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  • Gozzin (edited 3 months ago)
    +2

    Ah yes,I've read about this re Low Fodmap diet.,which is addressed in the writing. Nice read,thanks!

    The researchers then set up a lab to test various FODMAPs in food. “We found that wheat and other gluten-containing grains (like rye, barley, wheat) also contained high levels of fructans,” Muir said in an email. “It appears that fructans and gluten tend to co-exist in foods, and gluten-free grains tend to be low FODMAP.”

    • kxh
      +6

      I've been on a low FODMAP diet for a long time now. It's the only thing that works for me. It's also much more difficult than a gluten free diet.

      • Gozzin
        +4

        I've mixed some low FODMAP elements with keto and it helps me since keto also cuts out some stuff that it's best i avoid as well.