Thank you for visiting FODMAP Essentials. Here you’ll find data on the FODMAP content of popular foods. If you’re tired of being told to just buy the app, you’ve come to the right place.
Hi! I’m Amanda! I like food and suffer from digestive issues. And if you’re reading this, I’m guessing you do too.
I started FODMAP Essentials to document what I’m learning as I adapt to a low FODMAP lifestyle. When I went low FODMAP, there’s one thing I knew for sure: I didn’t want to rely on an app to tell me what to eat. So, I decided to research foods on my own.
My goal is to make FODMAP Essentials the web’s most helpful resource for low FODMAPers. You can check out the about page to learn more about me and my anti-app philosophy.
Latest Blog Posts
Grapes aren’t low FODMAP, so raisins shouldn’t be low FODMAP either, right? Well, check out this post to find out.
Many popular juices are high FODMAP. Some less popular juices are (likely) low FODMAP. And orange juice? Well, it depends.
Bright, cheery lemons are lovely, but are lemons low FODMAP? If, like me, you love lemon, I’ve got good news for you.
If you can stand the acidity and tartness, grapefruit may be a good addition to a low FODMAP diet. But there’s some controversy here, too.
Are grapes low FODMAP? It depends on who you ask. But if you ask me, the answer is no. Learn why here.
Kiwi. They’re fuzzy and fruity, but are they low fructose? In this post, we’ll look at three ways to measure fructose in kiwi.