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  • FODMAPs and other conditions — IBS—Free at Last!
    that a low FODMAP diet is capable of inducing or maintaining remission in patients with Crohn s disease or ulcerative colitis Still a low FODMAP diet might still be able to help manage symptoms and improve quality of life People with IBD can also have IBS When patients with Crohn s or ulcerative colitis in remission are still symptomatic IBS and FODMAPs could be to blame During an flare up of IBD it stands to reason that one should limit foods that might cause osmotic diarrhea on top of the IBD symptoms For example it doesn t make sense to replace fluids during bouts of diarrhea with high FODMAP beverages such as fruit juice or regular milk Patients with IBD will want to approach reintroduction of FODMAPs with more caution than other people Celiac disease CD People with celiac disease are far more likely to have IBS than other people If you have celiac disease eat a gluten free diet and still experience excess gas abdominal pain bloating diarrhea or constipation FODMAPs could be to blame First though talk with your doctor to make sure your gluten antibody levels reflect a 100 gluten free diet and ask an expert in gluten free eating to review your diet for hidden sources of gluten Then consider a trial FODMAP elimination diet to see if your symptoms improve Be especially watchful of FODMAP ingredients added to boost the fiber content of gluten free breads and baked goods Non celiac gluten sensitivity NCGS A person with NCGS has observed that he or she has a bad reaction to gluten even though celiac disease has been ruled out There is no biomarker specific test for NCGS This condition reportedly accounts for over half of the patients seen in celiac specialty clinics There is some debate about whether the NCGS gastrointestinal symptoms attributed to gluten might really be due to the FODMAPs present in gluten grains What about Gluten Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth SIBO Healthy people have very few bacteria living in their small intestines If an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine develops which can happen for a variety of reasons IBS like symptoms can occur Research is ongoing to determine the best ways to diagnose and treat SIBO and to find out how many people previously diagnosed with IBS actually have SIBO Firm practice guidelines don t exist yet but antibiotic treatment shows the most promise It seems likely that a diet low in rapidly fermentable carbohydrates such as a low FODMAP diet would discourage relapse of SIBO after antibiotic treatment However there have been no scientific experiments yet to prove whether this or any other diet is best for people with SIBO Gastroesophageal reflux disease GERD GERD is a very common condition a great many people with IBS also have GERD FODMAPs exert their direct effect in the lower part of the gastrointestinal tract and FODMAP studies have not looked at GERD symptoms such as heartburn directly Still many people do report

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  • Learn more about FODMAPs — IBS—Free at Last!
    FODMAPs What is a FODMAP Elimination Diet High and low FODMAP foods What about Gluten Is it for me FODMAPs and other conditions Learn more about FODMAPs This book has made a huge difference in my life Finally I can eat without misery I refer to the book so often that I ended up with two copies so I can have it nearby in more than one room Amazon reader review of IBS Free at Last July 5 2013 After almost 45 hours of travel Patsy finally arrived at Monash University in Australia where she attended a FODMAP seminar met the Monash researchers and delivered 80 loaves of U S bread to the FODMAP laboratory Why go it alone Get some help from a registered dietitian nutritionist There are many ways to learn more about FODMAPs depending on your purpose your budget and your time frame You can certainly learn more about FODMAPs the way Patsy has by reading hundreds of scientific papers a year and by traveling around the world to learn directly from scientists at Monash University in Australia 2013 the International Celiac Disease Symposium 2013 Chicago the SIBO Symposium 2014 Portland OR Or you can begin with some of the books teaching tools and workshops that she has developed IBS Free at Last Second Edition 2012 is a paperback or Kindle book available in English or Spanish It helps non scientists understand how a FODMAP elimination diet works it outlines a strategy and an easily implemented plan It also contains a chapter for those with more scientific training and many health care professionals have been introduced to the FODMAP approach by reading this book The Flavor without FODMAPs Cookbook 2014 contains 122 recipes suitable for the elimination phase of the FODMAP diet along with a 2014 update

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  • FODMAP News — IBS—Free at Last!
    Catsos November 11 2015 Event Reports International Where else could one have a lovely Italian meal in an ancient Medici castle including a before dinner talk about rumination fermentation and the fecal microbiome Tagged GastroDiet 2015 FODMAPs Patsy Catsos September 8 2015 Low FODMAP recipes How We Met Patsy Catsos September 8 2015 Low FODMAP recipes We hope that our joint effort in writing IBS Free Recipes for the Whole Family will help you enjoyably manage a low FODMAP diet in a family with children no matter which one of you is the patient Tagged Books IBS recipes FODMAPs Patsy Catsos June 30 2015 Dining out and FODMAPs Patsy Catsos June 30 2015 Tips for dining out on a low FODMAP diet Patsy Catsos June 22 2015 Q and A Science behind FODMAPs FODMAPs in food Spelt v Wheat and FODMAPs Patsy Catsos June 22 2015 Q and A Science behind FODMAPs FODMAPs in food Why can a person eat spelt on a low FODMAP diet but not wheat Spelt is a variety of wheat Tagged Wheat Spelt FODMAPs Fructans 1 Comment Patsy Catsos May 14 2015 Q and A Science behind FODMAPs Can adding glucose improve fructose absorption Patsy Catsos May 14 2015 Q and A Science behind FODMAPs Can adding glucose to these high fructose fruits make it easier for people with fructose malabsorption to tolerate them Tagged fructose Glucose Dextrose FM Updates Patsy Catsos April 26 2015 Brand name products IBS Awareness Let s Share contest closed Patsy Catsos April 26 2015 Brand name products What type of food or beverage you would be most excited to see sporting a Monash University Low FODMAP seal Tagged Monash University Low FODMAP Certification Low FODMAP foods Patsy Catsos March 26 2015 FODMAPs in food General advice Science behind FODMAPs

