Welcome to my blog. Belly Gone Bad was started as a result of my own personal struggles with too many bad belly days with IBS and SIBO. My intention is to provide evidenced based and current nutrition recommendations for those seeking improved digestive health.


  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Completed the Monash University RDN training for the Low FODMAP Diet for Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
  • Inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative colitis)
  • Bariatric/Metabolic Surgery
  • Lactose intolerance
  • Enteral nutrition (tube feedings)

Low FODMAP Resources


Here is a list of high and low FODMAP foods created by Patsy Catsos MS RD LD author of The IBS Elimination Diet and Cookbook: The Proven Low-FODMAP Plan for Eating Well and Feeling Great. This book is a great place to start for anyone wanting to learn more about the low FODMAP diet.

Kate Scarlata RDN also has a great website that provides many low FODMAP resources, recipes, and shopping list. Here is her link to a great overview of high and low FODMAP foods and a low FODMAP grocery list.

Both Patsy Catsos MS, RD, LD and Kate Scarlata RDN have wonderful RDN tool kits and educational handouts to purchase which I have found very helpful in my practice.

Here are some other great websites and blogs to expand you knowledge about the low FODMAP diet.


Monash University low FODMAP website  Provides an easy to read overview of the low FODMAP diet with link to their blogs, recipes, and up to date news.

Monash University Low FODMAP smartphone app   Great app to use at any stage of the low FODMAP diet journey. This app provides a quick reference of most foods and categorizes them as either high, moderate, or low FODMAP using a red, yellow, green color coding system. You will also find information on specific portions sizes to help keep portions at a safe threshold or higher when challenging. FODMAP groups.

Low FODMAP Central created by Nestle Health Science provides a great overview of the low FODMAP diet with descriptive videos.


Kate Scarlata RDN blog

Patsy Catsos MS, RD, LD blog

Julia O'Hara Calm Belly Kitchen

A Little Bit Yummy

Clean Low FODMAP Snacks