When first diagnosed with fructose malabsorption, the lack of knowledge about the disorder can be overwhelming; but there is a lot of information online if you know where to find it.
Excess sugar intake contributes to a whole slew of chronic health conditions — heart disease, osteoporosis and mood disorders to name a few.
Gallbladder disease can mimic other conditions, like IBS and food intolerances, making it difficult to pinpoint the problem.
An elimination diet is the first step in coping with the food intolerance known as fructose malabsorption.
How a person gets diagnosed with fructose malabsorption and what to do next.
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If you have been diagnosed with fructose malabsorption (or intolerance), a change in diet is necessary to reduce your fructose intake.
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