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If you have a FODMAP questions or a query about our FODMAP memberships or resources, then we would love to hear from you. Send us a message or check out our FAQ section below.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do the clubs have resources for the elimination phase and reintroduction phase of the low FODMAP diet?
They sure do. All our recipes and meal plans are suitable for the first elimination phase of the low FODMAP diet. In the Wellness Club you can also access a 6 week FODMAP101 online course that guides you through the first phase of the diet, then you can move onto our FODMAP Reintroduction online course that teaches you how to reintroduce high FODMAP foods and identify foods that trigger your symptoms. We also have a range of dietitian led online group classes that you can join on different gut health and FODMAP topics.
What are my billing options?
We offer flexible billing options and you can choose from monthly, 3-monthly and yearly memberships. You can cancel at any time during your membership period to stop your card from being billed again.
Do you have low FODMAP vegan & vegetarian recipes and meal plans?
Yes! Through our Wellness Club you can access 8 weeks of nutritionally balanced vegan and vegetarian meal plans. We also have lots of low FODMAP recipes for you to enjoy – there are 330+ vegetarian recipes of which 250+ recipes are suitable for vegans. You can access these recipes via the Recipe Club or Wellness Club.
How do I cancel my club membership?
You can cancel your club membership at any time to stop your account from being re-billed. To cancel your membership go to your membership subscription page.
Are A Little Bit Yummy resources credible?
They sure are. We have world leading FODMAP trained dietitians on hand to answer questions and review content so you can eat with confidence.
Our founder, Alana Scott has been a recipe writer for the Monash University FODMAP team. This means she has been trained in how to accurately write tasty low FODMAP recipes that don’t contain FODMAP stacking.
A Little Bit Yummy is recommended as a credible low FODMAP resource by dietitians and gastroenterologists from around the world, has been used in Low FODMAP Research Studies by The University of Otago, and has been mentioned as a credible resource in medical journal articles in ‘Practical Gastroenterology’ and ‘Nutrition in Clinical Practice’.
Ready to take control of your gut?
We’re here to teach you how to settle your gut symptoms and figure out your food triggers. Become a FODMAP club member today and unlock premium recipes, online courses, meal plans, and expert support.