Welcome to Week 3 of your low FODMAP journey
Let's take a look at what's coming up this week
Congratulations on making it to Week Three of our Low FODMAP programme. How are you getting along? We hope you've started to see an improvement in your symptoms.
What happens now?
For the next two weeks you’ll be continuing with FODMAP elimination. This means combining Field Doctor meals with your own low FODMAP options, or making all your meals and snacks low FODMAP.
Remember that it can take up to 4 weeks to achieve the greatest symptom improvement. Keep tracking any changes in your symptoms or your well-being via your journal.
What Else Is Coming Up?
Over the last few weeks, we’ve looked at different dietary factors (both FODMAP and non-FODMAP) that can trigger IBS symptoms.
From this week onwards, we’re going to be looking at other lifestyle factors that can play a role in IBS management.
Lifestyle factors are day-to-day behaviours that influence our wellbeing and health. They include exercise, sleep habits, relaxation and stress management, and they’re usually things we can change.
This week, we'll be looking at the relationship between exercise and IBS. Physical activity can play a role in managing symptoms - but the key is the intensity and dose. Get ready for valuable insights, practical tips, and a few surprises about how staying active can support your IBS journey.
Reach Out if You Have Questions
Remember, you're not alone in this programme. We're here to support you, answer any questions and listen to your feedback. You can message us at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our team will get back to you.