The Ultimate FODMAP List

A Comprehensive Guide For Undertaking The Low FODMAP Diet


An Extensive List of Low FODMAP Foods

Are you starting on the low FODMAP diet or are you still struggling with those frustrating gut symptoms?

Download our Ultimate FODMAP Food List below to get clarity on what foods you can eat and what you will need to avoid. We have the most extensive online FODMAP food list with clear guidelines to help you feel better and achieve long-term symptom relief.


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What’s Next on the

Low FODMAP Diet?

The Elimination Phase of the low FODMAP Diet is only recommended for a short duration, around 4 to 6 weeks. If you feel better after starting the diet, that is fantastic! The next phase involves reintroducing foods back into your diet in a structured approach to identify your triggers. Progressing on to the challenge phase is crucial. Research has shown that staying on the Elimination Phase for prolonged periods may increase the risk of nutrient deficiencies and negatively impact on gut health.

Monash University recommends that you work with a dietitian experienced in the low FODMAP diet. At SDC, our Dietitian Charlyn specialises in IBS and the low FODMAP diet. Charlyn is a Monash Certified FODMAP Dietitian with extensive experience in the area of gut health for children and adults. She will provide comprehensive guidance and hold your hand through our Signature FODMAP Focus Program. 

What we are passionate about

“Undertaking the low FODMAP diet on your own can be challenging. At SDC, we specialise in helping clients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome and we are experts in the low FODMAP diet. Our mission is to help you navigate this diet confidently without feeling like you are missing out on food. We offer specialised support through our FODMAP Focus Program and would love to help you feel better & find the joy in eating again”

Charlyn Ooi, Founder

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