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Are Pears Low FODMAP?

Are Pears Low FODMAP?

Written by Amy Kaczor MS RD LDN, Registered Dietitian | Medically Reviewed by Onikepe Adegbola, MD PhD, Dipl IBLM Are Pears Low FODMAP?  Pears are a favorite fruit for desserts, from cobblers to pies to cakes, packed with nutrition.  The Monash University analyzed Packham pears, nashi pears, dried pears, and prickly pears. Unfortunately, Packham, nashi, and dried pears are all high in FODMAPs and should be avoided by individuals in the restriction phase of the low FODMAP diet. The Monash app has designated a serving size of one teaspoon, or 0.18 ounces, of nashi pears, specifically, as low in FODMAPs...

Jun 08, 2022

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Is Balsamic Vinegar Low FODMAP?

Is Balsamic Vinegar Low FODMAP?

Written by Amy Kaczor MS RD LDN, Registered Dietitian | Medically Reviewed by Onikepe Adegbola, MD PhD, Dipl IBLM Is Balsamic Vinegar Low FODMAP? Balsamic vinegar is an acidic and savory condiment, popular topped on salads as a balsamic vinaigrette, drizzled over vegetables, etc. You may wonder if you can use balsamic vinegar during the restriction phase of the low FODMAP diet.  According to the Monash University app, a serving size of two tablespoons is moderately high in fructose, a FODMAP that may increase symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). However, one tablespoon per meal is appropriate for the low...

Jun 08, 2022

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Are Black Beans Low FODMAP?

Are Black Beans Low FODMAP?

Written by Amy Kaczor MS RD LDN, Registered Dietitian | Medically Reviewed by Onikepe Adegbola, MD PhD, Dipl IBLM Are Black Beans Low FODMAP? Whether dried or canned black beans, you may wonder how to incorporate this popular legume into the low FODMAP diet.  Unfortunately, legumes are typically high in FODMAPs, including glucooligosaccharides and fructans. Therefore, according to the Monash University app, a small serving of 1/8 cup (or 1.4 ounces) of canned or boiled black beans is considered low FODMAP and likely to be tolerated by individuals with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).   However, it is important to note, especially...

Jun 08, 2022

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Is Mulberry Low FODMAP?

Is Mulberry Low FODMAP?

Written by Amy Kaczor MS RD LDN, Registered Dietitian | Medically Reviewed by Onikepe Adegbola, MD PhD, Dipl IBLM Is Mulberry Low FODMAP? During the restriction phase of the low FODMAP diet, you may wonder if delicious and sweet mulberries are a low FODMAP fruit. Mulberries are rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals and low in calories.  All fruits contain the FODMAP fructose. However, when the fruit contains equal amounts of glucose and fructose, individuals are less likely to experience worsening symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. This is because glucose acts to carry the fructose, leading to fewer gut symptoms....

Jun 02, 2022

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Is Watermelon Low FODMAP?

Is Watermelon Low FODMAP?

Written by Amy Kaczor MS RD LDN, Registered Dietitian | Medically Reviewed by Onikepe Adegbola, MD PhD, Dipl IBLM Is Watermelon Low FODMAP? As summer approaches, watermelon is that perfect refreshing snack to cool down in the heat. However, if you follow a low FODMAP diet, you may wonder if about the FODMAP content of this favorite fruit. According to the Monash University app, seedless watermelon is high in the FODMAPs fructose, mannitol, and fructan. These FODMAPs are poorly absorbed and consuming them can worsen the gut symptoms in those with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), including abdominal pain and bloating. ...

Jun 02, 2022

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