I absolutely love tea. I drink at least 1 cup every day because I find it so calming. You can learn about which teas are low FODMAP here. Fresh ginger and maple syrup are both low FODMAP, and can be used to make a soothing homemade tea. Today I am sharing my recipe for Low FODMAP Fresh Ginger and Maple Tea.
Ginger is not only delicious but also healthy and beneficial for some areas of health.
Research has found that ginger is more helpful than placebo in managing nausea and vomiting in certain populations (i.e., postoperative patients, pregnant women, chemotherapy patients, and patients on antiretroviral medications).¹
Personally, nausea is one of my IBS symptoms, and ginger helps me, but I also love the taste of ginger and find it soothing (so that could be why). You can try out this low FODMAP tea and test if you find it beneficial as well. You don’t need to be nauseous to drink this tea, you can make it simply because it is delicious.
You can try out this low FODMAP tea and test if you find it helpful as well. It is so easy to make, just three basic ingredients. You don’t need to be nauseous to drink this tea, you can make it simply because it is delicious.
Every time I buy a fresh ginger root, I peel and slice the entire root. The extra slices keep well in the freezer when stored in a plastic bag or container. This is super convenient to have on hand for whenever you have a ginger craving or an upset tummy.
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I hope you find this low FODMAP fresh ginger and maple tea soothing too.
1. Marx, W. A., Kiss, N. B., & Isenring, L. A. (2015). Is ginger beneficial for nausea and vomiting An update of the literature. Current Opinion in Supportive & Palliative Care, 9(2),189-195. doi: 10.1097/SPC.0000000000000135