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Gut Health and the Low FODMAP Diet

Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist Selva Wohlgemuth cooks a low FODMAP (also called "low fermentable") dinner including slow simmered bone broth soup with shredded chicken and root veggies over wilted greens, and a pecan berry crisp with coconut whipped cream, while also providing a bounty of nutritional information. All dishes are gluten and dairy free. Following a diet low in FODMAPs (a type of short chain carbohydrates) can have great benefits for people suffering from a wide range of intestinal issues including IBS.

Dates:March 6, 2017 Check for other dates
Meets:M : 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Location:Downtown Co-op Connections Building
Instructor:Selva Wohlgemuth

Notes:Please refrain from wearing strong perfumes and colognes to cooking classes. Thank you!

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