What to expect – at least 3 in 4 IBS sufferers respond to a low FODMAP diet, so you can expect your symptoms to be substantially reduced within this program – the Low FODMAP Fortnight. If not, you can access our Skype service for more tailored and individualised advice.
What you do – watch a set of short videos that explain how to complete the Low FODMAP Fortnight, read the associated resources, document the food you eat and your symptoms for two weeks. You will then progress to the second program – the FODMAP Challenge stage.
What you get – access to a set of 6 simple, practical, short explanatory videos outlining how and why to make the suggested dietary changes, along with downloadable resources to complement each video. Resources include a food and symptom diary, low and high FODMAP food list, weekly meal plans, a shopping guide, recipe modification resource and the Low FODMAP Fortnight checklist. You can now also download our FODMAP SWAPP application from iTunes, Google Play or Amazon to help you swap the high FODMAP foods with lower FODMAP alternatives.