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Millions of people suffer from IBS following a low-FODMAP diet is effective for nearly 75 percent of those.
Approximately one in seven people suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome. The symptoms are difficult to diagnose and treat and until recently, patients had to endure ill health and a poor quality of life with no hope in sight.
We now understand that FODMAPs, which are Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols, are all carbohydrates that are poorly digested in the intestine, which in turn causes the pain and discomfort of IBS. FODMAPs are found in dairy, wheat, beans, pulses, fruit and some vegetables.
Cinzia's objective is to provide you with a tool that will help you attain intestinal wellbeing via a diet that's low in FODMAPs. The first part of her book presents the theory and provides the understanding of why the diet works as well as how you adopt the lifestyle. This includes everything from recommendations for vegetarians to an easy to follow chart which lists all the foods and ingredients that need to be avoided on the diet. She also offers sound advice on reading labels and adapting your favorite recipes.
In the second section of the book, there are 125 recipes and 4 weeks of meal plans that will help you ease into the diet with support and understanding. And the recipes are delicious just because you're managing IBS doesn't mean you and your family can't eat flavorful and enticing meals.
The 125 recipes are for breakfasts, starters and salads, soups, entrees, sandwiches, sides, snacks and desserts. A typical lunch is Rice and Lentil Salad with Herbs and Tomato, or Pork Fillet and Prosciutto with Spinach, Raisins and Steamed Brown Rice. And dinner is something as easy to prepare as Chicken Fajitas with Tomato and Cucumber Salsa or if you're entertaining, Filet Mignon with a
Creamy Paprika Sauce with Greek-Style Roasted Vegetables.
And simply by buying the book, you receive a reduced-rate subscription to coaching by Registered Dietitians with IBS experience, a Facebook support group and personalized low-FODMAP meal plans and smart grocery lists.
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About the Author
Cinzia Cuneo, MSc, is the founder of SOSCuisine, a service that provides practical and personalized solutions to specialized meal plans designed under the supervision of dietitians. She lives in Montreal, Quebec.
Table of Contents
Foreword Gail Attara 9
Part 1 The Principles of the Low-FODMAP Diet
How Do Foods Trigger Digestive Problems? 14
Irritable Bowel Syndrome 16
The Low-FODMAP Diet 22
Where Are FODMAPs Found? 24
How to Benefit from the Low-FODMAP Diet 30
Frequently Asked Questions 40
Making the Low-FODMAP Diet Easier 48
Part 2 Applying the Low-FODMAP Approach
The SOSCuisine Method: Continue Your Experience Online 56
Low-FODMAP Meal Plans 57
Part 3 130 Healthy and Yummy Low-FODMAP Recipes
About the Nutrient Analyses 68
Breakfasts and Snacks 69
Starters and Salads 89
Soups and Sandwiches 113
Vegetarian and Vegan Mains 137
Fish and Seafood 151
Chicken and Turkey 165
Pork, Beef and Lamb 183
Side Dishes 209
Trustworthy Internet Resources 246
About SOSCuisine.com 247
About the Authors 248
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
FODMAP restriction has been found to improve symptom control in people with irritable bowel syndrome and other functional gastrointestinal disorders. FODMAPs are specific carbohydrates that are poorly absorbed in the small intestine, which include many kinds of sugars. The term FODMAP stands for “Fermentable, Oligo-, Di-, Mono-saccharides And Polyols.” So, those of us (or who have family members) with digestive problems, it’s hard to know what to eat easily and healthily. The Low-FODMAP Solution offers 130 recipes — delicious and healthy examples of what people with digestive disorders can eat and enjoy every day — and their families, too, since the recipes are great. Many are family favorites in our household now — like the citrus pesto spaghetti or ratatouille with tofu. Really good, and easy to prepare. It’s a friendly and helpful support for any household to not only live with digestive difficulties but to live well with them, regardless.