Monthly SIBO Meal Plans to Help You Follow Your SIBO Diet Protocol

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Eating for SIBO can be stressful and overwhelming.  Meal planning takes time, especially when you are new to SIBO and still trying to wrap your head around your new way of eating.  That’s why Rebecca Coomes developed the Monthly SIBO Meal Plans.  You’ll get:

  • 4 weeks of SIBO friendly meals

  • Over 50 delicious SIBO recipes in each meal plan

  • All recipes 100% gluten-free, grain-free, soy-free, corn-free, sugar-free, dairy-free. Low FODMAP options included

  • Based on the SIBO Bi Phasic Diet by Dr Nirala Jacobi

  • Weekly shopping lists

  • Handy hints and tips to make cooking easier to keep you out of the kitchen

  • Seasonal recipes. Choose from Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter meal plans so you eat right for your season

  • Each recipe serves 2

  • Delivered immediately as a PDF via email

People Living Well With SIBO

"I’m so thankful for your meal plan, I have just found out I have all these nasty parasites, SIBO and low stomach acid so this was the best thing to come across. Really making the whole process a lot less daunting."


- Jessamyn

$34.95 AUD $27.96 AUD

$34.95 AUD $27.96 AUD

About The SIBO Meal Plans

Let’s be honest. Eating for SIBO can be challenging. It can downright suck at some points. You’ve already got a lot going on, with your treatment, remembering to take all of your medications, supplements, herbs, etc. Not to mention the daily management of your symptoms, brain fog, exhaustion… the list goes on. Having someone else take the hassle away from planning your food can make your day just a little bit easier.

During Rebecca Coomes’ SIBO treatment, she got busy in the kitchen creating delicious meals that were easy to make.  Now she’s sharing her recipes with you, so you can make your SIBO journey just as tasty.

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Delicious Recipes

With over 50 different recipes in each SIBO Meal Plan, you will never be left wondering what to eat.  Recipes provide AU, US and UK measurements, temperatures and ingredient names, so you don’t have to search for the conversions. Enjoy delicious breakfasts, lunches, dinners and accompaniments.  Choose from a selection of SIBO-friendly sweets and treats as special occasion food. Each meal plan is based on 2 serves per meal.

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SIBO Compliant

The SIBO Meal Plans are based on the SIBO Bi Phasic Diet, Restricted Phase by Dr Nirala Jacobi.  Each meal plan only contains recipes that are suitable for the Restricted Phase, so you don’t have to worry about whether the recipes are suitable for you to eat.

Monthly Sibo Meal Plan Shopping List

Shopping Lists

You get weekly shopping lists, listing all the ingredients you need to cook the recipes for that week. Simply print out each list out or have it with you on your device when you go shopping.  Ingredients can be found in your local supermarket, fresh food market, butcher, health food store, fishmonger or shop online to save even more time.

Sibo Biphasic Diet

SIBO Bi Phasic Diet

Along with delicious recipes, the SIBO Meal Plans include information on the SIBO Bi Phasic Diet so you can be up to date with the latest information on the protocol. The food tables are included so you can check what ingredients are included at each phase of the protocol.

Take a Peek Inside

Peek Inside Monthly Sibo Meal Plans

* Please note, the SIBO meal plans are an electronic product only. They are sent to you as a PDF download immediately after you purchase them. *

Stop Fearing Food and Start Living Well With SIBO

When you live with SIBO you learn that food can cause you pain, bloating and embarrassing symptoms.  It’s easy to become terrified of eating.

The SIBO Meal Plans take that stress away from you.  All recipes are based on the SIBO Bi Phasic Diet by Dr Nirala Jacobi and have been developed specifically for SIBO patients.  You will no longer need to spend hours every week looking for suitable recipes, as every recipe within the SIBO Meal Plan is compliant for the phase it follows.

If you have been feeling frustrated that you haven’t been able to stick to your SIBO diet, or annoyed at the number of hours you spend searching online or thumbing through recipe books for SIBO friendly dishes, then these meal plans are for you.

