Which foods are low and high in FODMAPs?

Which foods are low and high in FODMAPs?

When starting a low FODMAP diet, it is important to familiarise yourself with the foods that you can eat, the foods to avoid and the foods you can have in moderation.

High FODMAP Foods
FODMAPs are found in a range of different foods including wheat, rye, pulses, various fruit and vegetables, milk, yoghurts, honey and sugar-free mints. Wheat grain and wheat-containing foods contain fructans, a known FODMAP.

What foods are low in FODMAPs?
When starting a low FODMAP diet there are a number of foods that are naturally low in FODMAPs along with some foods which can be eaten in small amounts as their FODMAP content is low.

This pdf gives you an overview of which foods are low FODMAP (safe to eat), those which can be eaten in small quantities, along with high FODMAP foods which should be avoided.

Schär have had a range of their foods tested and certified by Monash University as suitable for those following a low FODMAP diet to help manage their IBS.  The product range includes breads, rolls, pizza bases and breadsticks which are available nationwide in many supermarkets. Read more here.