IBS Springtime Guide for the Fruit & Veggie Aisle

IBS Springtime Guide for the Fruit & Veggie Aisle

IBS Springtime Guide for the Fruit & Veggie Aisle

Hi Sisters! I wanted to share this post with you today because IBS and the low-FODMAP diet is SO REAL! I accidentally ate a high-FODMAP fruit today, and boy did I pay for it! In case you aren’t familiar with FODMAP foods and the effect on IBS suffers, check out this previous blog postΒ low-FODMAP Sister.

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Below is a list of “in season” fruits and vegetables that I have divided into low-FODMAP (safe) and high-FODMAP (VERY UNSAFE aka gas, bloating, distention, miserably unsafe….LOL). FYI- here is a great article about why you should eat foods that are in seasonΒ 10 Reasons to Eat What’s in Season.

low-FODMAP aka Safe Foods

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Bananas

Broccoli (1/2 cup, and if you can tolerate the potential gas) πŸ™‚

Cabbage (up to 1 cup, and same above applies) πŸ™‚

Corn (1/2 cup if tolerable)

Greenbeans

Honeydew Melon

Lettuce

Oranges

Pineapple

Spinach

Strawberries

high-FODMAP aka Don’t do it even though they’re delicious! It’s not worth it, take it from me! πŸ™

Beware

Apricots

Asparagus

Artichoke

Cabbage

Lychee

Mangos

Mushrooms

Onions & Leeks

Peas

Rhubarb

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For IBS Awareness Month, I will be experimenting with IBS friendly, low-FODMAP, in season recipes, so stay tuned! πŸ™‚

XOXO,

IBS Sister

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