All About the FODMAP Diet




http://www.glutenfreeschool.com All About the FODMAP Diet with Patsy Catsos, RD Jennifer Fugo, founder of Gluten Free School, interviews Patsy Catsos, RD about the FODMAP diet and how it…

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All About the FODMAP Diet

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All About the FODMAP Diet with Patsy Catsos, RD

Jennifer Fugo, founder of Gluten Free School, interviews Patsy Catsos, RD about the FODMAP diet and how it can be helpful to manage Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and potentially gluten sensitivity.

We discuss:

01:43 - Patsy’s diagnosis of ulcerative colitis led her to studying nutrition for GI problems. Because there was so little FODMAP information available in the US, she developed materials to use in her own practice and turned them into a book.

03:55 - FODMAPs explained in plain English and how they affect people with GI troubles.

05:30 - Five different kinds of FODMAP foods, and the one most likely to overlap with the gluten-free diet.

07:51 - How FODMAP foods trigger GI symptoms.

09:10 - Two types of people who would benefit from the FODMAP approach, and why eliminating them 100% is not always necessary.

11:47 - Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) versus celiac disease symptoms, and what other systems a low FODMAP diet can effect.

14:28 - High FODMAP ingredients that find themselves in packaged and processed gluten-free products (aka Standard American Gluten-Free Diet).

15:56 - The importance of fiber, and non-FODMAP or low-FODMAP fiber options.

17:26 - How foods are analyzed for FODMAP content and where testing is done.

18:41 - Is there a FODMAP elimination diet? Questions to answer to determine if FODMAPs are an issue and how to proceed.

20:49 - Who would benefit from assistance in following a low-FODMAP diet?

21:33 - Is this a lifelong restrictive diet?

22:42 - Will a low FODMAP diet “flip the switch” on underlying GI issues? What is a typical outcome on this regimen?

23:45 - How difficult is it to make a FODMAP diet gluten-free.

24:12 - Resources available to learn more about the FODMAP Diet.

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