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Oct 30, 2017

The low FODMAP diet can be very helpful for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).  It has been shown to decrease gas, bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and may also help constipation.  Some have expressed concern that a low FODMAP diet decreases intestinal bacteria, which is debatable.  However, exciting evidence shows a low FODMAP diet can reduce leaky gut, calm the immune system, and even repair the intestines.  Let’s discuss. 

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1 Comments
  • over five years ago
    RIta
    Thanks for info. Do you suggest stopping probiotic supplementation while on low FODMAP diet? Also, which resource do you use/prefer for making low FODMAP food choices? I’ve seen conflicting info.
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