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What is FODMAP?

FODMAP stands for Fermentable Oligo-, Di-, Mono-saccharides, and Polyols. What is this gibberish? They're compounds that often are products of digesting food and epending on indivduals, may have a negative effect on your digestive health. Many suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and may require a diet that is low in FODMAPs.

Which conditions can benefit from a low FODMAP diet?

There are various medical conditions that would benefit from following a low FODMAP diet:

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

  • Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)

  • Crohn's Disease

  • Gluten-sensitvity

  • Chronics excessive bloating, gas, stomach pain, especially after eating food

What is the fokus FODMAP program? 

The FODMAP program at fokus is an intensive, 3 phase program. You will work very closely with your registered dietitian for a period of about 3 months to ensure that all protocols of the program is followed in order to discover the culprits of your intolerance through the gold standard method of elimination diet.

What is included in the fokus FODMAP program? 

As with all fokus programs, the FODMAP program begins with a resting metabolic rate assessment at one of our clinic locations. Below is a timeline summary of the program:

Initial Resting

Metabolic Rate Test

Nutrition & Health

Assessment

Elimination Diet

Plan

Follow Up

Support

Re-Introduction
Diet Plan

Following a thorough assessment, which includes a metabolic test and a current nutrition and health overview by one of our registered dietitian nutritionists, a comprehensive plan is created with three phases: Elimination, Reintroduction, and Maintenance. You can learn more about the components of the fokus personalized health plan here.

When your personalized health plan is complete, you will speak with your registered dietitian nutritionist for program introduction, where you will be presented with your personalized health plan, and review your results together. From there on, you will work closely with your registered dietitian virtually, and complete scheduled, in-clinic metabolic tests for the duration of your program. Your dietitian will monitor closely your progress through the various phases of the FODMAP program, and provide additional instructions as you graduate from each phase.

We recommend all clients on the fokus FODMAP program to get a Hydrogen and Methane breath test with your primary care provider. Speak to our Registered Dietitians for more information about this non-invasive test.

 

 

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