Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) affects millions of people around the world. Often IBS symptoms – including abdominal pain, intestinal gas, bloating, diarrhea – control your daily life and lead to a reduced quality of life.
Many therapies have been used to control IBS symptoms including various medications and fundamental lifestyle changes.
A new dietary approach – the so called FODMAP diet – has been developed by a team of Australian scientists from Monash University in Melbourne to help control IBS symptoms long-term.
What are FODMAPs?
Get started by reading our small introduction to FODMAPs.
What are FODMAP friendly foods?
Find our overview in the easy to read lists of FODMAP friendly and unfriendly foods. In general, you should try to avoid FODMAP unfriendly foods completely. However if you really need certain items try to keep the usage down to a minimum.
Follow the FODMAP dieting guide!
Start to improve your well-being by following our instructions in the FODMAP dieting guide.
Browse through our recipes list!
Eating should be fun and come without stomach pain or bloating. Find tasty and easy to follow recipes for gluten free meals in our FODMAP recipe database. Just follow our step-by-step instructions!