A Low Residue Diet, also known as a Low Fiber Diet, is a unique and specialized eating plan that focuses on limiting the amount of fiber and indigestible residue in your food. This diet is often recommended for individuals with digestive issues such as inflammatory bowel disease, diverticulitis, and Crohn's disease. A low-residue diet restricts high-fiber foods like whole grains, raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds and emphasizes low-fiber options such as cooked vegetables, white bread, and processed snacks.

The difference between a Low Residue Diet and a Low Fiber Diet is that the former is more restrictive and only allows a small amount of fiber. At the same time, the latter is less restrictive and allows a moderate amount of fiber.

Our website offers a collection of delicious low-residue and low-fiber recipes that will meet your dietary needs and support your digestive health. So whether you are looking for a satisfying breakfast or a delicious dinner, our recipes will make it easier for you to stick to a low-residue diet and improve your digestive health.