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Have you tried FODMAP not because of issues?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created July 16, 2012 at 11:41 PM

Maybe I'm phrasing this wrong; but I was suggested looking into FODMAP restrictions (/chart) in response to my question about toning my belly (they suggested it was a gut issue). Thing is, I had more digestive issues before paleo, but post-paleo I cannot really recall these digestive issues since, and since most people who play w FODMAP due it BECAUSE of these issues, I was wondering if anyone tried it out of curiosity, and what did they find?

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I think they are just asking if people who haven't experienced bloating/gas/ibs/etc, but go on a low-FODMAP diet anyways, have noticed other benefits.

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wtf is FODMAP..

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WTF is FODMAP..

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I'm not sure I understand your question. I would think you would be able to tell whether your tummy is not flat because of intestinal gas or because of excess fat. If it's gas, then yes going low-FODMAP should help. I am a major bloater so I eat low-FODMAP and I also try to avoid swallowing air as well (by not chewing gum, drinking from water bottes, slurping hot liquids, sipping through straws etc, eating too fast, etc).

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on July 17, 2012
at 01:49 AM

I think they are just asking if people who haven't experienced bloating/gas/ibs/etc, but go on a low-FODMAP diet anyways, have noticed other benefits.

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