All of the work has been done for you.  Simply follow the shopping list to ensure you have a week’s worth of food ready to cook.  Not only will it save you time, but you will save money as you only buy the ingredients you actually need.  Plus, you will get to taste new and exciting recipes, giving you new and delicious meals every day.

And if you have additional dietary requirements such as food intolerances or allergies, you can easily substitute those ingredients for others, or simply swap out a meal for another one.

Access Immediately via Electronic Download. Print Out or View on Your Device

Any Device Monthly Sibo Meal Plans

Upon purchase, the Monthly SIBO Meal Plan is delivered to you immediately via email as a PDF download.  You will be provided a link to download the plan, which will be delivered to you in a PDF file format. You can then save this to your devices such as a tablet, smartphone or computer.  Alternatively, you can print it out.  You may even like to do all of the above so you have a copy of it wherever you go.  The choice is yours. Please note, the SIBO Meal Plans are not available as a printed book.

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Choose The Meal Plan That Will Suit Your SIBO Diet Protocol

Take the stress away from eating for SIBO.  At only $34.95, get an entire month of SIBO friendly breakfasts, lunches and dinners delivered straight to your inbox.  Choose from a range of sweets and treats to help make your SIBO journey a little more delicious. Delivered immediately as a PDF download.

$34.95 AUD $27.96 AUD

$34.95 AUD $27.96 AUD

Frequently Asked Questions

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52 thoughts on “SIBO Meal Plans”

  1. I’ve been through so many dietary changes in past several years in attempt to support my health – Low FODMAP, keto, autoimmune paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free etc. Over the years, I’ve become proficient in juggling dietary restrictions. However, as a full-time/ overtime/ on-call working toddler mom, I’ve found that having a Meal Plan is absolutely critical to sanity & success because it allows variety, takes the guess work out of measuring ingredients/ serving, etc and I don’t need to scramble at the end of a busy day to figure out what to put on the table that won’t harm my health. I was very intimidated by the planning and complexity of the SIBO Biphasic diet until I found Rebecca’s Mealplans. Finding and using these mealplans has been a complete lifesaver for me, I don’t think I would have attempted the SIBO Biphasic Diet without them!! It was such a sigh of relief to know this framework is available to support through the process. I’ve completed 3 weeks of the Restricted Mealplan and now seeing symptom improvement, I’m on week 1 of the Semi-Restricted plan and planning to purchase Remove & Restore in a few weeks. I like hard copies for my recipe stand in the kitchen so I’ve printed the plans and mix-match at times as needed depending on ingredient availability. However, having the operational framework makes it so easy to stay on track 100%. I’m also so very grateful for the optional ‘treats’ – managing SIBO can be hard/ overwhelming enough & I just have days where I just want to treat myself. The mealplans make this possible without derailing from all the hard work & healing progress! The only challenge I’ve experienced is managing a simultaneous egg intolerance and figuring out which recipes I can sub flax-egg and which I simply have to sadly accept are off the menu because they look SO delicious (ie. breakfast pizza). I’ve also purchased all 3 cookbooks which I reference daily…really looking forward to using the holiday e-cookbook over Christmas this year. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for creating these!!

    1. Hi Heidi, I am so glad the meal plans and recipes have been such a help for you. I am definitely working on more egg-free recipes so I look forward to sharing them with you.
      Rebecca x

    2. hey, Rebecca. I’m on day 10 (woo hoo) of the ED. I’ve read/listened to your week 1 and 2 and have really appreciated it.
      I’m thinking about your recipes, what a great idea. Wow!!
      They’re not necessarily for right after ED/transition phase…is that correct!?
      thanks so much!

      1. Hi Keeley
        I would recommend a very soft/liquid diet on the days immediately after the ED before moving into solid foods. I would suggest my SIBO Soups eCookbook is a good place to start before moving into the meal plan. I’ve also put together some recommendations on how to transition back to food in this article.
        And if you would like more personalised support, I do offer 1-1 nutritional consultations as well.
        Kind regards

  2. One question about your books summer, winter, do you have your recipes labeled for phase 1 diet or phase 2,etc… I would prefer a book.?

