FODMAPs are carbohydrates found in certain foods that can be hard to digest, causing a range of symptoms, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Some of the most nutritious foods around are high in these sugars, frustrating people who eat well but still have tummy issues. If you find apples, onions, beans, dairy, or bread hard to digest, a low-FODMAP diet might be worth a try. With recipes for a seven-day menu plan, grocery lists, and clear explanations of the science behind the low-FOD-MAP diet and why it works, registered dietitian Danielle Capalino makes it easy to take control of your digestive health. Book jacket.
Danielle Capalino, MSPH, RD, is a registered dietitian in New York City, providing nutritional counseling on digestive health. She is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.