Well, you can’t tell by looking! Foods have to be tested in the lab and there are surprising results. For instance, blueberries, raspberries and strawberries are all low FODMAP but blackberries are higher in FODMAPs according to Monash University. So we all have to rely on scientists to help us out. You can check out our comprehensive list of low FODMAP foods, and we do update it monthly. For a digital version we recommend downloading the Monash University Low FODMAP Diet™App and the FODMAP Friendly smartphone app, which are available for both iPhones and Android. They keep testing new foods and adding them all the time.
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