FODMAPs in the News


Business Insider Madison Vanderberg recently discovered Fody Foods’ line of low FODMAP products, a feeling she described as being ‘like a kid in a candy store’.

If you suffer from endometriosis, these are the foods you should eat (and avoid)

Rachel Schultz from Shape, and Yahoo Health contributor, points to a number of nutrients and foods that can improve endometriosis symptoms, including the low FODMAP diet. 

In a controlled trial, the low FODMAP diet reduced IBS symptoms the best

King’s College London, UK, recently published a ground-breaking trial involving 104 patients with irritable bowel syndrome trying a low FODMAP diet.

Are Home Tests for Food Sensitivity Accurate?

Sally Kizemchak, MS, RD, from WebMD, isn't sold on home food sensitivity tests that are growing in popularity. Instead, she says a low FODMAP diet is the most accurate form of detective work to find what your body's rejecting. 

Stress reduction, supplements, and a low FODMAP diet can reduce your IBS symptoms: Harvard

Michelle Dossett, MD, PhD, MPH, and a contributor to Harvard’s Health blog, outlines integrative approaches to controlling IBS symptoms, including the low FODMAP diet.

Run away from aerobic-related GI issues with a low FODMAP diet

In a new study published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, researchers found exercise-related GI issues could be controlled by following a low FODMAP diet.

Low FODMAP foods are coming to more grocery shelves in 2019

The Washington Post’s Christy Brissette details the specifics of FODMAPs, the diet, and the types of low FODMAP products coming to a grocery store near you.

Havard Men’s Health Watch: Solutions for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Harvard University says what you eat (and what you don’t) can have the biggest impact on IBS symptoms, and reducing trigger foods linked to IBS is a good first step.

The Most Popular Diets of 2018, According to Google

Perennial diet heavyweights like Atkins and Weight Watchers didn’t make the list of Google's top diet searches of 2018, but regimens like the low FODMAP diet, the carnivore diet, Optavia, and other up-and-coming diets did.

10 Clear Signs of IBS

Insider’s Allie Lembo identifies 10 telltale signs that could mean you have irritable bowel syndrome, the chronic intestinal disorder that affects six to 18 per cent of people worldwide.

How a Low FODMAP Diet Can Help Moms with Colic

A new Australian study, published in Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, suggests breastfeeding mothers could help reduce colic in infants by following a low FODMAP diet.

How to Prevent Bloating Over the Holidays

In an article for ABC News, Dr. Johanna Kreafle gives her tips on the best ways to prevent or treat bloating over the holidays, which includes minimizing intake of high FODMAP foods, carbonated drinks, salt, and other dietary adaptations.

Keep an Eye on These 6 Food and Diet Staples in 2019

Keri Gans, a U.S. News and World Report contributor, identifies 6 buzz-worthy food and diet staples, including plant-based proteins and low FODMAP foods, that you’ll be seeing plenty of on your friends’ Instagram feeds in 2019.

Recognize Illegitimate ‘Natural’ labels, and other food label lies

Every time you enter your grocery store, you’re faced with tons of food options including GMO-free versions of, well, everything.

Is it ‘Gluten sensitivity’ or FODMAP food intolerance?

Gluten has gated many foodies from their favorite breads and wheat products. People suffering from the autoimmune disorder celiac disease can have extreme reactions to gluten, while others experience negative but less severe digestive issues.

What’s to Blame for Your Stomach Bug?

From dietary choices to bacteria and foodborne illnesses, there can be a myriad of reasons why you experience cramps, vomiting, and diarrhea after certain meals.