This product is likely high FODMAP at 1 serving. Tap an ingredient to learn more.
Wheat and wheat flour do not have a known low FODMAP serving size. However, small portions of many wheat-based foods (bread, cereal, pasta etc.) do have a low FODMAP portion (check the Monash app for more details). While we recommend limiting wheat during the elimination phase, you may want to consider testing your tolerance with a small portion when symptoms are well managed.
Cow's milk, regardless of fat content, is high FODMAP, unless the packaging states that it is lactose free or you see "lactase enzyme" listed as another ingredient.
Whey is the liquid by-product of cheese-making. FODMAP levels of whey and whey-based products depend on the amount of lactose left over from processing and whether lactase enzyme has been added to break it down. Unless marked as low FODMAP or lactose free, we recommend limiting whey-based products during the elimination phase.
High fructose corn syrup combines fructose-enriched syrup with dextrose syrup. It is high FODMAP at a normal serving size.
Cocoa (or cacao) can be high or low FODMAP depending on serving size. Check the Monash app for more details. Cocoa used to flavor a food or beverage can be considered low FODMAP, since it is present in smaller quantities.
Natural flavors in savory foods, especially those containing meat, fish or poultry, may contain high FODMAP ingredients like garlic or onion. Natural flavors in other foods are probably low FODMAP. Natural flavors present in quantities less than 2% of the total product are unlikely to cause IBS symptoms.
Soy flour is made from ground soybeans and can be high or low FODMAP depending on serving size.
When enriched flour is on an ingredient list, we assume it is made from wheat. The Low FODMAP Diet is not a wheat or gluten-free diet, but wheat should be limited during the elimination phase. Check the Monash app for more details.
Chocolate often contains lactose, which makes it high or low FODMAP depending on serving size. Check the Monash app for more details. Dark chocolate, however, contains less lactose and is low FODMAP at a normal serve.
*Based on US Low FODMAP rules.
Sugar, Enriched Bleached Flour (wheat Flour, Niacin, Ferrous Sulfate, Thiamin Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid), Water, Palm Oil, Dextrose, Cocoa (processed With Alkali), Corn Syrup Solids, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Chocolate Drops (sugar, Chocolate Liquor, Cocoa Butter, Soy Lecithin Added As An Emulsifier And Vanillin (an Artificial Flavor), Milk),wheat Starch, Sodium Silicoaluminate, Natural And Artificial Flavor (contains Milk, Sulfites), Salt, Vegetable Shortening (partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil), Propylene Glycol, Soy Lecithin, Titanium Dioxide, Sodium Bicarbonate, Soybean Oil, Acidic Sodium Aluminum Phosphate With Aluminum Sulfate, Modified Corn Starch, Whey (milk), Soy Flour.