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The Low FODMAP Diet - Books

The following books are taken from Amazon.co.uk and are available to UK readers primarily.  Books are sold via Amazon.co.uk not through IBS Sano.

We have included books, and in  our recipes section we will soon be including kitchen equipment which will make your Low FODMAP diet that much easier.

Low FODMAP Diet - Books from Amazon.co.uk

The Low FODMAP Diet

The first and only scientifically proven diet for managing irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)—presented by the plan’s world-leading experts.

“What can I do to feel better?” For years, patients with irritable bowel syndrome have asked doctors this question, and until now, no diet for managing IBS symptoms has ever been proven effective. Of the approximately 20 percent of adults who have IBS, most have had to resign themselves to a lifetime of diarrhea, bloating, constipation, or other uncomfortable symptoms.

The low-FODMAP diet is a revolution. In clinical trials, three-quarters of affected adults who reduced their intake of FODMAPs—a set of difficult-to-digest carbohydrates found in wheat, milk, beans, soy, and certain fruits, vegetables, nuts, and sweeteners—also saw improvement in their IBS symptoms.

IBS: Free at Last

IBS should not make you skip a beat—get your groove back! Tired of missing the fun because of your irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)? Confused about what to eat? Think you’re the only one who feels miserable while eating healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, beans, and yogurt?

You are not alone. IBS affects up to 15% of teens and adults. If you could get your groove back in just a few weeks by trying a new kind of diet, would you do it? High-fiber diets for IBS are old school. It's time you learned about FODMAPs! IBS—Free at Last! has the latest on how foods you eat can cause your IBS symptoms. Registered dietitian Patsy Catsos spells out a diet program to help you find your FODMAP food triggers. Thousands of readers of the first edition of IBS—Free at Last! were the first to benefit. Now it’s your turn.

The Gluten Free Kitchen

I Can Eat That opens with a brief explanation of intolerances. The recipes are divided into five main chapters (Plate-free food; Salads; Mains; Desserts; and Baking) and three 'mini' chapters (Soups; Comforting sides; and Puddings). The feel if this book is a little more 'comfort food' than the previous one, with a really good range of dessert and baking recipes (which are often seen as a limiting factor on a gluten-free diet).

Sue Shepherd is an accredited practising dietitian who specialises in the treatment of dietary intolerances. Since being diagnosed with coeliac disease, she has maintained a strong commitment to educating people with special dietary needs. Sue has self-published two gluten-free cookbooks: Irresistibles for the Irritable and Two Irresistible for the Irritable, in addition to her recent Viking title, Gluten-free Cooking.