FODMAPs are short-chain carbohydrates, so-called “fermentable” sugars that are poorly absorbed by the small intestine. They are fermented by bacteria in the colon and can cause, in some people, digestive disorders: distension in the large intestine, gas production, acceleration of transit and intestinal pain. What foods contain FODMAPs? Should we delete them permanently? The explanations of Aurélie Guerri, dietician nutritionist.

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