Bone broth is an old-fashioned dietary staple that is enjoying new-fangled popularity as a way to promote gut health. For my medically reviewed article on the science behind bone broth and gut health see:
If bone broth sounds like something you would like to try for your IBS, I think you will find that this recipe will surprise you as to how easy it is to prepare. If your system is super-sensitive, you could prepare your broth using just the bones and water. But if you think you would enjoy some extra flavoring, you can have confidence that all of the ingredients in the recipe are low in FODMAPs and therefore should not set off unwanted symptoms.
Please note that this recipe has been designed with FODMAP information available at the time of its publication through the use of the Monash University Low-FODMAP app, but the broth itself has not been tested for its FODMAP content. Once your broth has been prepared, please start with sipping a small amount to make sure that it sits well with your system.
Adapted from: “Gut-Healing Bone Broth Recipe“