I have followed a modified low-FODMAP diet since 2016, and I still find myself frozen in the grocery store at times.
It can still be overwhelming to remember all the foods I can or should not buy. Often, I feel like a detective thoroughly investigating an ingredient list for a potentially hidden FODMAP.
Tools like the Monash FODMAP Diet app provide a quick look at what foods are suitable for a low-FODMAP diet, but I’ve learned that walking in with a list is the best option, especially for my bigger shopping trips.
Whether you’re just getting started with a low-FODMAP diet or have a few years of experience like me, I’ve created a thorough low-FODMAP shopping list to help guide you through the grocery aisles.
Please let me know if you have any questions or know of other items that I should add. If you’re new to the diet, check out this FODMAPs 101 for a quick overview on the basics, and this guide to high-FODMAP foods and smart substitutions is helpful for when you need to swap out ingredients.…