Following a low FODMAP diet? Here's what you need to know about dietary fiber

A low FODMAP diet can help you discover which foods are triggering your gas, bloating or Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms. It may also lead to constipation due to the restriction of high-fiber foods. In this white paper, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Derek Timm provides tips to help you address the fiber deficiency, without worsen...

It’s now even easier to stock up on FODMAP-friendly Regular Girl

It can be challenging to get enough fiber while following a low-FODMAP diet. In addition to avoiding FODMAP grains such as wheat, rye and barley, many fiber supplements contain high-FODMAP ingredients such as chicory or inulin.

The Regular Girl’s guide to low-FODMAP alcoholic drinks

The ingredients in some alcoholic drinks may cause excess gas, bloating and worse for those suffering from functional gastrointestinal disorders such as IBS. This FODMAP-friendly drink guide can help you make a smarter choice.

The Regular Girl’s guide to FODMAP-friendly snacks

Can’t get through the afternoon without a snack? Us either. But choosing a tasty snack that won’t cause uncomfortable gas, bloating or worse can be a challenge when you’re following a low-FODMAP diet. Most breads and cookies are off the list, as are many fruits. And let’s not even think about those offerings in the break room vending m...

Boost your IBS IQ

This presentation, from Monash University Associate Professor Jane Muir, provides an overview of the low-FODMAP diet and explains how to use the diet strategy to help patients suffering from IBS and other functional gastrointestinal disorders.

The Regular Girl’s guide to FODMAP-friendly pasta

Thankfully, pasta lovers don’t have to go cold turkey tetrazzini if they’re looking to manage their bloating and gas by reducing their FODMAP consumption. They just need to make a few simple swaps to their favorite recipes.

Regular Girl earns low FODMAP certification

FODMAPs (Fermentable Oligo-saccharides, Disaccharides, Mono-saccharides and Polyols) are a group of dietary sugars which are poorly absorbed in the small intestine. They are known to cause gas related pain, intestinal distention and constipation and/or diarrhea in people suffering from functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
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