To live long and healthy has been studied for decades. The doctors at Digestive Care Physicians are true believers in eating the right foods can help in overall heath which can lead to a longer life expectancy. Board-Certified physicians Dr. Singh, Dr. Rashbaum, Dr. Nitin Parikh, Dr. Long B. Nguyen, Dr. Ruth Montalva, and providers Tammi D’Elena, PA-C; and Vanessa T. Dang, MSN, APRN recommend to all of their patients their Low-FODMAP diet. You can receive a copy of this diet from the website: https://digestivecarephysicians.com/low-fodmap-diet/.
Often foods can trigger digestive symptoms and it has been found that by restricting certain foods, people can improve these symptoms.
FODMAP stands for fermentable oligo-, di-, mono-saccharides and polyols
Certain carbohydrates are notorious for causing digestive upsets like bloating, gas, and stomach pain.
Foodmaps are found in a wide range of foods in varying amounts. Some foods contain just one type, while others contain several.
If you are one in 7 who suffer from IBS symptoms, it can mean a huge difference in your life. For others you can benefit as well:
To live long and healthy a low carbohydrate diet can help the heart, as long as protein and fat selections come from healthy sources. There is also evidence that a low carb diet may help people lose weight more quickly than a low-fat diet. Increasing high fiber low carbohydrate foods can also make you feel fuller longer and reduce the urge to snack on chips and sweets.
Digestive Care Physicians can help you with all GI issues. They now have 4 locations located north of Atlanta:
To read other articles on low-FODMAP diets: https://www.webmd.com/ibs/guide/what-is-fodmap#1