What Is The Low FODMAP Diet?
Would you like a simple 2 page handout that you can share with your friends, family or clients? Or just to print out and have for yourself?
FODMAP Everyday Reference & General Shopping List
We have created a simple list based on Monash University information – but without measurements – for your convenience that you can print out and keep handy. Updates will occur as needed.
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. We HIGHLY recommend you download the Monash App and keep it updated.
We have two options – a full-color version and a black and white version. You can download them for free here:
“The Low FODMAP Supermarket Shopping List Series”
We are starting a series of shopping lists we’ve curated from some of your favorite supermarkets and online food purveyors, starting with the United States, and then expanding globally. As our Success Team grows to include more low FODMAP experienced RDNs around world we will keep adding new shopping lists curated by our team. Please be sure to read the full article here.
Links to Individual Shopping List Posts
(as we develop them more links will be added)
Handy Card for Waiters and Kitchen Staff
To help make it a bit easier to communicate to your waiter and the restaurant kitchen staff about your dietary restrictions you can download and print out this card – using both or just the AVOID side of the card. We suggest either making a few you can give out as you dine out – or one you laminate and keep in your wallet or purse and hand to the waiter as they ensure your meal is safe to eat. These cards are 3″ x 4″. The size of a standard index card. We suggest printing to card stock.
Just click on the image to download the PDF to your computer for printing.