Low-Fodmap IBS Recipes

The irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is the gastrointestinal condition most common in the world, affecting approximately 13-20% of the population. The FODMAP are fermentable carbohydrates that are partially responsible for the symptoms in people suffering from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). The diet low in FODMAP is a method to easily identify FODMAP problematic in these individuals.

A foretaste of our 500 IBS / LOW FODMAP Recipes

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Research has shown that eating low FODMAP is effective in 75% of cases to significantly reduce the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. The diet low in FODMAP is a temporary elimination phase of these carbohydrates, followed by a re-introduction phase and a long-term maintenance phase where only the problematic foods are avoided. Our delicious recipes low in FODMAP help you implement this method. Subscribe to our low menus FODMAP to follow the diet without breaking your head.

Trucs et conseils de notre équipe nutrition

Stress plays an important role in the onset of symptoms, it is important to manage it well. It is recommended to include regularly in his routine anti-stress activities and make regular physical activity. Avoid the most generous portions, never leave the table with the impression of having eaten too much and keep a steady schedule of meals. Avoid habits that could promote flatulence (the air intake in the digestive system) as chewing gum, drink soda or sparkling water, etc.

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