vegetables you can just boil btw and they are v healthy. not much cooking going on there! also not many calories, admittedly.
did either of you try drinking more orange juice btw? unless you have acid reflux, it should be problem-free, healthy and IBS-friendly.
or berry juice?
again chocolate soy or almond milk is a good idea, unless there's a lot of fat in there. but rice milk is no-fat and hence as we'd discussed, add cocoa powder to make it chocolate-y?
if you can tolerate ground nuts, would be great, they are v high in fat, but see the recipe I posted on the other, recipes board about the banana-nut butter, v easy to make, will keep in the fridge for at least a week and can use it as a spread on toast for instance. it's delicious and v healthy and relatively high in calories and good fat-protein-carb balance. (I find it difficult to stop eating it!)
-------------------- now: stable through EFI+FODMAP dieting (no lactose/no fructose/some fructans and some polyols)
before: IBS-D(pseudo-diarrhoea), bloating, often unbearable pain esp from too much fat: Apr 2007- Dec 2010