You may need to follow a low-FODMAP diet
Bloating can be a painful and uncomfortable symptom of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Please first make sure that you exclude all other related issues by visiting your GP, doctor and/or gastroenterologist and get a diagnosis. If you do have Irritable Bowel Syndrome, a low-FODMAP diet may alleviate symptoms and offer some comfort. Please beware that this is not a fad diet, a weight-loss diet or any other of panacea. A low-FODMAP diet is a clinical diet that should only be followed under the supervision of a registered dietitian that has received this specialist training.
What You'll Need
What You'll Do
- Go to your GP and ask for a diagnosis or exclusion of other diseases.
- If a diagnosis of IBS is given, seek the opinion of a registered dietitian with training in low-FODMAP diet.
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