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Let's Talk About FODMAPS

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Let's Talk About FODMAPS

In recent years, you may have heard more about low FODMAP diets as they gain more mainstream attention. If you're unsure what it's all about, let's first start by defining what FODMAPS are.  FODMAPS are a collection of short-chained carbohydrates (sugar molecules) that are unsuccessfully broken down in the upper digestive tract, leading to bacterial fermentation in the lower digestive tract. This fermentation process draws in fluid and produces gas, often causing gastrointestinal discomfort.  FODMAP is an acronym for:  F - Fermentable O - Oligosaccharides (eg. Fructans and Galactans) D - Disaccharides (eg. Lactose) M - Monosaccharides (eg. excess Fructose)...

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There are many contributing factors that affect your gut health. Factors such as diet, food intolerances, lifestyle, hormones, sleep, stress and especially medications will affect the state of how your body digests and eliminates what you eat and drink. 

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Enhance your body’s natural detoxification system and improve your overall health with our 6-step guide.

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Make The body Shaping shake a part of your healthy lifestyle and get in the best shape of your life.

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Support Your Immune System Naturally

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Support Your Immune System Naturally

Explore Healthy Chef Immune Support and boost your body's natural defences.
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Constipated or Bloated? 5 Things That Could Help

Today, I’m sharing 5 of my go-to steps to help with constipation and...

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Say Good-Bye To Bloating

Today, I’m sharing my go-to steps to help you say goodbye to bloating...

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6 Ways To Optimise Gut Health

If you frequently deal with digestive discomfort, today, I’m sharing my 6 go-to...

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3 Ways To Enjoy Immune Support

It's so important, now more than ever, to maintain a healthy regime that...

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