About Me

10494864_10152134037437035_1884112192100376134_nI’m Phoebe. I’ve recently graduated from university and entered the (scary) world of employment. This has meant saying goodbye to many things only acceptable when you’re a student – from rolling out of bed in the afternoon to going out in public in a onesie.

One of the biggest changes I’ve had to make is my approach to food. My university days took my love for food one step too far with a night out being incomplete without a visit to the local takeaway shop, soon to be followed by hangover breakfast. Not once did I think about what this was doing to my body.

It was far from ideal when I developed digestive problems. As the stress of university grew, my symptoms went from bad to worse. This was until I came across the FODMAP diet and what at first seemed like the impossible diet has now become a huge help.

Since then I’ve realised how common digestive illnesses and other medical conditions involving food intolerances are, such as Chrones, Coeliac disease and IBS. However, the FODMAP diet remains largely unheard of so I’ve decided to write this blog to spread the word!

I’ll be sure to keep you posted with information, recipes and anything else you may be interested in. I’m constantly learning so forgive me if I get a few things wrong along the way!

Happy fodmapping!

Get in touch: thefodmapper@gmail.com

(NOTE: this does not replace medical treatment if necessary. I would recommend seeing a dietician before starting the FODMAP diet)



  1. Danny Coleman says

    Hi I came across your posts on Instagram and led me to your blog. Very thankful it did, I am looking forward to hearing what you have to say!


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