    1. Rebecca Coomes

      The monthly meal plans only contain recipes for the Restricted phase of the SIBO Bi Phasic Diet. So you can order that meal plan and know 100% of the meals are suitable for that phase.
      If you would like a physical book, you might like to check out my SIBO Cookbooks.

  3. Hi Rebecca, I don’t understand quite well. If I purchase the SIBO monthly meals plan, do I get recipes for each of the phases? And how many days do each phase last? Is it stated there? Besides what happens with the avoid list? Does it states how to reincorporate those foods?

  4. Christine Reyes

    do you offer customized meal plans for food allergies. I am allergic to all forms of seafood. I noticed a lot of fish in the sample menu and I would hate to purchase it just to have to toss half of it.

    1. Rebecca Coomes

      Hi Christine
      I do offer customised meal plans to my clients. Feel free to drop me an email at info(at)thehealthygut(dot)com to let me know what you would require.
      Kind regards

  5. Hi Rebecca! I’m María José from Argentina… I would like to buy the books. My concern is with probiotics, glutamine, antibiotics… I don’t know when do I have to take them… Is that stated in the books? If not. Who can I contact to help me with the protocol.
    Besides, I have downloaded the bi- phasic food list, but I don’t understand what happens with the avoid list…
    Right now, I have a gastrotomy and my physicians are feeding me with a semi-elemenal formula Survimed from Fresenius. I don’t know if it’s worthwhile to start this diet now or wait because I’m having so many symptoms… I don’t know if the protocol would work now…

    1. Hi Maria
      Your practitioner is best to advise when you should take various supplements, as they know your medical condition best. The SIBO Bi Phasic Diet is a protocol that helps SIBO patients calm and control their symptoms, but it doesn’t specify when supplements must be taken as it is expected a practitioner will work with you to determine that, because it’s unique for each person.
      The first phase of the diet can be helpful for people when they are experiencing a lot of symptoms. You might like to ensure your food is well cooked, and even pureed, as this can help support the digestive system, especially when you are doing a partial elemental diet.
      Working with an experienced SIBO nutritionist or dietician might be helpful for you, as they can help develop a unique protocol that is specific for your needs. Kristy Regan from Vital Food Therapeutics is lovely and worth reaching out to.

  6. I purchased the Phase 1 of the program and I never received a downloadable file? Can you tell me how to access it? I’ve gone through paypal, the invoice (which as the order I can click on but just sends me back to purchasing more programs). I am anxious to get started and could really use your assistance!

    Thank you!

    1. Hi Penny
      Thanks for your message. If you ever have difficulties finding a product, please feel free to email us at info(at) so we can respond promptly.
      You have been sent a separate email which contains the link to download the SIBO Meal Plan. Sometimes this gets filtered to spam or other folders. Can you please do an inbox wide search for rebecca(at) and let me know if you are able to find it? I have also sent you an email so we can correspond more easily.

  7. Hey really enjoy your podcast it’s fantasti. My question is if I’m an athlete who works out a lot. Would you have a good meal plan that would allow me to build muscle as well? Always used 150 grams of protein to build and recover from workouts. Would I still be able to consume that much protein?

    1. Hi Justin
      I haven’t developed my meal plans specifically for athletes so you might find it beneficial to work with a nutritionist or dietician who has experience in this area. Steph Lowe from the Natural Nutritionist could be a good place to start.

    1. Hi Danielle
      Phase 1 (Restricted) is the lowest in fibre and fermentation so you may want to start with that one first.

  8. This meal plan is excellent. It has given me an organizational framework to operate within that is invaluable. I have been working on my health for a long time now. I started this journey on the GAPS diet, which, while it helped tremendously (from the standpoint of how I was feeling on a daily basis) it just wasn’t getting to the source of the problem, and I was still having issues that I should not have been having after being on the diet as long as I had been (with absolute strict adherence).

