In this white paper, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Derek Timm explains why those starting a low FODMAP dietary program need to manage their dietary fiber intake carefully to avoid constipation and other digestive issues.

Timm provides several tips, including adding a fiber supplement to your program. ”But be selective,” writes the Monash University FODMAP-trained nutritional scientist. “Some fiber supplements are high in FODMAPs. Fiber supplements containing inulin, GOS, wheat dextrin and IMOs, are all ingredients which should be avoided by those looking to reduce FODMAPs in their diet.”

Sunfiber is a Monash University Low FODMAP certified™ fiber. All-natural Sunfiber, derived from the guar bean, moves food through the gut at just the right pace, and without causing excess gas or bloating.

 

 
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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Monash University Low FODMAP Certified™. A low FODMAP diet does not treat a disease, but may help to meet nutrition needs with reduced gastrointestinal symptoms. Monash University receives a license fee for use of the Monash University Low FODMAP Certified trademarks.

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Monash University Low FODMAP Certified™. A low FODMAP diet does not treat a disease, but may help to meet nutrition needs with reduced gastrointestinal symptoms. Monash University receives a license fee for use of the Monash University Low FODMAP Certified trademarks.

Tomorrow's Nutrition © 2020 All Rights Reserved.