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The Dietitian’s List of Low FODMAP Protein Bars

For people with IBS, the protein aisle can be pretty intimidating. There are certainly no shortage of bars to choose from, but finding one that has the right taste, texture, and complies with the low FODMAP diet can be tricky. To make matters worse, most bars have tons of ingredients and additives, making label reading […]

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Low FODMAP Sports Drinks, Gels, Hydration Powders, Electrolytes & More

As a dietitian and athlete, I have dabbled in sports nutrition and personally participated in several half marathons, triathlons, and long distance road biking events over the years. Due to my IBS diagnosis, I have to be more selective on which products I reach for as I don’t want to be dealing with an IBS […]

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Is Soy Low FODMAP? IBS Shopper’s Guide to Soy-Based Products

Native to Asia, soy is a popular legume that has been a traditional food staple for thousands of years. The humble soybean plays a huge role in today’s food production and is considered a miracle crop due to its amazing versatility. Soy can be low, moderate, or high FODMAP depending on bean maturity, serving size, […]

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Low FODMAP Updates

Search & Discover Products by Grocery Store

Ever wonder which stores carry your favorite Fody products? Or where you might find your next favorite low FODMAP yogurt? In the latest app update, we’ve given you the ability to filter, search, and look up products by grocery store! Filter by Store From the Discover tab, tap the funnel icon to see a list […]

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Is Corn Low FODMAP? IBS Shopper’s Guide to Corn-Based Products

Let’s talk about corn. There is often confusion regarding this very common food and where it falls on the FODMAP scale. Corn is one of those tricky foods – fresh corn can easily be high FODMAP in moderate portions, while many processed corn-based products such as corn tortillas, corn chips, corn flakes, cornmeal, and popcorn are […]