    I am seeing a naturopath that is helping me through all of this, and we have done targeted testing to get to the root of the issues, and we finally found the issue that (in my opinion) has been holding up progress for me. SIBO. My case, is particularly complicated (the worst my naturopath has ever treated). I have a large number of extremely severe food intolerances, so in trying to navigate what I need to do via diet (and I have had help from a nutritionist) I have had a lot of questions, and have had a really hard time trying to figure out what I need to eat, and when I need to eat it (in addition to getting the supplements in that I need to take to help support the systems in my body that aren’t working very efficiently). It was bending my brain.

    Insert this meal plan. I bought it because I was exhausted, and frustrated with having to think so hard when trying to figure out what to eat. In addition to all of the restrictions on the SIBO diet (I am following the restricted Phase 1 diet at the moment) I also have to factor in my food intolerances which makes it almost impossible to know what to do. (Many of the foods listed as ok on the SIBO diet are things that I can not have due to my intolerances, and things that i’m not intolerant to, I can not have because they are bad for SIBO). It leaves me with very little to work with, and that is what is so great about this meal plan.

    I can’t eat a fairly large number of the recipes as they are written (you are encouraged to swap out SIBO safe ingredients in any of the recipes to make it work for you). Nevertheless, this plan is a wonderful tool because the bones of the recipes are amazing. I’ve become very adept at substituting when I have a solid recipe to work from (my efforts to come up with original recipes myself, using the ingredients that I can have, were disappointing (and downright depressing) to say the least. The recipes in this plan are out of this world (the ones I have tried thus far). Absolutely delicious, very easy to make. I feel excited about food again!

    The BEST part about it though, is that it has taken the chaos out of the equation for me. Before having this as a reference, I felt like I was all over the place, completely disorganized, and it was pretty overwhelming. I did all kinds of research, but I was having a hard time nailing down what exactly was safe (from an ingredient standpoint) and how to execute that. This plan includes portion sizes for every food that you can have for mealtimes which has eliminated so many questions that I had about how much of anything I could eat at any given time. It has also given me so many ideas that I can use for my own customized recipes which is refreshing because I was really bored to tears with my own culinary efforts. LOL

    Eventually, as more healing takes place, I’ll be able to add in things that I can’t have presently, and then things will really get exciting. I used to think that food like this would be bland, and boring, but that could not be further from the truth. The food is good. Really good. And I FEEL really good (which I have not been able to say for more than 15 years). I mean this sincerely…I fully intend to keep using these recipes after I am no longer following the “SIBO diet”. I’ll be incorporating many of them into my diet as a whole going forward from here.

    1. Hi Jennifer
      Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a thorough review on the SIBO meal plans. I’m thrilled to hear they’ve helped you so much. I’m working on some more plans and hope to have them out soon. I’ll also be working on more recipes that don’t include foods that are commonly problematic for SIBO peeps, such as eggs, nuts and coconut. So hopefully this helps as well! If you ever want some extra recipe/food support, I’ve also got a SIBO Bi Phasic Diet recipe Facebook group which is just for people following this diet protocol. You can join us here:
      Warm regards

  9. Hi Rebecca,
    I was wondering if your 30-day meal plans is out – you mentioned above that it’ll be out sometime in early Jan. Just checking!

    1. Not yet, but I’m working on it! I’ll be sending an email out as soon as it’s available. Make sure you’re signed up to my newsletter so you get it. Head to to sign up (it’s 3/4 of the way down the page).

  10. Is the nutritional/ macro info listed below each recipe? If not, what are the daily caloric/ macro info for each day? I will be coming off the elemental diet soon and want to make sure I am ready to go. thanks

    1. Hi Jacque, I don’t list the nutritional/macro info for each recipe as the SIBO diet isn’t about calorie counting but about eating within a restricted range of foods. If you wanted to work out your daily calories, you could easily use an app like My Fitness Pal ( to work out your daily intake. Warm regards, Rebecca

      1. Last question: I have an almond, dairy, egg, and gluten allergy and highly sensitive to fruit. Will I have enough options in the meal plan? Thanks.

