My Top 5 IBS-Friendly Foods

My top 5 IBS-friendly foods are listed here. They include types of milk, creamer, cheese, kombucha, and ice cream.

True Life

Lactose free milk with 13g of protein and 50 percent less sugar than regular milk. This milk also contains more calcium than regular milk. I was very surprised and excited to learn this year that True Life was lactose-free!

Natural Bliss Almond or Coconut Creamer

I've tried many dairy-free creamers, and Natural Bliss by Coffee-Mate is by far my favorite! Not only are these coffee creamers plant-based, they also use minimal and non-GMO ingredients. Every flavor is delicious! The flavors include Vanilla Almond Milk, Caramel Almond Milk, Hazelnut Almond Milk, and Sweet Créme Coconut Milk.

Chao Cheese Slices by Field Roast

These rich and cheesy cheese alternative slices are made with coconut-based and seasoned with fermented tofu. The flavors include creamy original, tomato cayenne, and coconut herb. These slices are great as a dairy-free snack, or to add to your sandwich or burger!

Humm Coconut Lime Kombucha

I have tried many kombucha brands and flavors, and Humm Coconut Lime is my favorite, hands down! It has the perfect flavor and amount of fizz. I've only ever been able to find this brand and flavor at Target. Humm's other flavors are also delicious, including the blueberry mint!

Halo Top Ice Cream

Soy and dairy-free, vegan - this ice cream is THE BEST! I loved Halo Top before, but now with their new plant-based recipe, they have won my heart even more! The new dairy-free options come in 7 flavors and are marked dairy-free on the front of the pint to easily be able to tell between the new coconut milk vs. cow's milk ice cream. These pints are still low sugar, low carb, low fat, just like the original! And still packs in 12g of protein per carton!

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