Fructose Resources

I thought it would be helpful to create a Fructose Malabsorption Resource page that you can come to for all the best Fructose Resource around the web.

As I discover more interesting and helpful resources, I’ll add them along the way. Enjoy!

 

Best Fructose Malabsorption Books

fructose books low fod map

Fructose Malabsorption Food Lists Search Engines/Apps

  • The Farting Pear: A web based search engine that provides ratings of foods for levels of fructose. This site provides a really helpful guide to what foods you can eat, based upon comments and ratings of other fructose sufferers. (Update: website has closed down)
  • Monash University (Melbourne Australia): the leading fructose malabsorption research occurs at Monash Uni and they have provided a table with the foods that are HIGH in FODMAPS and suggested alternative LOW fodmap foods. 

 

Fructose Academic Research

  • Clinical Ramifications of Malabsorption of Fructose and Other Short-chain Carbohydrates:
  • Sugar Profiles of Maple Syrup: This study took a look at the varying degrees of fructose/glucose ratio found in different brand varieties of Maple Syrup. The study suggests that the notion that the glucose/fructose ratio is close to equal may not be true for every grade of syrup.
  • The importance of methane breathe testing: Hydrogen breath testing is the well established test for assessing the malabsorption of sugars in the small intestines. However, a group of patients have shown to have all the fructose malabsorption symptoms, yet record a negative reading on the hydrogen test. To improve the diagnoses of fructose malabsorption, patients should be subjected to hydrogen and methane breath tests. 

 

Fructose Malabsorption in the Media

 

 

 

Please comment below with any other good fructose malabsorption resources that you think should be added to the list. 

 

 

 

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Do you know where I can find information on the medical consequences if the FODMAP diet is not followed when one is diagnosed with Fructose Malabsorption? Thank you!

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