The ultimate solution to calm all the symptoms of ibs and bring serenity back into your life!
Do you have Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or any of the other numerous types of food intolerances? If this describes you, it maybe worthwhile to try the low-FODMAP diet.
Have you been thinking about trying the low-FODMAP diet? But you’re just not sure if It is for you?
Irritable bowel syndrome is frequently treated with a low-FODMAP diet, which restricts fermentable carbohydrates.
There is one thing most people tend to forget. Even people who do not suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome tend to get bloated a bit when they consume things they normally do not eat or eat only when eating out. So, being a little bloated following a meal that was eaten out is not something that is going to get too dramatic.
Some people with food sensitivities such as celiac disease and irritable bowel syndrome might be able to find some relief as well although they should consult with their doctor before embarking on this or any other eating plan.
Publisher: Micheal Kannedy
Pub Date: 12/2022
Size: 8.00h x 5.00w x 0.24d