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.


Diet low in FODMAP: a diet to relieve digestion problems
Nutrition Forum
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