The Low FODMAP Diet

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One cannot tell if a food is high for low in FODMAPs just by looking at it. Some of these foods (like asparagus and peas) are high in FODMAPs, and some (like green beans and zucchini) are low. Photography Image © FotografiaBasica | Getty Images
FODMAPs (fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols) are a group of sugars and fibers that serve as beneficial prebiotics, feeding the gut microbes that are important to many facets of health. Most people have no problem consuming as many high FODMAP foods as they want. Unfortunately, some people are sensitive to FODMAPs and may need […]
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