FODMAPS and Irritable Bowel Syndrome

FODMAPS and Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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What are FODMAPs, and who should avoid them? Find out in this short video.

Timestamps
0:00 Introduction: FODMAPs and Irritable bowel syndrome
0:10 What are FODMAPs?
0:48 What are IBD and IBS?
1:43 Symptoms of IBS and IBD
2:37 What is the FODMAPs diet?
3:31 Share your success story!

In this video, we’re going to talk about FODMAPs in relationship to IBS and IBD.

FODMAP is an acronym for:
• Fermentable – carbs that are digested by gut bacteria
• Oligosaccharides – grains, garlic, onions, and legumes
• Disaccharides – dairy products
• Monosaccharides – fructose
• Polyols – sorbitol and mannitol

IBS stands for irritable bowel syndrome, and IBD stands for inflammatory bowel disease.

The differences between IBS and IBD are:
– With IBS, there are no ulcers or lesions. It also only occurs in the colon. Essentially, it is inflammation in the large intestine.
– With IBD, there are a group of bowel issues that causes inflammation in different parts of the gastrointestinal (GI) system.

The same things trigger both IBS and IBD:
• Gluten
• Sugar
• Grains
• Lactose
• Siber
• Omega-6 fatty acids

Symptoms of IBS and IBD include:
• Abdominal pain
• Diarrhea
• Bloating
• Gas

FODMAPs increase gas in the GI tract, which can stretch and expand the colon. Those with IBS and IBD are very sensitive to this stretching because of inflammation.

On a low-FODMAP diet, you want to consume plenty of low-FODMAP foods and avoid all high-FODMAP foods.

High-FODMAP foods to avoid on a Healthy Keto diet:
• Broccoli
• Cauliflower
• Asparagus
• Brussels sprouts
• Cabbage
• Peas
• Mushrooms
• Onions
• Shallots
• Garlic
• Artichokes
• Okra
• Beetroot
• Fennel
• Leeks
• Fruits
• Dairy products
• Legumes
• Grains
• Starches
• Sugar
• Cashews
• Pistachios

Low-FODMAP foods to have on a Healthy Keto diet:
• Bean sprouts
• Green beans
• Bok choy
• Bell pepper
• Carrot
• Herbs
• Cucumber
• Lettuce
• Tomato
• Zucchini
• Eggplant
• Radish
• Squash
• Meats
• Seafood
• Feta cheese
• Hard cheeses
• Lactose-free diary
• Almond milk
• Eggs
• Dark chocolate
• Macadamia nuts
• Pumpkin seeds
• Walnuts

If you do the low-FODMAPs diet and still experience gut issues, it may help to cut out all vegetables and do a carnivore diet until your gut heals.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped explain the connection between FODMAPs and IBS and IBD. I’ll see you in the next video.

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