delight – LoFo Loaf. You saw how yummy they are and featured here, you can see just how many incredible foods you CAN EAT if you need to follow a low FODMAP diet.

Bread wouldn’t usually feature in the pic, but this one is an exception to the rule. For the next few weeks I’m going to enjoy my Lo-Fo Loaf and track the results versus eating a regular bread – you want to join? Let’s call it the ‘No-Challenge Challenge’. Game on friends! #nochallengechallenge

This is partnered post with Bakers Delight

Jacqueline Alwill

Jacqueline Alwill is a qualified, practicing nutritionist, personal trainer, whole foods cook and most importantly mother to Jet. She is committed to improving the health, wellbeing and happiness of all individuals.

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