Food is medicine, and eating the right or wrong kinds of foods can bring about many benefits or detrimental changes in the body. This is especially true if you have a physiological anomaly involving your digestive system.
If you are one of the many people who suffer from Functional Gastrointestinal Disorder such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), then you can lessen your digestive symptoms by choosing the right kinds of food that are good for your stomach.
What most people do not know is that the food that they eat contain FODMAPs – an acronym formed from Fermentable, Oligosaccharide, Disaccharide, Monosaccharide, and Polyols Carbohydrates. Simply put, these carbohydrates are not processed by the body and are fermented in the small intestines causing distention on the intestinal lining.
Sounds crazy, right? But the solution to your digestive discomfort is at hand!
Introducing the Low FODMAP Diet Guide. This book is designed for people with IBS and IBD who wants to promote their quality of life through proper diet. The low FODMAP diet is newly introduced, but it has been backed by science and empirical evidence; thus, its efficacy to reduce digestive symptoms have been tested.
This book is a result of my passionate and extensive research on FODMAP foods, and I have designed it for people with IBS and IBD so that, just like me, you will be able to find relief from the food that you eat. I have shared everything that you need to know about FODMAPs in this book.
With this book, you will be able to know about:
- l The Biology of The Gut Problem
- l Everything Starts with The Digestive Tract
- l What Are FODMAPs
- l The Beginnings of The Low FODMAP Diet
- l Why FODMAPs Cause Health Problems
- l Foods to Eat While Following the FODMAP Diet
- l 80+ Low FODMAP Recipes