April 27, 2021
Can a Low FODMAP Diet Improve Runner’s Stomach?
Ep 7: Can a Low FODMAP Diet Improve Runners’ Stomach?
Sarah and Marita continue talking about GI issues in endurance athletes and discuss what FODMAPS are, what foods and sports foods are high in fodmaps, and how a low fodmap diet may help IBS and runners’ stomach symptoms.
A low FODMAP diet is typically used for treating IBS and other constant GI symptoms but is meant to be a short term diet. Sarah and Marita also discuss when you may want/need to consider this and what the risks can be.
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Cera Sport – Low FODMAP Hydration Mix
- Monash University – Low fodmap diet
- Monash University List of FODMAP foods
- Low FODMAP gluten free pasta recipe
- Research Review: Exit Gluten-Free and Enter Low FODMAPs: A Novel Dietary Strategy to Reduce Gastrointestinal Symptoms in Athletes
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