The Complete Low-FODMAP Diet: A Revolutionary Plan for Managing IBS and Other Digestive Disorders

By | March 27, 2016

A diet plan proven to relieve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive disorders—presented by the world’s leading experts and tailored to you

“A must-have survival guide” —Gerard E. Mullin, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine and Director of Integrative GI Nutrition Services at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine


“What can I do to feel better?” For years, millions of adults who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) have asked this question, often to be met with scientifically unfounded or inadequate advice.

The low-FODMAP diet is the long-awaited answer. In clinical trials, over three quarters of people with chronic digestive symptoms gain significant relief by reducing their intake of FODMAPs—difficult-to-digest carbs found in foods such as wheat, milk, beans, soy, and certain fruits, vegetables, nuts, and sweeteners.

In The Complete Low-FODMAP Diet, Sue Shepherd and Peter Gibson explain what causes digestive distress, how the low-FODMAP diet helps, and how to:

• Identify and avoid foods high in FODMAPs
• Develop a personalized and sustainable low-FODMAP diet
• Shop, menu plan, entertain, travel, and eat out with peace of mind
• Follow the program if you have IBS, celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, or diabetes, and if you eat a vegetarian, vegan, low-fat, or dairy-free diet.

And, with 80 delicious low-FODMAP, gluten-free recipes, you can manage your symptoms, feel great, and eat well—for life.


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3 Comments

mirasreviews on 03/27/2016 at 06:42.

The Diet Is Tremendously Helpful. The Rest of the Book, Not So Much. “The Complete Low-FODMAP Diet: A Revolutionary Plan for Managing IBS and Other Digestive Disorders” lays out the principles for a diet to control the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome as well as help for non-responsive celiacs and those with IBD whose symptoms may be aggravated by sensitivity to FODMAPs. The book is written by Sue Shepherd, PhD, an Australian nutritionist who was instrumental in developing the low-FODMAP diet, and by Peter Gibson, MD, a gastroenterologist at Monash…

Kate B. on 03/27/2016 at 07:06.

Gets you to a healthy-feeling baseline An amazing book – detailed, but easy-to-understand. It gives all you need to implement the diet – what foods to eat at first, and what to reintroduce once you are at a healthy-feeling baseline. If you’ve been diagnosed with fructose malabsorption or IBS, but can’t find reliable info about what you should eat, this is the most-reliable resource out there. This book is an updated version of …

booklady68 on 03/27/2016 at 07:15.

It’s Already Helping! I would like to add to the other very thorough reviews. This book provides very practical information. I have had it for about two weeks and it’s already helping! I have suffered from IBS for years and have quite a few materials on the subject. I think the most surprising thing that I learned so far is how my favorite “healthy” staples have been contributing to my symptoms. For example, some items for me are: apples, blackberries, whole wheat bread (gluten), broccoli, Greek yogurt, and agave to…