You may have heard of the low FODMAP diet, the Australian “invented” diet which has an impressive 75% success rate in significantly reducing IBS symptoms. Lately I’ve been quite concerned to hear that a lot of people have been trying to “go it alone” on the low FODMAP diet. I’ve even been hearing from clients that their GPs have diagnosed them with IBS and then suggested they google FODMAPs in order to follow the diet. While following the diet can give such great results, it can also be a confusing and difficult process without the help of a Dietitian.
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