FODMAP

Cutting out artificial preservatives is just one way to eat well, but there are a whole bunch of other exciting new food trends about to be all the rage.
Presented by Panera Bread
Laura Manning, MPH, RD, CDN Clinical Nutrition Coordinator Susan and Leonard Feinstein IBD Clinical Center at Mount Sinai
Fructose: high fructose corn syrup, honey and certain fruits like apples, blackberries, boysenberries, dates and figs. And
Learning to read ingredient labels is going to be the biggest challenge in the beginning. Read: Eat natural, whole foods that are low FODMAP and stay away from processed foods, dressings and marinades and certain snacks.
Why has the gluten-free trend taken off like wildfire in the last few years while the FODMAP diet has not really caught on even though it was developed way back in 1999 and shown to have a high success rate for people with IBS and even other gastrointestinal issues?