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10 Low FODMAP products that will change your life!

This article was written in conjunction with Estelle Kearney, Specialist Gut Health Dietitian. You can find more tips and IBS-friendly recipes on her Instagram page.


1. Fody’s infused extra virgin olive oils

If you’re eliminating onion and garlic whilst following a low FODMAP diet, it doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on the taste! Fody’s garlic-infused and shallot-infused olive oils are packed full of flavor but remain low FODMAP. Fody’s also produce a range of delicious low-FODMAP, gluten-free, and other free-from sauces that are a must-try!

2. Massel’s stock cubes

These stock cubes are definitely a cupboard staple - they are made from natural ingredients and are FODMAP-friendly. You can use the stock cubes as a base for many dishes and soups, adding lots of flavor without the FODMAPs! They are also gluten-free and vegan-friendly (even the chicken and beef flavors).

3. Bay’s Kitchen soups and sauces

The range of soups and sauces from Bay’s Kitchen are low FODMAP, and vegan friendly. Their sauces and flavorings are a lifesaver on the low FODMAP diet, especially if you are intolerant to fructans - as they are made without onion and garlic.

4. Orgran Pasta Range

The Orgran pasta range is a must-try on a low FODMAP diet. All Orgran products are gluten-free, plant-based, and free from major allergens. Their pastas are made from naturally gluten-free grains such as buckwheat, quinoa, and rice - meaning that you can’t even tell that they are free from anything!

5. Dove’s Farm flour

Dove’s Farm has produced a range of free-from flours, including their buckwheat flour which is a naturally gluten-free grain. An essential for making your own delicious pancakes, bread, and pizza bases on a low FODMAP diet.

6. Yeo Valley Lactose-Free Natural Yogurt

Yeo Valley has produced a lactose-free yogurt that does not contain any other flavorings or additives, making it perfect for the low FODMAP diet. The product also includes the addition of lactase enzyme, which helps to digest any leftover lactose. Yogurt is also a great source of protein and calcium, helping to support a healthy, balanced diet.

7. Spelt Sourdough

Spelt sourdough is an absolute must if you’re following a low-FODMAP diet! Traditional sourdough processing techniques involve fermentation, which reduces FODMAP content and makes it easier to digest than other bread. Fermented foods are also rich in probiotics, which are beneficial for our overall gut health.

8. Fodilicious

If you’re looking to satisfy your sweet tooth on a low-FODMAP diet, Fodilicious has created a range of delicious low-FODMAP cookies and granola. Made from natural ingredients, their products are nut-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free too!

9. Field doctor ready meals

These low FODMAP ready meals are an absolute lifesaver for the days when you don’t have time to cook from scratch! They are chef-made meals designed by a dietitian that taste delicious and are packed with plant diversity for good gut health.

10. Fodbods protein bars

Of course, Fodbods had to get a mention! Fodbods protein bars are certified low FODMAP and are made from wholesome, natural, and organic ingredients. They are also plant-based and gluten-free. Fodbods are easy to digest, taste incredible, and are super convenient, so are perfect for taking on the go!


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