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A low-FODMAP diet is recommended for people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), but it also has many uses for other digestive diseases patients.

Some perceive it as a very complicated diet, and it can be if we are not prepared. So that’s why we are here, to help you with the incredible and challenging low-FODMAP diet. Beginners should not fear to understand how their bodies and mind work during the phases of the diet!

It needs to be noted that during the diet a person is to keep a diary to log food, drink and any stress they may be experiencing. Some people find that stress may be the culprit and not food, or it can be both food and stress.

What does this diet do in your body? Which the difference between this diet and a gluten-free diet? Why should we keep a journal of what we eat, drink or how we feel when doing it? Many of these questions and more are answered in these informative smart fact sheets we are offering for free! Plus, you get some really nice tips for better digestion.

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