At this time the low-FODMAP diet (fermentable oligo-di and monosaccharides and polyols) is regarded being essentially the most helpful diet for patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and other digestive disorders. Reducing FODMAP intake by consuming low-FODMAP foods and avoiding high-FODMAP foods may lend a hand to keep an eye on or get rid of symptoms associated with these digestive diseases and may result in a more comfortable belly. The countless selection of books at the low-FODMAP diet serves as an indirect measure of the successfulness of the diet. For a varied and balanced low-FODMAP diet it’s helpful to have information at the FODMAP rating for more than 50 foods. The FODMAP Navigator offers charts with FODMAP ratings for more than 500 foods, food additives and prebiotics. This FODMAP Navigator is a wonderful chart book for everybody intending to go on or already conducting a low-FODMAP diet.