Firstly, fructose malabsorption is one component of the FODMAP diet. Those that require fructose restriction, almost always require restriction of other FODMAP carbohydrates. In the end most patients require an individualised form of the low FODMAP diet. During your consultation, the dietitian will examine your usual diet, symptom type and frequency, suspected food triggers to determine the level of FODMAP restriction required. They will then educate you on a low FODMAP diet, with rechallenges to be undertaken after 2-4 weeks to learn how to relax the diet long term whilst still controlling your symptoms.