Talking FODMAP 

The FODMAP Diet is gaining strong momentum worldwide. According to recent reports, about 75% of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) patients will experience a relief in symptoms following the FODMAP Diet. That's 3 out of 4 people!

 

The FODMAP Diet is still considered “young”. It was founded by Monash University in Melbourne, Australia in 2005.

 

Nonetheless, many believe that this IBS Diet is not only here to stay; the Low FODMAP Diet is considered to be the next big thing in food trends.

 

For us, FODMAPpers, this is indeed great news. It is fabulous to read about new Low FODMAP and IBS friendly services, products, restaurants, cafes, ideas etc.

 

I believe the future is bright for the FODMAP Diet! I am super passionate about the FODMAP Diet and committed to deliver the latest updates. 

 

Feel free to share news, updates and PR about Low FODMAP and IBS friendly products and services. 
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