If you have to live with IBS, it is best to surround yourself with support. We hope to be a primary source of education, inspiration and usable information – like recipes – and ways to work directly with RDNs skilled in low FODMAP diet support. This page offers you additional means of support and we highly recommend that you take advantage of what these folks and companies have to offer.
Monash University developed the low FODMAP diet. You can read about the diet from their perspective as well as find links to their smartphone apps (iPhone and Android), which we highly recommend linked below. They are constantly adding new information and this is the best place to keep up to date with their FODMAP team, who are on the cutting edge of emerging FODMAP science.
Monash has launched an entire website as a FODMAP Resource- known as the Knowledge Hub. If you are a medical practitioner or IBS sufferer this is where you will find the answers to your questions about the diet and FODMAP’s in general.
Monash University Low FODMAP Certification of Recipes
Upon launch, we have over 50 recipes that have gone through their Monash University Recipe Certification Program, which gives you an added layer of confidence when preparing low FODMAP recipes as they have been reviewed by the originators. We are the first to offer free Monash Certified Recipes and will continue to add more and more in the future.
Monash University Low FODMAP App
A smartphone application (both iPhone and Android) has been created by Monash University which provides accurate information about foods that trigger IBS reactions in order to help sufferers manage their symptoms. We believe this to be one of the most important tools for any Low FODMAP diet follower. It not only provides easy to navigate and understand food lists – it has guidance about the diet, recipes and more. We use our app many times a day. You can find it here.
Monash App Guide- Print Version
Monash University Low FODMAP Booklet
If you don’t have a smartphone or you just prefer your information on paper you can order a booklet from Monash University that presents all of the smartphone app information in print form. Order Here.
FODMAP Everyday Reference & Shopping List
We have also created a simple list based on Monash University information – but without measurements – for your convenience that you can print out and keep handy. We will update this monthly.
Please refer to the Monash University smartphone app or their printed booklet for serving size information. Some foods are only low FODMAP in very small amounts such as 1-teaspoon or 1 slice, so it is vital that you use this list in conjunction with a Monash University reference.
Other Well Respected Sources of Low FODMAP Diet Information
- Kate Scarlata – Kate Scarlata, RDN is one of the foremost authorities on the Low FODMAP diet here in the U.S. She is not only a RDN but also follows the diet herself! She co-authored the book The Low FODMAP Diet Step by Step with FODMAP Everyday’s co-founder, Dédé Wilson.
- A Little Bit Yummy – Alana Scott and her team of dietitians were some of the earliest promoters of the diet and offer a wealth of information on their site – with recipes and meal plans. Together with FODMAP Everyday® you should never run out of great options for creating delicious meals – and having your Low FODMAP diet questions answered.
- Patsy Catsos – Patsy Catsos, MS, RDN, LD is a medical nutrition therapist, FODMAP expert, and author who is a highly respected Low FODMAP expert with a wealth of reliable information on her site.
- Everyday Nutrition– Joanna Baker, APD, AN, RN and Marnie Nitschke, APD, AN provide both services and support one on one and online- they are both highly skilled and experienced in the low FODMAP diet- and are super nice! Based in Australia.
- Stephanie Clairmont – Stephanie Clairmont, RD is based out of Canada and offers support programs for the various phases of the diet.
GET GREAT NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT FROM A REGISTERED DIETITIAN
If you are looking for a registered dietitian to help guide and support your efforts (which you should!!!) we suggest you work with one who has experience in the low FODMAP diet.
FODMAP Everyday® RDN Resource Listing Pages
We’ve invited RDNs who have Low FODMAP related services available to offer their information here. Please note that this is an informational service only and is not a promotion nor recommendation for an individual provider. We encourage you to request references from any professional medical provider you engage with.
Alphabetical by State/International: (just click on the links below for a viewable/printable PDF)
For Registered Dietitians
If you are a registered dietitian who has services in support of individuals following the Low FODMAP diet and would like to be included in this list please send your information to us through our RDN RESOURCE LIST SIGN UP page.
If you are seeking additional education in the low FODMAP diet please visit Monash University’s FODMAP Knowledge Hub- where you will find access to their online training program.