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25Jun

Summary of useful IBS & FODMAP related articles & research via Twitter in the last month (May 2013)

This is obviously not an extensive list…what you think I live on twitter?  But please use the comments to leave links to useful things you have read as well.

“Dodging wheat shouldn’t mean you have to miss out on a delicious dinner out, so whether you’re a coeliac, gluten intolerant or just cutting down on wheat, this is the list for you” Top 10 London Restaurants for Gluten Free Dining via @Blue_Tomato

Nice quick summary of FODMAP’s in this short article Limiting certain carbs may help ease irritable bowel syndrome via @AmCollegeGastro & @KateScarlata_RD

Interesting IBS research here: A dietary survey of patients with irritable bowel syndrome via @IBS_Wisdom & @JHNDEditor

FODMAP based research; The low FODMAP diet improves gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with irritable bowel syndrome: a prospective study. via @pronutritionist

Are there are some useful tips you can pick out of this article on constipation? Irritable bowel and constipation – fifteen tips to avoid it via @WhatAllergy

And one extra….there is this great blog post on Gluten free bread woes? via @Jules_GastroRD

We hope you find these as interesting as we have – thanks to all the tweeters for their low FODMAP and IBS articles and sharing the knowledge. We will continue to read new blogs and articles this month and feature them in an upcoming post. Please tweet us with any great articles you read!

  

LeeMartinRD

Lee is a UK Registered Dietitian who worked as a researcher at King’s College London University researching the low FODMAP diet for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Previously Lee worked for the NHS with many years’ experience of treating IBS. Lee has run a popular blog www.rmdietetic.com on the low FODMAP diet since 2013 where you can learn all about his experiences of following the low FODMAP diet, find information on the research behind the diet, the practicalities of implementing the diet along with low FODMAP meal and baking recipes. This year Lee has published the first ever book dedicated to the reintroduction phase of the low FODMAP diet. More information on the book entitled ‘Re-challenging and Reintroducing FODMAPS: A self-help guide to the entire reintroduction phase of the low FODMAP diet’ can be found on the website www.reintroducingfodmaps.com

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