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    Default FODMAPS Diet Relieves Symptoms Of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    King's College London
    October 3 2019

    New research from King's College London has found that a diet low in fermented carbohydrates has improved certain gut symptoms and improved health-related quality of life for sufferers of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

    Read more: https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...1003173744.htm

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    Default Re: FODMAPS Diet Relieves Symptoms Of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Thanks, Julieanne. This was timely because I have a friend with multiple gut issues who is in need of some guidance.
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    Default Re: FODMAPS Diet Relieves Symptoms Of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Examples of Foods High in Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides, and Polyols (FODMAPs).

    Excess fructose Fruits
    : apple, clingstone peach, mango, nashi pear, pear,sugar snap pea, tinned fruit in natural juice, high-fructose corn syrup, banana, blueberry, cantaloupe, honeydew melon, kiwi, lemon, lime,orange, passion fruit, pawpaw, raspberry, strawberry,tangeloHoney substitutes: golden syrup, maple syrup.
    Lactose: Milk: regular and low-fat cow, goat, and sheep milk; icecreamYogurts: regular and low-fat yogurtsCheeses: soft and fresh cheeses, rice milkIce cream substitutes: gelato, sorbetYogurts: lactose-free yogurtsCheeses: hard cheeses.
    Oligosaccharides Vegetables: artichoke, asparagus, beetroot, broccoli,brussel sprouts, cabbage, fennel, garlic, leek, okra, onion,pea, shallotCereals: rye and wheat cereals when eaten in largeamounts (e.g. biscuits, bread, couscous, crackers, pasta)Legumes: baked bean, chickpea, lentil, red kidney beanFruits: custard apple, persimmon, rambutan, watermelon,white peachVegetables: bamboo shoots, bok choy, capsicum, carrot,celery, chives, choko, choy sum, corn, eggplant, greenbeans, lettuce, parsnips, pumpkin, silverbeet, spring onion(green part only)Onion/garlic substitutes: garlic-infused oilCereals: gluten-free and spelt bread/cereal productsFruit: tomato.
    Polyols Fruits: apple, apricot, avocado, cherry, longon, lychee,nashi pear, nectarine, peach, pear, plum, prune,watermelonVegetables: cauliflower, mushrooms, snow peasSweeteners: isomalt, maltitol, mannitol, sorbitol, xylitol,and other sweeteners ending in “-ol”Fruits: bananas, blueberry, cantaloupe, carambola, durian,grape, grapefruit, honeydew melon, kiwi, lemon, lime,orange, passion fruit, pawpaw, raspberrySweeteners: glucose, sugar (sucrose), other artificialsweeteners not ending in “-ol”
    Keep Reading for Low FODMAPs foods: https://www.rexhealth.com/app/files/...et-revised.pdf

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    Default Re: FODMAPS Diet Relieves Symptoms Of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Just edited my suggestion after doing a search of my Google travels. This link — https://www.ibsdiets.org/fodmap-diet/fodmap-food-list/ — has a great color-coded, easily referenced chart of the good, the bad & the ugly. There's a downloadable version that's clear and compact, but thorough.
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    I could not open your chart. However, the link at the end of my post above takes you to a chart that lists "High" and "Low" FODMAP foods.
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