Say Bye to Abdominal Pain with the Low FODMAP Diet

The real solution for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

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How can a low-FODMAP diet help me find relief?

FODMAPs are carbohydrates that are partially digested and absorbed in the gut. This causes cramps and bloating in people suffering from IBS. The Low FODMAP diet* consists of a short elimination phase of these carbohydrates, followed by a reintroduction phase to identify which FODMAPs are causing the problem, and a long-term maintenance phase when only problematic foods are eliminated.


Goodbye cramps, gas, and bloating

Intestinal Tract:

No more diarrhea and constipation

Nutritional needs:

Even if multiple foods are eliminated

"Research shows that a Low FODMAP diet* works in 75% of cases to considerably diminish symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome."

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Our Low FODMAP programs are effective and simple to integrate into your daily routine. We give you the information, tools, and support necessary to solve your digestive problems.

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Our Premium package gives you all the tools to put the low-FODMAP diet into practice:

  • Varied and balanced weekly meal plans
    • 100% personalised according to your allergies and preferences (ex: nut-free and non-alcoholic)
    • for 1, 2, 3 or 4 people
    • based on the Mediterranean diet and taking advantage of fresh seasonal produce
  • 100% personalised according to your allergies and preferences (ex: nut-free and non-alcoholic)
  • for 1, 2, 3 or 4 people
  • based on the Mediterranean diet and taking advantage of fresh seasonal produce
  • for elimination, reintroduction, and maintenance phases
  • Exclusive access to our “Happy Belly” Facebook group
  • A matching grocery list
  • An Action Plan to minimise time spent in the kitchen
  • Over 500 recipes: Fast, satisfying, and delicious

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Our VIP plan consists of 100% personalised nutritional assistance to put our Low-FODMAP Meal Plans into practice at your own pace:

  • An initial evaluation consultation with your personal dietitian
  • Two follow-up consultations
  • Three months of direct support by email/chat
  • Three months access to our SOSCuisine PREMIUM servicePREMIUM service
  • Receipt for reimbursement from your private insurance group

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Our eBook provides the foundation for understanding the Low FODMAP diet and implementing it properly:

  • The science behind the method explained simply and thoroughly
  • 3 weeks of complete meal plans for the elimination phase
  • 100 Low FODMAP recipes: Fast, easy, and delicious
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Why have 350 000 people already chosen SOSCuisine?

No matter which program you choose, you benefit from:

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A Specialised Team

Our meals are created by registered dietitians experienced with the Low FODMAP diet.

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A Hands-On Solution

Get everything you need: menus, grocery lists, action plans and tips.

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Delicious Recipes

Over 500 recipes low-FODMAP: Fast, easy, and delicious.

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You Aren't Alone

Our exclusive Facebook group for Low-FODMAP Meal Plans subscribers is the perfect place to find motivation.

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My symptoms started to go away in the 1st week

" The menus work great for me. They’re easy to follow because I have my grocery list and fast, simple recipes. The whole family loves it. My cramps started to go away in the first week. If I don’t cheat, I feel great! Thanks for starting this! "

- Andréanne L., Toronto, Canada
Subscribed to the Low-FODMAP Meal Plans

SOSCuisine is recommended by:

Médecins francophones du Canada
Société gastro-intestinale
Fondation québécoise de la maladie coeliaque
Gail Attara, Gastro Intestinal Society

"Nutrition plays an important role in maintaining the health of the gastrointestinal tract, and the resources available on can be very useful in this regard."

Gail Attara
Co-founder and President of the Gastrointestinal Society

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We have so much confidence in its effectiveness, that we’ll reimburse you in the first 7 days if you aren’t entirely satisfied!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who invented the Low FODMAP diet?

The diet was developed by two Australian researchers, Peter Gibson, Gastroenterologist, and Sue Shepherd, Registered Dietitian, from Monash University in Melbourne. Their first publication was in 2005. Since then, scientific data on the effectiveness of the diet has accumulated, leading to more and more gastroenterologists and dietitians around the world prescribing it successfully.

In March 2015, researchers from the University of Michigan published the results of their analysis of 139 studies on IBS in the Journal of the American Medical Association, concluding that there was enough evidence to confirm that a Low FODMAP diet is effective in diminishing symptoms considerably in 75% of cases:
Chey, W. D., Kurlander, J., & Eswaran, S. (2015). Irritable Bowel Syndrome – A Clinical Review. Journal of the American Medical Association, 313(9), 949.

What does FODMAP mean?

The FODMAP acronym stands for:

F = Fermentable; O = Oligosaccharides; D = Disaccharides; M = Monosaccharides; A = And; P = Polyols

These are carbohydrates that ferment in the gut

Why is a Low FODMAP diet recommended for people suffering from IBS?

