FODMAP Diet: High-FODMAP and low-FODMAP foods for irritable bowel syndrome

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

By adopting a Low-FODMAP (Oligo-, Di-, and Mono-saccharides, and fermentible polyols) Diet, patients suffereing from Irritable bowel Syndrome avoid high-FODMAP foods which can cause bloating, diarrhea, constipation, and cramps.

During the first phase, the Low-FODMAP Diet eliminates foods that contain high quantities of the following sugars:

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  • Oligosaccharides (ex: fructanes and galactanes)
  • Disaccharides (ex: lactose)
  • Monosaccharides (ex: glucose, fructose)
  • Polyols (ex: sorbitol, mannitol, maltitol, xylitol and isomalt)

To be sure to avoid foods that cause symptoms while eating a variety of foods, download the lists of high-FODMAP and low-FODMAP foods

List of Low-FODMAP Foods and high-FODMAP Foods

FODMAP content lists

Download the list of high-FODMAP and low-FODMAP foods

Low-FODMAP Meal Plan

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