Low FODMAP Brands, Products, Meal Inspo & Common High FODMAP Triggers

So, you want to try the low FODMAP diet? Are you wondering what’s next? What you can eat? Are you nervous about changing it up or breaking away from your normal? If you are, don’t worry, I was too. But after some research, I was actually surprised how much you CAN have when following the low FODMAP diet. There are so many amazing brands out there with great ingredients that are considered low FODMAP and there are even brands like Fody Foods --- that are specifically designed for this exact diet. If you feel like you are going to be missing out on flavor and variety, I promise you that you will not!


My purpose for this blog post is to share with you my favorite, healthy low FODMAP brands and products and give you some inspiration on meal ideas! I also highlight some common HIGH FODMAP foods that you may want to steer clear of for a couple weeks.


We may be struggling in digestive city, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make the most of it!


If you are looking for a grocery list or what you can have on the low FODMAP diet, check out my Lowdown on Low FODMAP blog post here and if you want to know where you can find some of these products they are all on my Low FODMAP amazon page here




My Favorite Low FODMAP Brands & Products:


Breakfast:

Ancient Harvest quinoa flakes

Barbara’s Bakery peanut butter puffins, cinnamon puffins, brown rice crisps

Go Nana’s banana bread (code: NICOLETTE10)

Harmless Harvest coconut yogurt

Karen Berrios cacao nibs, chia seeds & other superfoods (code: NIKKI20)

One degree Organics brown rice crisps or cocoa crisps cereal

Purely Elizabeth Granola and Oats

Seven Sundays Cereal (these do include dates in the ingredients and if you are sensitive to dates then avoid)


Bread:

Canyon Bakehouse Gluten free white bread

Ezekiel Bread


Lunch/Dinner Fav’s:

Whole Foods Organic Chicken Bone Broth

Fody Foods Products (pasta sauces, marinades, condiments, etc)

Siete Foods tortillas, hard taco shells, sea salt chips

Jovial brown rice or cassava pasta

Safe Catch Tuna

Tonnino Tuna

Lotus Foods rice and pad thai noodles


Snacks:

Mary’s Gone Crackers

Gomacro bars

88 acres bars

Fody foods bars

Fody foods salsa

Lundberg rice cakes


Condiments/sauces:

Fody foods

Rao’s sensitive marinara

Sir Kensington’s spicy brown mustard


Mylks:

Malk

Elmhurst

Thai Kitchen Coconut Milk


Nut butters:

Georgia Grinders (Code: Nicolettemarie)

Wild Friends

Sunbutter

Fix and Fogg (Code: NIKKI10)

Granola Butter

Ground up (Code: Nicolettemarie)


Chocolate:

Hu Kitchen (NIKKIJ)

Jojo’s (code: NIKKI10)

Evolved

Enjoy life

Joya (Code: NIKKIJOY)



Proteins:

Four Sigmatic

Livwell Nutrition

Nuzest (code: nikki15)

Silver Fern Brand (code: nikki15)

22days

Sprout Living (code: nicolettemarie)

Brown rice protein (make sure there are no gums or unfriendly additives)


Favorite meal inspo:


You can find the recipe to these in my Recipe Index or on my Instagram page


Blended Chia Seed Pudding

Low FODMAP Smoothies

Low FODMAP donuts, waffles, muffins, pancakes

Gluten free toast with peanut butter and half a green banana

Gluten free toast with avocado and eggs

Spinach & oyster mushroom omelette

Low FODMAP chicken noodle soup

Low FODMAP turkey tacos

Chicken or Salmon, quinoa, steamed green beans (15 green beans is considered low FODMAP)

Chicken or Salmon, sweet potatoes, roasted carrots or parsnips

Brown rice pasta and low FODMAP marinara

Sushi


Common High FODMAP Foods:

Apples

Asparagus

Artichokes

Beans & legumes

Brussel sprouts

Cashews

Cauliflower

Cherries

Chickpeas

Dairy products

Dates

Dried fruit

Fruit juice!

Garlic

Honey

Mango

Mushrooms (besides oyster)

Onion

Pears

Peaches

Plums

Prunes

Watermelon

Wheat products


Common High FODMAP Sweeteners:

Agave

Fructose

High fructose corn syrup

Honey

Isomalt

Maltitol

Mannitol

Molasses

Sorbitol

Xylitol

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