In people suffering from IBS, certain FODMAPs are only partially digested and absorbed. This leads to distension of the intestine and the production of gas, which creates pain, cramps, and flatulence. To ease these symptoms, it’s recommended to limit the intake of fermentable carbohydrates, i.e. FODMAPs.

Is the Low FODMAP diet appropriate for me?

It all depends on your health condition! The FODMAP diet is ideal for you if you meet the following criteria:

  • You have one or more of the following symptoms: intestinal gas, bloating, pain in the abdomen, diarrhea and/or constipation
  • You have not been able to solve these symptoms with simple changes to your lifestyle (eat more fiber, drink more fluids, exercise, manage stress, sleep more, etc.)
  • You consulted your doctor and he/she diagnosed IBS after excluding all other possible causes for your symptoms
  • Your doctor or dietitian recommended the Low FODMAP diet to get rid of your IBS-related symptoms

What foods should I avoid?

See a list of the main High-FODMAP foods. Remember that several other foods do contain medium amounts of FODMAPs and should be limited to avoid problems. This is exactly what our Low FODMAP meal plans do for you.

What foods can I eat ?

What is the difference between your program and the information that I can find on the internet or in books about the Low FODMAP diet?

Because of the number of foods to eliminate or limit, following a Low FODMAP diet without help can be a real challenge! That’s why SOSCuisine has created these smart Low FODMAP meal plans. By following this program, it becomes much easier to integrate Low FODMAP foods into your regular routine. Additionally, the meal plans ensure that you eat the right foods to reduce your symptoms while maximising variety and meeting your nutritional needs. Our team has already done the work for you!

Do I have to buy specific foods to follow this program?

Absolutely not! Our meal plans are made with common ingredients that you can easily find in supermarkets, all-natural or organic grocery stores, or at your local grocers and markets.

If I have questions, will your team be available to answer?

Of course! We want you to reduce your symptoms and we’re here to help. As a subscriber to our Low FODMAP program, you’ll have access to our private forum moderated by our team. You can ask your questions and our dietitians will respond. If you need more complete support, we offer the VIP dietitian service which includes, among other things, 3 one-on-one consultations with a dietitian.

What’s the difference between a ‘Low FODMAP’ diet and ‘gluten-free’ diet?

A gluten-free diet is indicated for people who suffer from Celiac Disease. They have to eliminate gluten from their diet. Gluten is a protein in many grains and it’s why these people have to avoid wheat, rye, barley, etc. On the Low FODMAP diet, wheat, barley, and rye also have to be eliminated, but due to their fructan content, not gluten. Furthermore, the Low FODMAP diet also limits the consumption of other types of carbohydrates (lactose, polyols, etc.) that are not limited on the gluten-free diet.

Why does the subscription last a year?

It takes 12 weeks on average to complete the first two phases of the program, those being the elimination phase and the FODMAP reintroduction phase. At that time, you will know which FODMAPs are problematic for you and cause your symptoms. Following that, you can choose any of the meal plans we offer (ex: pregnancy, breastfeeding, vegetarian, etc.) by simply indicating which FODMAP needs to be excluded from your diet. This way, you benefit from the most variety and get the pleasure of eating good food, worry-free. And, what’s most important, it allows you to integrate great new eating habits into your routine!

Are SOSCuisine Meal Plans reliable?

Our "Low FODMAP" Meal Plans fully comply with all recommendations from the following bodies:

  1. Chey, W. D., Kurlander, J., & Eswaran, S. (2015). Irritable Bowel Syndrome – A Clinical Review. Journal of the American Medical Association, 313(9), 949.
  2. Gibson, P. R. and Shepherd, S. J. (2010), Evidence-based dietary management of functional gastrointestinal symptoms: The FODMAP approach. Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 25: 252–258. retrieved from
  3. Monash University. (2015). The Monash University Low FODMAP Diet (Version 1.4) [Mobile application software]. Retrieved from
  4. Shepherd, S. & Gibson, P. (2013). The Complete Low-FODMAP Diet. Australia : The Experiment.
  5. PEN Nutrition, Gastrointestinal System-Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Key Practice Points, consulté le 13 mars 2015 (en anglais)
  6. Santé Canada, Bien manger avec le Guide alimentaire canadien, mars 2015 

The nutritional data is from the Canadian Nutrient File, and completed by the French food composition table Ciqual (France), the USDA Food Composition Database (USA), and the Fineli base (Finland).

IMPORTANT: The information provided on this website does not replace a medical consultation and is not intended for self diagnosis. We recommend that you seek the advice of your doctor or healthcare professional before undertaking a change to your diet or lifestyle. See Terms & Conditions.