FODMAP Module 06: Reviewing Your Patient | Implementing phase 2 - Challenge/Reintroduction Phase
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Reviewing Your Patient | Implementing phase 2 - Challenge/Reintroduction Phase
Kirsten Jackson, RD
- Troubleshoot the low FODMAP diet if your patient is not experiencing symptom relief.
- Demonstrate understanding of “FODMAP stacking”, the combination of FODMAP containing foods.
- Identify the non FODMAP triggers – stress, fat, fibre, caffeine, capsaicin, carbonated drinks, meal size.
- Identify when is appropriate for a patient to stop the low FODMAP diet.
- Discuss rationale behind challenging FODMAPs including identifying triggers, nutritional adequacy, maintaining a diverse gut microbiome and social reasons.
- Implement different challenge schedules and approaches to the challenge phase.
- Identify appropriate challenge foods for each FODMAP group.
- Demonstrate understanding of the “wash out” period.
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