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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
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Feb 21, 2017

My guest, Dr. Glenda Bishop, is a registered nutritionist, a wellness coach, a behavioural neuroscientist, a personal trainer and an educator who helps people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome live a less irritable life. Glenda was diagnosed with IBS twenty five years ago and follows the low FODMAP diet to keep her IBS under control --  along with exercise, stress management, and other techniques. Glenda is also the author of the website A Less Irritable Life and works with her clients to create personalised solution, for living a healthy life with IBS.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Who is Glenda Bishop and how did she come across the low FODMAP diet?
  • What is Glenda’s Four Step Snack Builder?
  • What are some great low FODMAP treats you can have for snacks?
  • What things can trigger IBS apart from FODMAPs?
  • Should alcohol be avoided, if you’re suffering from IBS?
  • Can alcohol be used in cooking if you have IBS?
  • Are carbonated beverages IBS triggers?
  • Should coffee be avoided even though it is not high FODMAP?
  • Why should IBS sufferers be looking at a personalised solution?
  • How important is it to keep track of your FODMAPs throughout the day?
  • How much time is generally needed to get IBS under control?

“The more positive you are about your condition and the more accepting you are of what it is and how you can help it, the easier it is to manage your IBS.” –Glenda Bishop

To read the show notes for this episode, please visit www.lowfodmapdiets.com/30

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