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  • FODMAP CPE Events — IBS—Free at Last!
    Augusta ME Wednesday April 8 2015 11 15am 2 45pm 11 15 14 45 136 State St Augusta ME 04330 United States 75 minute breakout session on probiotics and digestive health at Maine Nutrition Council Annual Conference presented by Patsy Catsos MS RDN LD Jan 15 12 30 pm 12 30 Catsos seminar FODMAPs and IBS Beyond the Basics Coral Gables FL Thursday January 15 2015 12 30pm 4 30pm 12 30 16 30 Right Space 2 Meet Presented by Patsy Catsos MS RD LD Thursday January 15 2015 Right Space 2 Meet 100 Miracle Mile Suite 200 Coral Gables FL If paying by check click here for downloadable registration form You have not selected an item to display A FODMAP elimination diet is an evidence based learning diet to help people with irritable bowel syndrome IBS effectively manage debilitating gastrointestinal symptoms To get the best outcomes with this approach patients need more than a list of high and low FODMAP foods they need detailed customized effective nutrition care planning from a knowledgeable dietitian nutritionist The low FODMAP diet has many nuances which can be confusing and overwhelming for the IBS patient and healthcare provider alike Bring your IBS practice to the next level by developing your expertise in this cutting edge and innovative nutrition therapy The foundation of the FODMAP approach will be established with an abbreviated review of the literature emphasis will be on studies published in the past year We will then cover a number of special topics that will expand your understanding of how to identify high and low FODMAP foods in the absence of a complete FODMAP nutrient database The remainder of the course will be devoted to clinical decision making during the delivery of the FODMAP diet case studies and application of the diet while avoiding common pitfalls Delving into the nuances of the diet health care professionals will gain the following insights Not all probiotics are alike learn which probiotics are most appropriate for your IBS patients and which should be avoided due to added FODMAP ingredients Fiber supplements run the gamut from non fermentable to highly fermentable Help your IBS client choose the best fiber supplement as indicated for their health goals and GI symptom management Without a biomarker Non Celiac Gluten Sensitivity is a diagnosis of exclusion Are your patients unnecessarily eliminating gluten Detecting hidden FODMAPs in manufactured food ingredient list can be a daunting challenge Help your patients understand the dos and don ts Understand the spectrum of fermentable fibers including non FODMAP fibers such gums pectin and starches Hint Non FODMAP fibers can cause gas too All those what ifs What if my patient hasn t been diagnosed with IBS What if my patient has SIBO Crohn s or ulcerative colitis What if my patient has hasn t had breath testing What if my patient isn t a good candidate for the diet What if my patient has SIBO What if my patient has only partial improvement or no

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  • Goods and Services — IBS—Free at Last!
    in Print Meet the Authors Search IBS Free at Last Home IBS What is IBS IBS diagnosis Treatment for IBS FODMAPs What is a FODMAP Elimination Diet High and low FODMAP foods What about Gluten Is it for me FODMAPs and other conditions Learn more about FODMAPs Blog Dietitians Find a FODMAP dietitian FODMAP CPE Events Goods and Services About Patsy Catsos Media GI Nutrition Inc Contact Patsy Catsos Disclaimer

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  • Patsy Catsos — IBS—Free at Last!
    this new dietary approach She drafted her first set of patient handouts working carefully from the published scientific literature and began to field test them in her practice It is already fading from memory but at that time most people with IBS had to learn to live with their symptoms and rarely presented themselves for nutrition help Patsy s early FODMAP clients were seeing her for other problems They just happened to have terrible IBS Wow It was immediately apparent that the FODMAP approach was a game changer Patsy remembers the thrill of having patients come back to their follow up visits with huge smiles on their faces relaxed happy and feeling better Word quickly spread and Patsy s practice was soon devoted to helping people with IBS IBD and celiac disease As a person with ulcerative colitis and IBS herself Patsy knew first hand how devastating digestive health symptoms could be she knew she had to help get the word out beyond the scope of her own practice Patsy wrote IBS Free at Last her first book in 2008 and it launched in January 2009 The book introduced the FODMAP approach to many thousands of IBS patients dietitians and physicians Over the next few years studies continued to be published gastroenterologists heard about FODMAPs at professional events IBS sufferers around the globe became ever more connected via internet and Patsy began to train other dietitians on the delivery of the diet A second edition of IBS Free at Last was published in 2012 a Spanish language edition in 2013 the Flavor without FODMAPs Cookbook in 2014 and most recently in 2015 IBS Free Recipes for the Whole Family She is the publisher of the FODMAP Practice Kit for RDNs an e book collection of forms and handouts for dietitian delivery of the FODMAP elimination diet Books about IBS FODMAP elimination diets and low FODMAP cooking Patsy lives her motto Learn more about FODMAPs and pass it on In 2013 she traveled to Australia s Monash University to meet the research team tour the FODMAP lab and attend a seminar Later that year she attended the International Celiac Disease Symposium where FODMAPs and non celiac gluten sensitivity were major topics 2014 found her in Portland Oregon at a two day SIBO symposium SIBO stands for small intestine bacterial overgrowth In 2015 she attended the James W Freston Conference on IBS in Chicago and GastroDiet 2015 in Prato Italy Each of these events along with the hundreds of peer reviewed publications she reads each year help her turn her own commitment to life long learning into presentations books tools and social media posts for people with IBS and the health care providers who help them Portland OR What Every RDN Needs to Know About FODMAPs left to right Tina Patnode Kate Scarlata Patsy Catsos and Niki Strealy Since 2012 she has partnered with Kate Scarlata RDN LD to produce a workshop series for dietitians What Every RDN Needs to Know About

