► What fruit juices can I drink?

29 April, 2021

Few fruit juices have been tested by the Monash University. However, it seems logical to think that the juices of fruits and vegetables which are high in FODMAPs should be banned. This means avoiding juices containing apples, pineapples, beetroots, celery… Also beware of other ingredients that may end up in these juices. On the other hand, nothing prevents you from making a good fresh orange juice at home. Why not mix it together with carrot juice and ginger. A glass of cranberry juice (200ml) is also a good option. Few fruit juices have been tested by the Monash University. However, it seems logical to think that the juices of fruits and vegetables which are high in FODMAPs should be banned. This means avoiding juices containing apples, pineapples, beetroots, celery… Also beware of other ingredients that may end up in these juices. On the other hand, nothing prevents you from making a good fresh orange juice at home. Why not mix it together with carrot juice and ginger. A glass of cranberry juice (200ml) is also a good option.

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