Course description

Embark on a journey towards digestive wellness and improved quality of life with our FODMAP Diet online course. Designed for individuals struggling with symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or other digestive disorders, this comprehensive program offers a deep dive into the world of FODMAPs – fermentable carbohydrates that can contribute to gastrointestinal discomfort.

Throughout this course, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of FODMAPs, learning how these poorly absorbed sugars can ferment in the gut, leading to symptoms such as bloating, gas, abdominal pain, and altered bowel habits. Led by experienced nutritionists and gastrointestinal specialists, you'll explore the science behind the FODMAP diet, uncovering the principles of low-FODMAP eating and its potential benefits for managing digestive symptoms.

From learning how to identify high and low-FODMAP foods to implementing practical strategies for meal planning, grocery shopping, and dining out, each module is carefully curated to provide you with the knowledge and tools needed to navigate the FODMAP diet with confidence. Through interactive lessons, meal plans, and recipe ideas, you'll learn how to create delicious and satisfying meals that support your digestive health and promote overall well-being.

Join our supportive community of like-minded individuals, engage in discussions with fellow participants, and receive personalized guidance from our expert instructors as you embark on this journey towards digestive wellness. Whether you're seeking relief from chronic digestive discomfort, aiming to better understand your body's unique needs, or simply eager to reclaim your comfort and confidence in eating, our FODMAP Diet online course offers the knowledge, support, and practical strategies you need to thrive.

What will i learn?

  • What are FODMAPs and their sources?
  • What happens when you eat them?
  • Low-FODMAP diet
  • How does the low FODMAP diet work?
  • Benefits of a low FODMAP diet
  • Effectiveness and risks
  • Foods high in FODMAPs
  • Foods that can be eaten on a low FODMAP diet
  • Summary
  • Quiz & Certificate


  • Open for all

Frequently asked question

Open for all

Nutritionist Tasnima Haque

BSc in Nutrition and Food Engineering (DIU), MPH (AIUB), PhD (DU-Continue)







Skill level


Expiry period

12 Months



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