From around the web
Kate Scarlata is an excellent FODMAP diet resource and frequently posts everyday recipes and updates about the diet.
This is the blog of Patsy Catsos, one of the leading FODMAP diet experts and author of the book by the same name, IBS—Free at Last! (more info below).
Monash University created the low FODMAP diet, so you can expect their blog to have the latest news and updates.
This is the Monash University official website
This app has a searchable list of the FODMAP content of tons of foods with recommended serving sizes. It costs around $10, which may seem steep, but they update the app whenever they test foods so it’s the most accurate list of FODMAP content all in one place. Considering all the inaccurate or out of date “foods low in FODMAPs” lists out there, this is definitely worth the cost.
IBS: Free at Last book
This book, written by Patsy Catsos, is a must-read for anyone looking to get started on the low FODMAP diet.
Low FODMAP Products
The FODMAP Friendly Program certifies products as being low FODMAP. Check out their page for the most up to date info about which products have been certified!
FODY sells protein bars, snack mixes, seasonings, salsa, sauces, and more!
Low FODMAP protein bars made by Dr. Rachel Pauls.
Trueself also makes protein bars in a variety of flavors.
88 Acres makes organic foods – their chocolate & sea salt bars and seed butters are low FODMAP (but not everything is to check the ingredients!)