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mike_sweden:
Having had some success with paleo, I know move on to FODMAP.

--- Quote ---Since what you eat can have a major effect on your body, digestive issues are incredibly common.

FODMAPs are types of carbohydrates found in certain foods, including wheat and beans.

Studies have shown strong links between FODMAPs and digestive symptoms like gas, bloating, stomach pain, diarrhea and constipation.

Low-FODMAP diets can provide remarkable benefits for many people with common digestive disorders.
--- End quote ---

I will post here with updates

there is an initial 5-6 week intro/strict phase

please share your thoughts

joelawerence:
Looking forward to your updates. There are some diet changes which can make you feel better for a month or so and then they wean off, so atleast 2 months is what you should ideally aim for :)

demografx:

Thanks, joelawerence

mike_sweden:
FODMAP is working out good, takes some time but its an overall daily improvement

this has given me a better digestion and stomach.

this does work way better than paleo

Gino:
I adopted a low-Fodmap diet in 2014 and found it to greatly reduce bloating and related digestive symptoms. I also have less puffiness in the face/eyes in the mornings. It's hard to follow so I don't adhere strictly on weekends.

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