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Join Rebecca Coomes as she shows you how to cook delicious food in her SIBO Cooking Show. Watch as she makes easy and delicious recipes that are SIBO-friendly, and super easy to make at home using common ingredients.

Her recipes are suitable for people treating Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) or following a gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, paleo or low FODMAP diet.

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Chai spiced banana muffin recipe

Prosciutto, capsicum (pepper) & egg muffins

breakfast pizza recipe

rice porridge recipe


Pizza with the lot recipe

salmon tartare lunch recipe

sticky pork ribs recipe


butter chicken curry recipe

Pizza with the lot recipe

sticky pork ribs recipe

beef rendang curry recipe

Chilli con carne recipe


Sugar free chocolate recipe

Choco-Coco-Nutty Bites Recipe

decadent mocha mousse recipe


Italian style pan fried broccoli recipe

winter kale salad recipe


winter kale salad recipe


choc chip granola bars recipe

Cinnamon & vanilla granola recipe

salt & pepper pork crackling recipe

Choco-Coco-Nutty Bites Recipe

Fats & Oils

homemade butter recipe

Beef tallow recipe

ghee recipe


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28 thoughts on “SIBO Recipe Cooking Videos”

  1. Hi Rebecca
    Similar to Deb, I have recently been put on the sibo/histamine bi-phasic diet and feeling overwhelmed!! So many foods to consider cutting out.
    Any recipes for this diet yet?

  2. Hi Rebecca,
    I’ve recently been diagnosed with SIBO, purchased your cookbook and started to march my way to recovery. The next 6 weeks didn’t seem too hard to get through. However, two and a half weeks in I was also placed on Dr. Nirala Jacobi’s SIBO / Histamine diet. The past week has been a huge struggle trying to eat for SIBO and also low histamine. These type of recipes don’t seem to exist. Do you happen to have a few you can point me to that will meet SIBO semi-restricted and phase 1 histamine? Searching the internet for low histamine recipes isn’t much help as they all seem to contradict Dr Jacobi’s plan. PS. Loved your Breakfast Stir Fry (made with ground chicken), the Sweet and Sour Pork – delicious, Pulled Pork Baskets – Wow, just to name a few. Thank you so very much.

    1. Hi Deb
      Unfortunately I haven’t developed a lot of histamine Bi Phasic Diet recipe yet… but I do hope to in the future!
      So glad you have enjoyed some of my other recipes.

  3. Hi Rebecca,

    I have been diagnosed with Hydrogen Sulphide SIBO and have been put on a low sulphur diet. Im struggling to find recipes and ideas for meals as I also have intolerances to almonds, soy, and rice. Do you have any particular recipes that you would suggest? I’m really struggling with this and can’t find any recipes anywhere. Crossing my fingers and thanking you in advance if you can help!

  4. Hello,
    I was just diagnosed with Methane Sibo and wondered if I can have gluten free oatmeal for breakfast? Thanks for your help!

    1. Hi Kim
      If you can tolerate it, eat it!
      If it gives you symptoms, then it might be something to avoid temporarily.

  5. Francesca Leaton

    Hi Rebecca
    Which recipe book has the pumpkin bread, bliss balls and popsicles in it. I love the free recipes but would also like to have them in a book for my kitchen bench . Is there an ebook version I could download onto my iPad?
    I have diverticulosis and will be on a low FODMAP/ SIBO now for life – self chosen as much better for the body.

    1. Hi Francesca
      These recipes aren’t part of any of my cookbooks – I’ve just shared them freely on my website.
      You might like to pin them in Pinterest (if you have an account) so you can find them more easily on your iPad? That’s what I like to do with recipes I find online.

  6. Hi Rebecca!
    I have just discovered you, as I have been on the search for help. I have learned that I have SIBO. I have been on an 8 year journey with my health… I am so thankful for people like you who help us on the journey! I love, love, love your accent and cooking demos!! :-). I know I would not eat near all the recipes you have in your cookbook, but I am excited to try the ones you have shared. I plan to check out your options so that I can learn more from you. I know this is going to be another long journey and I will need all the support I can get! I am praying in the long run I will be much more productive in life! :-). Thanks so much for your contribution to many lives!!!!

