Welcome to The Biome Kitchen!

Join me as we explore the digestive biome together through serious science and simple, plant-forward seasonal recipes.

Emma in The Biome Kitchen Garden

Let’s Nourish With Food!

Do you want to optimize your digestive health or practice some simple, seasonal plant-forward recipes?  You have come to the right place!

Our mission at The Biome Kitchen is to “Nourish with Food” to help those with digestive disorders manage their nutrition-related symptoms to optimize gut health. We support and share the science behind the best personalized diets for digestive health from low FODMAP and Gluten-Free plans to Plant-Forward and Food-Sensitivity diets.

Three services provided at The Biome Kitchen are low FODMAP Diet coaching programs; culinary programs, and events; and communication services such as speaking, media or writing projects.

  • 6 week Group coaching based on cutting-edge nutrition and the low FODMAP Diet .
  • Cooking with a seasonal plant-forward approach, modified to GI disease and symptoms.
  • Communicating to the public the importance of special diets and plant-forward cooking for digestive health and overall well-being.

Through virtual and live one-on-one nutrition counseling, culinary workshops and communications we would like to spread the word that optimal nutrition is beneficial from the gut up to the brain.

Inquire about the brand new 6 week low FODMAP Method ! This program offers a weekly group Zoom call and a private group FB Page to discuss progress. Please make an appointment for a free 15 minute one-on-one consultation for the program or sign up for The Biome Kitchen Newsletter.

News from Emma

Physicians' Elemental Formula

The Elemental Diet & SIBO

The Elemental Diet can be used in cases of Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO as a diet which helps to decrease bacterial overload in the small intestine. SIBO is defined ...
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Grape & Feta Arugula Salad

Grape & Feta Arugula Salad

This grape and feta sunflower salad is a delicious Spring Salad. The sweetness from the grapes and crunchiness from the sunflowers adds texture and complimenting flavors. The feta adds a ...
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Fiber in Potato

Low FODMAP Facts : Soluble vs Insoluble Fiber

The Mayo Clinic describes fiber as “ Fiber is commonly classified as soluble, which dissolves in water, or insoluble, which doesn't dissolve.” Soluble fiber. Soluble fibers dissolve and form a gel ...
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