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If you've been told that you have irritable bowel syndrome, coeliac's disease, fructose malabsorption, or lactose intolerance, then you may be experiencing uncomfortable gastrointestinal issues, such as constipation, diarrhoea, and bloating. Following a low FODMAP diet can help to manage your symptoms however, it can also minimise the abundance of healthy bacteria in your gut and the amount of fibre-rich foods you consume.
The gut microbiota is the collection of microorganisms that live in your digestive system, and maintaining a healthy balance of these microorganisms is key to overall digestive health to minimise gastrointestinal upset. If you're following a low FODMAP diet and are still experiencing symptoms, it might be time to look at nourishing your gut microbiome.
Here are some tips for nourishing your gut microbiota whilst following a low FODMAP diet:
Prebiotic and probiotic fibre blends are a great option for those who find it difficult to consume a lot of these foods in their everyday diet. Some great options include Regular Girl and Sunfiber GI, which include partially hydrolysed guar gum, a prebiotic fibre that is used to promote bowel regularity and minimise constipation and diarrhoea.