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Common Myths About IBS

Common Myths About IBS Don't let the common myths about IBS keep you from finding the relief you need. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is very common. In fact, it is estimated that between 25 and 45 million Americans are living with IBS. Two out of three IBS sufferers are women, and it can affect people of all ages. However, just because IBS is common does not mean that there is a lot of common knowledge out there about it. In reality, the opposite is true. IBS is widely misunderstood, and there are many different myths and misconceptions about it. When...

Jul 12, 2017 0 comments

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Eating Out on the Low FODMAP Diet

TIPS on Eating Out on the Low FODMAP Diet When you get started on the low FODMAP diet to avoid your IBS, it's easiest to eat at home. You can control your ingredients and preparation when you're using your own groceries. But that doesn't mean you can't eat out; plenty of menus have something safe for you to eat. Follow these tips to learn how to eat out at different types of restaurants while sticking to low FODMAP food. Fast and Casual Food Finding fast, convenient options on the low FODMAP diet isn't as difficult as it sounds. French fries,...

Jul 01, 2017 0 comments

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More FODMAP Restaurants from Coast to Coast

More FODMAP Restaurants from Coast to Coast

Following a low FODMAP (or Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols) diet can be a great option for those suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). By avoiding foods that are difficult to digest, the low FODMAP style of eating is easy on your insides. However, this type of diet can also be a challenge to follow when enjoying a night out on the town or a celebratory lunch at a popular restaurant. If you're looking for restaurants that cater to low FODMAP eaters in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York or San Francisco, take a look at these great options....

Jul 01, 2017 0 comments

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Fodmap in a Snap: 5 Big Dish Cities

Fodmap in a Snap: 5 Big Dish Cities

Having IBS means learning a new way of looking at food. The acronym "fodmap" (fermentable, oligo, di-, mono-saccharides and polyols) is used by people with IBS to designate foods that are not necessarily unhealthy but contain "fodmaps" that may aggravate existing conditions. Avoiding fodmaps when dining out may seem like a challenge, but restaurants are becoming more aware of dietary restrictions and want to offer all of their guests a great experience. Let's take a look at five cities full of flavor that are also fodmap friendly. New York City With 17 locations around the Big Apple, Dig Inn is...

Jun 22, 2017 0 comments

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Travelling Well on the FODMAP Diet

Travelling Well on the FODMAP Diet

Following the FODMAP diet is easy at home, where you can cook what you like, and at favorite local restaurants, which you know serve safe food or can accommodate your diet. But what happens when you travel farther away from home? Understandably, many IBS sufferers worry about travelling because maintaining a healthy diet becomes much more challenging. However, with the right preparation, it is possible to travel almost anywhere and still maintain your FODMAP diet. Here are our five top strategies for travelling well on the FODMAP diet: 1. Choose an Accommodation With a Kitchen When can cook your own...

Jun 20, 2017 0 comments

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