Help clients avoid IBS symptoms with low-FODMAP meals

03/27/2012 | Today's Dietitian

Dietitians can help clients ease symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome using a low-FODMAP diet, which limits certain carbohydrates found in common foods such as milk, some fruits and wheat, registered dietitian and author Kate Scarlata writes. FODMAP foods have a cumulative effect on the gastrointestinal system, so eating small amounts may not trigger IBS symptoms, and dietitians can help clients create meal plans that avoid these items.

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