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Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) affects 25- 45 million people in the United States alone. Developed in 2005, the low- FODMAP diet-which helps eliminate specific short-chain carbohydrates (FODMAP) found in common foods, which contribute to painful IBS symptoms-is the go-to lifestyle treatment for IBS and related conditions. The Low FODMAP Diet Step by Step offers an overview of the diet; a basic plan for eliminating troublesome foods; advice on how to stock your pantry; and 135 recipes covering the basics: breakfast, snacks, dinners, baked goods, and more. With sound, up-to-date medical advice and delicious recipes for meals that will satisfy the whole family, whether they are following the diet or not, The Low FODMAP Diet Step by Step offers real-life, holistic solutions to a painful condition.



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Kate Scarlata

Kate Scarlata is a Boston-based registered dietitian and New York Times best selling author with 25 years of digestive health experience. She was awarded Best Dietitian 2016 by Boston Magazine. Kate specializes in digestive health including treatment for: IBS, celiac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) in her private practice in Medway, Massachusetts. Kate is a world-renowned low FODMAP diet expert, and invited speaker at numerous international and national gastrointestinal health conferences from Harvard Medical School to Monash University. Kate's passion is to help advocate for patients with gut disorders by helping them receive the best health outcomes and quality of life. Kate believes in the collaborative care process where the patient is at the central core surrounded by a quality innovative health care team. Ms. Scarlata is the co-author of the New York Times Best Seller, The 21 Day Tummy Diet, The 21 Day Tummy Cookbook, the author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Eating Well with IBS and her most recent book, co-author of The Low FODMAP Diet Step by Step. Kate has been featured in articles by NBC News, USA Today, The Washington Post, Shape Magazine, The Zoe Report, Well Good, The Boston Globe and many more.For low FODMAP recipes & digestive health news go to www.katescarlata.comKeep up with Kate's work on social media! TWITTER: @KateScarlata_RD INSTAGRAM:@katescarlata WEBSITE:www.katescarlata.com



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