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Contributors | Low FODMAP Diet by FODMAP Life


ZLATA FAERMAN – Palm Beach Gardens, FLzlata

Full-time publicist, part-time writer, and round-the-clock ambassador to wit and humor, I’m a Jersey Girl making my way through life in South Florida with my husband, Alex, and our sweet pup, LexZ. I’m a self-taught home cook who relies on taste bud science for my mostly simple, sometimes healthy/sometimes not, always delicious recipes. When I’m not crafting kitchen concoctions, I can be found reading an awesome book (translation: trashy magazine), crossing the line between ‘funny’ and ‘inappropriate,’ and fantasizing about being a Real Housewife of Palm Beach.

On www.lifeandthymez.com Zlata creates delicious low-FODMAP and gluten-free recipes to “recipleaze.”  She also writes about lifestyle and beauty.


ANNA LEWIN – United Kingdomanna lewin

Hello! I’m Anna. I’ve been following a low FODMAP lifestyle (and blogging) for a year now, and what a difference it has made to how I feel! I now have a much better understanding of my body, and which FODMAP foods will affect me – it’s been a time of real discovery. I’m very excited to be a guest blogger for FODMAP Life and hope you enjoy the posts. I adapt recipes with a ‘keep it simple’ approach – life is already complicated enough! Anna xo

Find more of our awesome contributors on our parent site BonCalme.com – there you will find additional people who write about digestive disorders, auto-immune conditions and food allergies.


  1. Can you maybe give an example of a daily menu? How many portions of what foodgroup should we consume?

    • Hi Annemarie, You’ll just want to stick to low-FODMAP foods and not consume any foods HIGH in FODMAPs. For breakfast an idea would be lactose-free strawberry yogurt and a slice of gluten-free toast with one tablespoon almond butter. This breakfast is low in FODMAPs. The food groups come into play in the Challenge Phase when you select one FODMAP group, one food from that group at a time. Does this make sense? ~Colleen


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