  11. It looks like these recipes are similar to At least the pictures looks the same. If so I already pay for that. Any insight would be great

    1. Hi Kim,
      I’m one of the founding contributors for GutRxGurus which is why you might have seen some of my recipes on that website.
      Warm regards

      1. Hi Marie
        Thanks for your lovely words. I’m so happy to hear that the meal plans have been so beneficial for you AND that your husband has enjoyed eating the meals with you. I try to make my recipes as family friendly as possible, so you don’t have to cook multiple dishes each meal time. You’ll be happy to know that I’m currently working on 30-day meal plans, which I hope to have out in early January 2018.
        Warm regards
        Rebecca x

    1. Hi Deborae
      QuinTron may decide to run special promotions on the cookbooks at certain times, but I don’t believe there are any running at the moment. You can order a US edition of the cookbooks directly via their website:
      They deliver to US and Canadian addresses.
      Warm regards

  12. I will need hard cover to have access too not computer generated due to my husbands health issues, I am full time caregiver for him. spending time on computer is not an option.

    1. The printed cookbooks will probably be better for you then Deborae, however you can always print the meal plans out if you have access to a printer at home?
      Kind regards

      1. can the sibo cookbooks be ordered through amazon or do we need to go through you. How can I get printed meal plans for eliminating and phase 1?

        1. Yes, the books are available on Amazon as well as my website and QuinTron’s website.
          With regards to the meal plans, they come as a PDF file which you can print out at home (or take to a store and have them print it out for you). I do not currently sell a physical version of them, but many of my clients print them out at home when they don’t want to look at them on their computer or tablet.

  13. I just found out today about having sibo, I am a caregiver for my husband and he will not eat the foods that I need for IBS and Diverticulosis, what would you suggest the cookbooks or the 14 day meal plans.

    1. Hi Deborae
      The cookbooks will provide you with a wide range of recipes that are suitable for a SIBO diet. Alternatively, the SIBO meal plans will give you 14 days of meals, recipes and shopping lists. If you would like the meal planning done for you, the meal plans are a great option to help you get started. If you really enjoy meal planning, then a cookbook might be a better option.
      I hope that helps!

  14. Thanks for the response! I realized after I posted that about the exchange rate so that’s great! I ended up purchasing the 1st meal plan and am excited to receive it in my email! I was notified my payment was approved so hoping access to it comes soon as I’m anxious to start and go shopping tomorrow morning.! I’m all about simplifying processes like this that will reduce overwhelm and help me stick to the plan so can’t wait to start. After trying out this 1st one I’ll decide whether to buy the cookbook or the other meal plans. Either way I’m so grateful you put it all together and have high hopes for the great help it will provide so thank you!

  15. Are the majority of the recipes from the Family Favorites cookbook in all the meal plan phases? I’m debating whether to get the meals plans or the book. Honestly don’t know if I want to spend $60USD vs. just getting the cookbook but I like the simplicity of the outlined meal plans. Thoughts?

    1. Hi Belinda, thanks for your question. You will find some of the recipes from the SIBO cookbooks in the meal plans, however the cookbooks do contain more recipes in total than the meal plans. So if you’re after diversity, perhaps a cookbook might be better for you. The prices listed are in AUD so if you’re paying in USD you will save about 25% due to the exchange rate. If you are looking to buy a hard copy US edition cookbook, you can do so via our US partner Quintron ( as they will be able to ship it to you from the US. Warm regards, Rebecca

    1. Hi David
      As soon as Dr Nirala Jacobi releases the SIBO Bi-Phasic Diet protocol for vegetarians, I’ll be able to create new vegetarian and vegan recipes. Unfortunately, I don’t know an exact date of when that will be, but I hope it will be in the near future.
      Warm regards

      1. Hi Rebecca,

        It’s been a year since this comment. What’s the status of the SIBO Bi-Phasic Diet protocol for vegetarians?
        Also, how many of the recipes in the Fall/Winter guide are vegetarian?

