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Spilling the Tea on Splenda / Sucralose and IBS

Splenda® (Sucarlose) and IBS

Splenda®, or “sucralose”, is a Food & Drug Administration (FDA)-approved artificial sweetener which entered the mainstream food system in the United States back in the late 1990’s.  Along with its sugar substitute counterparts including saccharin, aspartame (now labeled as “amino sweet”), and a handful of other artificial sweeteners, sucralose has been hit with a lot …

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Butternut squash pancakes (GAPS and Low FODMAP)

Butternut Squash Pancakes (GAPS-Friendly & Low FODMAP)

This GAPS-friendly, low FODMAP pancake recipe is sweet and savory, nourishing and satisfying, grounding and hearty. Whether you’re navigating the GAPS diet, paleo diet, or a low FODMAP diet for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), I hope these pancakes can make your mornings more enjoyable! (They certainly got me through the majority of my holistic IBS …

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