WTF: What the FODMAP program disclaimer

The information shared in this program is not intended to provide medical advice or to diagnose or treat medical diseases. It is strictly for informational purposes. Before undertaking any course of treatment, you should seek the advice of a doctor or healthcare provider. I strongly encourage working with a dietitian who is trained in the low-FODMAP diet. If you are experiencing consistent or severe GI symptoms, you should first seek out medical attention to rule out other diagnoses.

If you are experiencing bleeding, symptoms that wake you up from sleep at night, symptoms that have changed dramatically or started suddenly, have had unintentional weight loss of more than 10 pounds, fever, or have a strong family history of colon cancer, seek the counsel of a medical professional before you embark on this diet plan.

All the information shared in this program regarding FODMAP content of foods is based on research that has been conducted at Monash University. All the information is accurate at the time of launching this course, but is subject to change as this is an emerging field. The recipes I have included use low-FODMAP ingredients, but have not been tested in a laboratory setting.