ARE YOU ON A LOW FODMAP DIET OR INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT IT? THIS COMPREHENSIVE TOOLKIT IS ALL YOU NEED TO EDUCATE YOURSELF ON THE BASICS, AND MORE! Start with the FODMAP Elimination Diet and progress through Reintroduction and Personalization.
Includes 28 information-packed printable pages:
- FODMAP Elimination Diet: this simple Low FODMAP handout includes diet basics, websites, and resources.
- FODMAP Reintroduction: Once the FODMAP Elimination Diet is complete, it’s time for FODMAP Reintroduction! This handout includes guidelines, tips, and a suggested list of specific foods to reintroduce and how to do it.
- Expanding FODMAP Reintroductions: After completing the single FODMAP reintroductions, you can expand your diet by adding other FODMAPs from the groups you tolerate. This chart will help guide you!
- FODMAP Enzymes: Once FODMAP elimination and reintroduction are complete, it’s time for personalization. What if you don’t tolerate onions, honey, asparagus, or your other favorite FODMAP-containing foods? I recommend trying a FODMAP Enzyme for those problematic FODMAP subgroups.
- Low FODMAP Brand Name Foods: This handout includes pictures of over 170 commonly used Low FODMAP packaged foods, many of which are available in stores across the country, your local supermarket, or online. (This is a favorite of my patients!)
- Low FODMAP Pantry Choices: This handout is intended to be used in conjunction with the Monash University Low FODMAP app to help you choose the right types and quantities of foods, especially while on the FODMAP Elimination diet. You will want to print out this quick reference guide and hang on the refrigerator.
- Common Foods that Contain FODMAPS: You just finished the FODMAP Reintroduction. You now know what FODMAP subtypes are likely to cause digestive symptoms. What other foods might be in that same group? Use this two page visual guide that shows common foods that contain single FODMAPS and which foods contain multiple FODMAPS. Foods are listed by category.
- Low FODMAP Boosting Breakfast Protein: Help boost your morning protein while on a Low FODMAP diet!
- Low FODMAP Travel Guide: Are you worried about eating a Low FODMAP diet while traveling? Eating on vacation doesn’t have to be stressful. These snack & meal ideas and other tips & tricks will help!
- Low FODMAP Fueling for Exercise: This handout includes Low FODMAP fueling for all types of athletes- from recreational to elite. Great for runners, cyclists, swimmers, climbers, and hikers.
- Low FODMAP Dorm: You know following a Low FODMAP Diet is challenging. Following a Low FODMAP Diet while living in a college dorm? It’s really difficult!! College students can use this handout to follow the Low FODMAP diet; includes links to recipes, dorm snacks/staples, and must-have appliances.
- GI Journal– BONUS! You can use this printable weekly food journal to track gastrointestinal issues and food intake.
- Tips for Acute Diarrhea Low FODMAP– BONUS! Diarrhea happens… and for those with IBS, the old fashioned BRATT (Bananas Rice Applesauce Toast Tea) diet isn’t a great option, as most of those contain FODMAPs. This resource will give you other recommendations.
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