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  • Media — IBS—Free at Last!
    RD Needs to Know About FODMAPs Presented with Kate Scarlata RD LDN series of professional education workshops April 2012 present Approved for 6 CPEUs by the Commission on Dietetic Registration CDR Past workshop locations include Manchester NH Laurel MD Bridgeport CT San Francisco CA Arlington Heights IL Portland OR Albany NY San Diego CA Providence RI Edison NJ Philadelphia PA Food Intolerances NCGS FODMAPs Maine Gastroenterology Society Update in GI Summer Conference CME June 2014 Gluten Free and FODMAPs Presented with Marlisa Brown series of professional education workshops November 2013 present CDR approved for 6 CPEs Past locations include Plainview NY White Plains NY and Essex VT Grand Rounds New York Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center Managing Irritable Bowel Syndrome and the FODMAP Diet presented with Julie Khlevner MD March 2014 CDR approved continuing professional education speaker at conferences of Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 90 minute talk July 2014 Connecticut Consulting Dietitians in Health Care Communities four hour workshop 2014 Massachusetts Consulting Dietitians in Health Care Communities four hour workshop 2013 Rhode Island Dietetic Association one hour presentation 2013 New Hampshire Dietetic Association one hour presentation 2012 Connecticut Dietetic Association one hour presentation 2009 Maine Dietetic Association one hour presentation 2009 2012 Vermont Dietetic Association one hour presentation 2009 Dietitian Central Webinars FODMAP and IBS Literacy for Registered Dietitian Nutritionists CDR approved for 1 CPEs by the Commission for Dietetic Registration and Effective Delivery of a FODMAP Elimination Diet for IBS CDR approved for 2 CPEs August 2013 Course available until 2015 American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition ASPEN Webinar Diet Strategies for Irritable Bowel Syndrome Presented with Lori Rowell RD MS Beth Doerfler RD MS Carol Ireton Jones PhD RDN LD CNSC FASPEN Gerard Mullin MD MS CNSP and Laura Matarese PhD RD LDN FADA CNSC Moderated by Shirley Paski MD FRCPC CDR approved for 1 5 CPEs July 2013 State of Now 140You Conference live in New York NY and live streamed via internet Writer Reader Collaboration Ferments IBS Revolution Presented with Lauren Pulver Hosted by Jeff Pulver and Mallika Chopra YouTube Video here International Association of Food and Culinary Professionals annual conference San Francisco The Next Big Things in Nutrition presented with Marlisa Brown MS RD CDE CDN April 2013 Goodbelly s Educational Webinar Learning How to Help Patients and Clients with IBS presented with Jeffrey D Roberts MSEd BSc Founder of IBS Self Help and Support Group and Gunilla Önning Ph D Senior scientist at Probi AB May 16 2012 On Air Interviews Examining the Low FODMAP Diet for Functional Bowel Disorders September 2015 with Kathy King Reach MD September 2015 Patsy Catsos and Lisa Rothstein Talk About IBS Kitchen Essentials Interview with Sabrina Kahn FuelYourselfFabulous tv August 13 2015 Health Talk with Dr Ronald Hoffman 710WOR New York NY June 18 2012 One hour show discussing the FODMAP elimination diet in depth with host Dr Hoffman The Bill Cunningham Show 700WLW Cincinatti OH June 12 2012 Spoke with host Bill Cunningham about

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  • GI Nutrition Inc — IBS—Free at Last!
    Is it for me FODMAPs and other conditions Learn more about FODMAPs Blog Dietitians Find a FODMAP dietitian FODMAP CPE Events Goods and Services About Patsy Catsos Media GI Nutrition Inc Contact Patsy Catsos Disclaimer and Disclosures Free Downloads In English En español Books Books in Print Meet the Authors Search Patsy Catsos President GI Nutrition Inc About Patsy Catsos Media GI Nutrition Inc Contact Patsy Catsos Disclaimer and Disclosures

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