Read itFeb/Mar 2014 Issue

Living Without's Favorite Books: Heal Your Gut

Many people who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) have found relief with a diet low in FODMAPs—difficult-to-digest carbs found in foods like wheat, milk, beans and soy, along with certain fruits, vegetables, nuts and sweeteners. If you have ongoing IBS symptoms and are ready to make a change, read The Complete Low-FODMAP Diet (The Experiment Publishing) by Sue Shepherd, PhD, and Peter Gibson, MD. This detailed, yet easy-to-understand book is written by the two gurus of FODMAP, a scientifically proven dietary treatment that’s rapidly gaining recognition around the world. This book is the roadmap for eliminating problem foods and reintroducing items to find the customized food plan that works specifically for you. More than 80 gut-friendly, gluten-free recipes are included. Take this book with you the next time you visit your gastroenterologist.

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