TOP FODMAP BLOG:
The FODMAP Talk was chosen as
one of the Top 50 Low FODMAP Blogs 

24 May 2018 

Being a blogger has been my dream for a while.

 

After being diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) in August 2017, I wasn’t given a clear IBS solution. Luckily, I did not give up, and set myself on a mission to find some remedy for my IBS symptoms. You can read about my IBS story in the About section of The FODMAP Talk.

I felt so lucky to discover that Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, researched and created the FODMAP Diet. The Low FODMAP Diet is a special diet that is aimed at reducing IBS symptoms.

 

Within literally two days after starting the FODMAP Diet, I started to feel better and my IBS symptoms improved dramatically.

I wanted to share with the rest of the world this revelation. I wanted to try and help spread the word about the FODMAP Diet and by doing so, to help other people who suffer from IBS worldwide.

 

The FODMAP Talk was establish a month after I started the Low FODMAP Diet in September 2017 – and it definitely changed my life.

 

Through this blog I met wonderful people and created something I could feel very proud about every single day.

 

I was so happy and honoured to be listed as one of the Top 50 Low Fodmap Blogs on the web by Feedspot. Feedspot is a wonderful website that provides information about worldwide blogs according to various categories.

https://blog.feedspot.com/low_fodmap_blogs/

 

I would like to take this opportunity and thank you, The FODMAP Talk’s readers. Thank you for following us on social media (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter), thank you for commenting, liking and sharing. Thank you for trying out Low FODMAP products we recommend and report about. Thank you for being part of this FODMAP community, a FODMAP community which is growing rapidly worldwide.

Yours,

 

Dorit

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