SIBO Summer Cookbook

The SIBO Summer Cookbook is bursting with delicious recipes for people treating Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO).  All recipes are based on the SIBO Bi-Phasic Diet Protocol developed by Australia’s leading SIBO specialist, Dr. Nirala Jacobi ND.

Each recipe is classified by which phase it is suitable for, making menu planning a breeze.  Recipes are gluten-freedairy-free (or dairy-free alternatives), low sugarsoy-freegrain-free, have low FODMAP options, are easy to make, affordable and most importantly, delicious.

Rebecca Coomes believes in eating food when it’s at its best: in season.  This cookbook features gorgeous summer produce, giving you a wide array of meals which are perfect for the warmer summer months. She uses a wide range of ingredients that will leave you feeling satisfied and happy to be eating a SIBO-friendly meal.

The US edition of the eCookbook is now available for immediate download.  Orders for the US edition of the printed cookbook for deliveries in the US and Canada are available via QuinTron.

Look Inside The SIBO Summer Cookbook

  • 100% SIBO-friendly recipes

  • 100% gluten-free recipes

  • 100% dairy free recipes (or dairy-free options)

  • All free from refined sugar

  • All low carbohydrate

  • Low FODMAP recipe options

  • Vegetarian and vegan recipe options

  • Based on Dr Nirala Jacobi ND’s SIBO Bi-Phasic Diet protocol

  • Recipes categorised for Restricted, Semi-Restricted and Remove and Restore phases

Recipes Included in SIBO Summer Cookbook

Breakfast Recipes

  • Asian breakfast bowl

  • Hot smoked salmon breakfast bowl

  • Lemony scrambled eggs with smoked trout

  • Prosciutto, egg and capsicum muffins

  • Zucchini fritters with crispy bacon and smoky salsa

  • Berry good breakfast bowl

  • Breakfast smoothies

  • Vanilla and cinnamon granola

  • Chocolate granola

Zucchini Fritters With Crispy Bacon And Smoky Salsa
Crispy Salt And Pepper Calamari Salad With Lime Aioli

