• About FODMAPs

    FODMAPs are a group of small carbohydrate molecules found in everyday foods. While some people are able to consume FODMAPs without experiencing any negative effects, many people with digestive disorders such as IBS, find that ingestion of FODMAPs trigger symptoms including abdominal pain, cramping, bloating, excess gas, constipation and/or diarrhea. Managing FODMAP intake may help to improve symptoms for some people. 

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    Understanding FODMAPs

    FODMAPs are a group of small carbohydrate molecules found in everyday foods. While some people are able to consume FODMAPs without experiencing any negative effects, many people with digestive disorders such as IBS, find that ingestion of FODMAPs trigger symptoms including abdominal pain, cramping, bloating, excess gas, constipation and/or diarrhea. 

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Enhancing lifelong health

The Canadian Digestive Health Foundation believes our ability to help establish, enrich and protect a healthy gut microbiota is the key to lifelong health

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