FODMAP is a collective term for various food sensitivities. People with irritable bowel often have symptoms, gasformation, cramps and diarrhea, after eating foods containing FODMAPs.

FODMAP stands for fermentable oligo, di and monosaccharides and polyols. These are sugars and short chain carbohydrates. These include lactose (milk sugar), fructose (fruit sugar), wheat, onion, cabbage, leeks and legumes.

The FODMAP diet means that you eat a few weeks diet with little FODMAP containing foods. Then you're going to add foods one by one to see what you're responding to. This way you will find out which foods you get complaints from and what you can and cannot tolerate.

FODMAP trial diet

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For more research into what you can and can't eat, a trial diet can be helpful. We can help you with the diet and work with you to find out what you can best avoid and then reintroduce. With us you always get a tasty and healthy food with a tailor-made advice, completely adapted to your wishes and possibilities.

Appointment and information

Make an appointment for advice to see if the FODMAP diet can address your complaints. If you want more information, please contact us.