4. How do you know which foods contain FODMAPs?

This diet is by nature very restrictive. The labels on food packets offer the best guide to manufactured products to products it is OK to use and those you need to avoid. The diet also omits many kinds of grains, vegetables, and dairy foods. The dietician should provide detailed advice on permitted natural products, but there is little comfort for anyone with a sweet tooth.



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