Info

Low FODMAP Diet and IBS Podcast

Are you suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome and struggle to find a way to manage your symptoms? If your answer is yes, you are just like me, a few years ago. Now I control my horrible IBS symptoms mainly by following a low FODMAP diet. In the Low FODMAP Diet and IBS Podcast, we will hear from IBS and low FODMAP Diet experts and also different stories from people who are suffering from IBS and have been following a Low FODMAP Diet to manage their IBS issues. You can find me at www.lowFODMAPdiets.com
RSS Feed
Low FODMAP Diet and IBS Podcast
2018
March


2017
December
June
May
April
March
February
January


2016
December
November
October
September
August
July


All Episodes
Archives
Now displaying: November, 2016
Nov 29, 2016

In this week’s episode, I have the pleasure to interview Dr. Miechelle O’Brien, my first gastroenterologist guest. Dr O'Brien explains IBS and other GI issues while sharing her knowledge and passion with us. Also you can find out, how she got the fantastic idea of creating the TrueSelf™ Foods products to help many IBS sufferers with convenient, yet healthy and delicious snack bars that won't trigger their symptoms.

 In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What is a gastroenterologist?
  • How important is to see a gastroenterologist for someone suffering from digestive issues?
  • What is the difference between syndrome, disorder and disease?
  • What does “brain in our gut” means?
  • What causes IBS?
  • How common is IBS around the world?
  • What is post-infectious IBS?
  • Are women more prone to IBS than men?
  • What is the best way to find out if you have IBS?
  • What is the Rome IV criteria all about?
  • How is IBS different from IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)?
  • How to treat IBS symptoms?
  • How Dr. O’Brien found out about the low FODMAP diet?
  • How knowledgeable are other GI specialists about the low FODMAP diet?
  • How Dr. O’Brien came up with the idea of creating low FODMAP food products?

To read the show-notes for this episode, please visit www.lowfodmapdiets.com/23

Nov 22, 2016

In this episode we’ll learn the differences between a dietitian and a nutritionist from Hollie O’Connor. We’ll also find out the answers to some of the most Frequently Asked Questions from listeners of the podcast and readers of the blog.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What is a nutritionist?
  • How can a nutritionist helps IBS sufferers?
  • What are the differences between a nutritionist and a dietitian?
  • Who can diagnose and treat health issues?
  • Why IBS sufferers are okay with some dairy products but not with cow’s milk?
  • What milks are suitable for IBS sufferers?
  • Is the gluten-free diet good for IBS sufferers?
  • Will the Paleo diet reduce IBS symptoms?
  • What can you eat if you are following both a Paleo diet and low FODMAP diet (not much really!)

To read the show-notes for this episode, please visit www.lowfodmapdiets.com/22

Nov 15, 2016

In this episode, Nutritional Therapist and Coach, Suzanne Perazzini explains how she went from long-time IBS sufferer to IBS liberator, helping hundreds of people to successfully follow a low FODMAP diet and become IBS symptoms free.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • How Suzanne struggled with IBS symptoms since childhood, but thought it was normal.
  • How did IBS affect Suzanne's family and work life?
  • Why Suzanne had to give up a great job offer?
  • What food Suzanne was able to re-introduce after being diagnosed?
  • Suzanne tips to counteract constipation?
  • Dealing with withdrawal symptoms on the low FODMAP diet.
  • What are some travelling tips for IBS sufferers?
  • How to deal with restaurant meals?
  • The laminated card every IBS sufferer need to have.
  • What to do when going on a cruise?
  • What is Suzanne's coaching program all about?
  • Suzanne's best selling low FODMAP cook books.
  • Suzanne's future book publication.    

To read the show-notes for this episode, please visit: www.lowfodmapdiets.com/21

Nov 8, 2016

This episode’s guest, Lee Martin, is a specialised dietitian who became part of the low FODMAP diet research team in London King's College, contributing to the research and development of the diet.

Currently, he works as a specialist gastroenterology dietitian at the University College London Hospital where he provides group education on the low FODMAP diet.

Lee has also published the book “Re-challenging and Reintroducing FODMAPs” which is the first book ever written that is completely dedicated to the reintroduction phase of the low FODMAP diet. 

Lee has not been diagnosed with IBS, but suffers from functional gut symptoms and has followed the Low FODMAP diet, to understand more about the practicality of the diet and to improve his symptoms. 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Lee's involvement with the low FODMAP diet research team at King's College London.
  • Why Lee wanted to try the low FODMAP diet, even without IBS diagnosis.
  • What is Lee’s “Re-challenging and Reintroduction of FODMAPs” book all about?
  • What are the general guidelines and protocols for doing the re-challenging phase of the low FODMAP diet?
  • What is the difference between re-challenging and reintroduction?
  • What is meant by a three-day re-challenging and what is the best procedure?
  • What is a washout period all about?
  • Will it ever be possible to eat the foods that trigger your IBS symptoms again?
  • Do we need to stay on the low FODMAP diet forever?
  • What are some useful travelling tips for IBS sufferers on the low FODMAP diet?
  • What are some of the newest developments in the research of the low FODMAP diet?
  • and more....

To read the show-notes for this episode, please visit: www.lowfodmapdiets.com/20

 

Nov 1, 2016

Listen to Carolyn Lindrea's story about battling IBS and how she was able to improve her symptoms by following a low FODMAP diet.

Carolyn's is also a Certified Food and Wellness Coach and looks at all areas that may be contributing to your digestive issues to successfully guide you through the phases of the low FODMAP diet.

Carolyn has also developed the first certified FODMAP Friendly teas, a selection of wonderful blends to help sooth your digestive system, that also contain antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.

To read the show-notes for this episode, please visit: www.lowFODMAPdiets.com/19

1