Lunch Recipes

  • Aussie burger with the lot and a side of carrot chips

  • Salt and pepper calamari salad with lime aioli

  • Marinated lamb skewers with a Greek salad

  • San choy bao

  • Zesty fish cakes with dipping sauce

  • Crunchy chicken tacos with coleslaw and guacamole

  • Salmon tartare

  • Crustless quiche lorraine

Dinner Recipes

  • Best ever steak with rocket, tomato and prosciutto salad

  • Crispy chicken strips with lime aioli

  • Lemon and lime BBQ snapper

  • Marinated BBQ prawns

  • SIBO-ghetti and meatballs

  • SIBO pizza with the lot

  • Thai style marinated chicken drumsticks

  • Succulent lamb cutlets with a pomegranate, pecan and pumpkin salad

Sibo Ghetti And Meatballs
Italian Pan Fried Broccoli

Sides Recipes

  • Coleslaw

  • Crunchy Asian Salad

  • French-style salad

  • Greek-style salad

  • Italian pan-fried broccoli

Dessert Recipes

  • Mojito popsicles

  • Raspberry soufflé

  • Summer pineapple with coconut whip

  • Vanilla and strawberry ice

  • Choc chip piklets with berry coulis and coconut cream

  • Choco-coco-nutty bites

  • Chocolate bark

  • Decadent mocha mousse

Raspberry Souffle
Chai Spiced Banana Muffins

Snacks Recipes

  • Chunky roast pumpkin and macadamia nut dip with fresh vegetables

  • Salt and pepper pork crackling

  • Salt and vinegar smashed sardines

  • Smoked paprika kale chips

  • Spiced trail mix

  • Chai spiced banana muffins

  • Smoked trout dip

Condiments Recipes

  • Asian dressing

  • Tallow

  • French dressing

  • Ghee

  • Italian dressing

  • Mayonnaise

  • Lemon aioli

  • Lime aioli

  • Pork lard

  • Smoky salsa

Smoky Salsa Mayonnaise
Summer Punch

Drinks Recipes

  • Chilled turmeric tea

  • Virgin mojito

  • Iced coffee

  • Summer punch

  • Iced chocolate

SIBO Summer Cookbook Reviews

A million thanks to The Healthy Gut team for this inspiring collection of SIBO friendly recipes. I had been on the SIBO diet for two months and was really struggling to bring variety to my cooking. Too busy (and unwell) to be creative, I just kept falling back on the same safe recipes. And we can all agree how limiting and boring that can be! I was blown away by the coco-nutty-bites, they genuinely taste like truffles. After weeks of deprivation, discovering something so delicious, that was SIBO friendly, almost made me cry. I have been able to cook for my whole family from this recipe book, which is such a blessing because it’s difficult enough wrapping your head around the SIBO diet, without having to cook multiple meals! I would recommend this cookbook to anyone trying to treat SIBO, whether you’re new to the diet or have been on it for a while and need inspiration.

Cressida Blumson

In my years of treating SIBO, the most difficult commitment for my patients has been the SIBO diet. It is an intentionally restrictive diet to reduce the fermentation of food by bacteria in the small intestines. In addition to treatment, I designed this two-phased diet for people to follow for 3 months, but because it makes them feel so much better, people typically stay on it longer. Once treatment is completed, however, transitioning to a whole foods, varied diet is the goal. There are many resources for SIBO diets on the internet, but in my experience, most are far too lenient (or confusing) that can lead to SIBO relapses. I am so glad that Rebecca has written this book, and especially glad since she herself has overcome SIBO with the right treatment and diet protocol (as I recommend on What better person to write this book than someone who has experienced it herself. The phased diet tables are easy to understand and the recipes are delicious. I am thankful that SIBO sufferers will now have this valuable tool to help them navigate through the treatment towards the path of health.

Dr Nirala Jacobi ND, SIBO Test

19 thoughts on “SIBO Summer Cookbook”

    1. Hi Colleen
      Thanks for your question. When I wrote the cookbook, I didn’t write it as a vegetarian book. Some recipes can have vegetarian alternatives swapped out for the meat, but some recipes won’t work without the meat. If you’re looking for a strictly veggie cookbook, I don’t think this one will be right for you sadly.

    1. Hi Mary
      The SIBO Bi Phasic Diet protocol was developed by Dr Nirala Jacobi for her SIBO patients. It’s the diet I followed and what this cookbook is based on. You can download a copy of her protocol here. You might like to discuss it with your doctor first to ensure they are happy with you following this diet before purchasing the cookbook.
      Kind regards

  1. Hi Rebecca, I love love love your cookbooks and have bought 3 now! I don’t know that I would have been able to survive the bi-phasic diet without these! All recipes I have been made have been delicious and my husband has really enjoyed them too. Will definitely keep making these recipes even beyond treatment. Thank you so much!

    1. Hi Cass
      I’m so happy to hear both you and your husband have really enjoyed my recipes. Good, healthy food that’s kind on your gut doesn’t need to taste bad. Happy cooking!

  2. Hi Rebecca, My daughter has severe allergies so we are nut and egg free – are there many recipes without nuts and eggs (or ones where they can be substituted)? Many thanks, Jemma

    1. Hi Jemma
      I do use nuts and eggs in some recipes but these could be changed for something else or omitted. There are a couple of recipes where the base of the dish is eggs, but these are the minority of recipes. I hope that helps?
      Warm regards

  3. Hi,
    This is called the Summer Cookbook, but I live in Montana and we are moving into 9 months of winter–the options are limited in the local coop. I need to know what to eat this winter, when my vegetable options are limited. Thanks!

      1. Rebecca Coomes

        Yes, you can purchase the cookbook from my website and I will send it to you in the UK. Postage will be calculated during the checkout process.

    1. Rebecca Coomes

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  4. I’m interested in the cookbooks. Can I ask, are the recipes identified as either Part 1 or Part 2 Bi-phasic – or are they all part 1. Just trying to work out if you still need to check all the ingredients as per the bi-phasic guideline beforehand.

    1. Hi Carly
      All recipes are classified by the phase they are suitable for, so they’re super easy to choose based on whether you’re in Phase 1 Restricted or Semi Restricted or Phase 2.

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