  7. Hi Rebecca,
    SO excited to have been recommended to you by my naturopath. Having just been diagnosed with SIBO I thought I was going to have to go hungry but your recipes are a real savior. I have ordered both the Summer and Family Favourite books and am looking forward to receiving them. I am keen to see more pescatarian and vegetarian recipes xx

  8. I am just beginning the *Restricted SIBO Bi Phasic Diet and feeling very overwhelmed, many of the SIBO recipes that I have found contain ingredients that I can’t have on the restricted diet. Do you know of any recipe books or online resources that can help with the restricted diet specifically?

    Thank you,

    1. Hi Danielle
      You’ve come to the right place! Head to the Recipe section and search for ‘Restricted’ recipes in the dropdown menu. I also have SIBO Meal Plans for the Restricted phase (14 day and 1 month). You can also order one of my SIBO cookbooks, which contain recipes for all stages of the SIBO Bi Phasic Diet (the majority of recipes being for the Restricted phase).
      I also offer 1:1 coaching for people, which can be a great help when you’re getting your head around this way of eating.
      Kind regards

  9. I am just beginning phase 1 of the sibo diet. I am getting confused with so many sibo recipes having food that I cannot eat.

    So much conflicting information out there.

    very confused Mary

    1. Hi Mary
      My recommendation is to pick one diet and stick with it, rather than trying to combine multiple diets into one. I followed the SIBO Bi Phasic Diet (which many of my recipes follow) and I found that to be really helpful for me.

  10. Rebecca.. I also left a comment for you but writing this in hopes of connecting! I am 7 days in and starting 8 today on the ED and am planning how I’m going to come off of it slowly and re-introduce food. I saw your video of the broth you made and I must have that recipe! LOL Can you tell me where to find it…? It looks incredibly lovely and it would be such a wonderful ‘first’ meal to have! I hope to hear from you. Blessings!!!

  11. Hi,
    In your new recipe vids, it’d be great if you could show the viewer the whole time what the meal you are making actually looks like throughout the stages & in the end!

  12. Hi Rebecca,
    I love your videos and your recipes, and just great tips! I’ve been cooking green/red peppers for years! I never thought of cooking them whole 🙂 simple but sooo helpful – your recipes are packed with not only great recipes but information on how best to cook each ingredient. And adding the pumpkin seeds to the kale salad – fabulous! Thank you Rebecca!

    1. Hi Corbina
      Thanks for taking the time to write your feedback. I’m so glad you have found the recipes and videos helpful.

  13. Hi Rebecca,
    I love your videos and your recipes, and just great tips! I’ve been cooking green/red peppers for years! I never thought of cooking them whole 🙂 simple but sooo helpful – your recipes are packed with not only great recipes but information on how best to cook each ingredient. And adding the pumpkin seeds to the kale salad – fabulous! Thank you Rebecca!

  14. Hi Rebecca,
    Just starting out on Restricted Bi-Phase diet and notice your Family Favourites book, (recommended by my naturopath), does not include any recipe for Coconut Bread or Loaf – would be nice given the restrictions – any plans for one on your website? Thanks Jilly.

    1. Hi Jilly
      I have been trying to develop a great SIBO friendly bread that tastes like bread and doesn’t contain ingredients that commonly cause problems. Sadly for many people, coconut flour and almond flour causes a lot of pain and discomfort. I did share a cloud bread recipe in my Thanksgiving Cooking Class. If you’re interested in those recipes or to watch the replay, you can purchase it here: http://thehealthygut.com/lp/thanksgiving-cooking-class/
      Good luck with your SIBO treatment journey!

    1. Hi Nichola
      Thanks for getting in touch. Both meal and flour are made from ground almonds, though almond flour and almond meal have two subtle differences that set them apart. Almond flour is typically made from blanched almonds which have had the skins removed, and is ground more finely than almond meal, which typically still contains the skins and has a more coarse grind. You can replace it, just keep an eye on whether you need a little more liquid for some recipes as it is slightly more absorbent.
      Hope that helps,

  15. Rebecca, greetings from the USA. I am David Simmons and I accidentally stumbled across your YouTube channel. It is great, I have SIBO and you have given me so many new choices. Tonight I made shepherds pie and it was delicious. I have made many other of your recipes and I just wanted to say thank you. You’re great!



    1. Thanks for the lovely words David! I’m so glad the recipes and cooking videos have been helpful.
      Warm regards

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