FODMAP (Low-FODMAP Diet) for IBS
A low-FODMAP diet is not about eliminating high-FODMAP foods indefinitely. The objective is to balance your diet in order to better manage the symptoms of IBS. High-FODMAP foods exist in every food group and may include artichokes, apples, cow’s milk, breakfast cereals and high fructose corn syrup. A low-FODMAP diet seeks to eliminate as many of the following “fermentable oligo-, di-, monosaccharides and polyols” carbs as possible from your diet – hence the name, low-FODMAP diet.
A gastroenterologist who understands your IBS can help you develop diet plans that work for your specific symptoms. While a nutritionist may provide general advice on a low-FODMAP diet, he or she does not have the tools or qualifications to diagnose and properly treat IBS-related issues. Seeking support and advice from Dr. David Yamini at one of his California offices may be the solution you need.
Diet & Your Gastroenterology Condition
A large number of gastroenterological conditions are either caused or exacerbated by the things that people eat and drink every day. When you decide to change your diet, it is important that you consult with a gastroenterologist who can provide an accurate diagnosis. Changes to your diet may actually contribute to ill health if you are misdiagnosed.
When you consult with Dr. Yamini and his team, it means gaining access to specialist knowledge and treatment. There is no better way to regain a sense of well-being than knowing your health conditions are under control. With two offices in California, Dr. David Yamini provides easy access to all the treatments you will ever need.
Contact the offices of Dr. YaminiContact the offices of Dr. Yamini today if you would like help and advice on an effective low-FODMAP diet in California. Consultation takes place in a relaxed environment where education on a better quality of life for those suffering from IBS is the key focus.