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Monosaccharides and Fructose | FODMAPs

How do monosaccharides affect us?

The 'M' in FODMAP stands for Monosaccharides. These are simple sugars such as Fructose, which is commonly found in fruit and could be exacerbating your IBS symptoms. Our expert Ali explains what fructose is and how it affects IBS.

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