        1. Hi Kara
          Dr Nirala Jacobi hasn’t written the vegetarian/vegan version of the SIBO Bi Phasic Diet Protocol yet which is why I haven’t released a cookbook for it yet. Because the regular Bi Phasic Diet relies on animal protein, the Meal Plans overly suitable for vegetarians or vegans. You could substitute the protein with a meat-free option, but it would mean you need to do a lot of tailoring to the plans.
          I am developing a range of new meal plans and cookbooks in 2019 and I will have some more suitable options for my vegetarian and vegan friends.

    1. Hi Tracy
      All of the SIBO Meal Plans contain AU/US/UK measurements, temperatures and ingredient names so you won’t need to do any converting!
      Warm regards

    2. I agree with Debbie Page. $29.95 is a high price when I am required to print the cookbook that is good for one month. Disappointing

      1. Rebecca Coomes

        Hi Mary
        As I’m sure you can appreciate, a significant amount of work goes into creating a well-rounded, delicious and interesting month-long meal plan.
        We have kept it in a digital format so that people can access it on their mobile, tablet or computer devices. You are welcome to print it out if you want to, but there’s no need to if you’re happy to save some trees.
        You might like to start with my free 7 day meal plan to get a taste of what this is like before investing in the full meal plan. You can download it here.
        Kind regards

    1. Hi Debbie
      Thanks for your feedback about the meal plans. Our printed books cost more to produce and therefore to buy and we wanted this product to be really accessible to everyone. I’m sorry we didn’t make it completely clear but we have designed the meal plans to print off on A4 on your home printer to look and feel like our books, so if you wanted to pop them into a folder they would work really well. I hope this helps and if you have any further queries don’t hesitate to get in touch.
      Warm regards

    2. I think this is a great Idea!! I dont really understand some of the negative comments below. Im very overwhelmed about the possibility of the diagnosis of SIBO as I already have Diverticulitis , (Im just now trying to heal the first flare up of diverticulitis) and to try and heal and or keep both from flare ups is frightening and overwhelming to me. However this site is great option and the meal plans and cook books will be very helpful if my doctor and i go forward with treating SIBO.
      I would just like to be able to see a sample recipe. On the “look inside” option, the print is to small and I dont see a way to enlarge the print.
      Also If while im treating Diverticulitis with a very restrictive diet, how can I treat SIBO or do I wait on the treating SIBO after the Diverticulitis has been treated. And finally, when my colon returns to Diverticulosis, and I use this plan to treat SIBO; is there enough fiber in your meal plan to help keep a future flare up of Diverticulitis? Will you give me a total estimate fiber intake on your meal plans on any particular day. And are the ingredients on the meal plan truly accessible in the United States in grocery like AJ’s, Sprouts, True Foods or any regular chain grocery stores located in the United States?

      1. Rebecca Coomes

        Hi Debbie
        If you head to my Recipes page on my website ( you can see what my recipes are like. Not all of them are in the meal plans, but it gives you a general idea of how I write my recipes. I will also see how I can add some extra images to the page to show an example weekly menu. The ingredients we have here in Australia don’t vary much to what you get in the US. Where an ingredient is called something different, I list the different names for it. Eg. Rocket / arugula. I don’t list the nutritional information per recipe, but you are welcome to use an app like MyFitnessPal to work out your macros and micros. However, it is a low fibre diet because of the nature of it.
        With regards to what you should treat first, that is a discussion you will need to have with your doctor as they will know what your treatment plan should be.

        1. HI Rebecca, Thank you.
          I did get the free download full of breakfast recipes. I either need to print it all out or just make the purchase for a hard copy of the book. The recipes/meals look pretty decent and with the exception of my own ignorance, and I ll need to get acquainted with some of the foods and the prep and cooking etc..
          This can sure all be overwhelming and not even sure I have SIBO(My ND suspects it) but definitely something going on within m GI tract besides diverticulitis. The internet research is overwhelming so I am glad I came across your site. Id prefer to buy just one book to help save cost. I see you have 3 different books. Summer, Winter and Family. Can you recommend to me the one that may be best. Do all the books list in the recipes which part of the diet that meal is designed in treating SIBO? IS the Family cook book a combination of Summer and Winter books?

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