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In The Complete Low-FODMAP Diet, Sue Shepherd and Peter Gibson explain what causes digestive distress, how the low-FODMAP diet helps, and how to:

• Identify and avoid foods high in FODMAPs

• Develop a personalized and sustainable low-FODMAP diet

• Shop, menu plan, entertain, travel, and eat out with peace of mind

• Follow the program if you have IBS, celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, or diabetes, and if you eat a vegetarian, vegan, low-fat, or dairy-free diet.

With The Low FODMAP 28-Day Plan you will soothe your digestive system and make it easy to enjoy meals again, with:

105 recipes for delicious, nutritious low FODMAP dishes including Huevos Rancheros, Maple-Soy Glazed Salmon, Butterscotch Pudding, and Spiced Popcorn

A "symptom tracker" so you can log what you're eating and how it affects your symptoms

An easy-to-follow quickstart guide to help you begin a low FODMAP diet

Comprehensive lists of foods to enjoy or avoid based on their FODMAP content,

10 tips for sticking to a low FODMAP diet when dining out

If you suffer with symptoms of IBS, you know that digestive troubles and pain can disrupt your day-to-day life. Fortunately, researchers have come up with a new treatment plan to help you control symptoms: a low-FODMAP diet.

FODMAPs are a collection of short-chain carbohydrates that are difficult to digest and found in many common foods, like wheat, milk, beans, and some vegetables, fruits, and sweeteners.

The Everything Guide to the Low-FODMAP Diet walks you through the step-by-step process for identifying your individual sensitivities--and gives you options and substitutions so you can enjoy your favorite foods again.

Patsy Catsos, best-selling author of IBS-Free at Last!, shares tools with you including: 122 flavorful recipes, each one suitable for a low-FODMAP diet and made with whole, real foods;

lists of high- and low-FODMAP foods and ingredients, based on the latest research; everyday and special occasion menus; recipe modification tips.

If you've struggled to cook without wheat flour, onions, garlic, pasta, bread, canned chicken stock, and bottled salad dressings, this book will set you free!

The Complete Low-FODMAP Diet (cowritten by Sue Shepherd, the diet’s developer and chief advocate) introduced this revolutionary treatment, which is rapidly becoming the first-line recommendation by doctors and dietitians worldwide.

FODMAP is an acronym that stands for a group of difficult-to-digest carbohydrates found in foods such as wheat, milk, beans, soy, and some fruits, vegetables, nuts, and sweeteners. More than three quarters of adults with IBS who reduce their intake of these foods gain relief.

IBS should not make you skip a beat--get your groove back! Tired of missing the fun because of your irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)? Confused about what to eat?

Think you're the only one who feels miserable while eating healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, beans, and yogurt?

You are not alone. IBS affects up to 15% of teens and adults. If you could get your groove back in just a few weeks by trying a new kind of diet, would you do it?

For a varied and balanced low-FODMAP diet it is helpful to have information on the FODMAP rating for more than 50 foods.

The FODMAP Navigator offers charts with FODMAP ratings for more than 500 foods, food additives and prebiotics.

This FODMAP Navigator is an excellent chart book for everybody intending to go on or already conducting a low-FODMAP diet.