TOP 10 Low-FODMAP Fruits

2 February, 2021 , , ,

#5 Passion fruit

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This fruit is full of vitamin A and vitamin C, and is used in fruit salads, mousses, sorbets, juices and syrups. The easiest way to enjoy it is to cut it in half and simply eat it with a spoon. You can eat up to 2 fruits or 46 g of edible portion.

#4 Blueberries

Blueberry Popsicles

Blueberry Popsicles

Good news: With the exception of blackberries, berries are low in FODMAPs, but don’t go overboard with the amounts. In the case of blueberries, you can eat up to 40 g (about 1/4 cup) without problem.

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#3 Raspberries

Small Bowl of Strawberries and Raspberries

Small Bowl of Strawberries and Raspberries

The queen of berries is also on the permitted food list, up to 150 g. Note that these “permitted amounts” are referred to a single meal. In other words, when strawberries are in high season, you can eat 150 g with each meal.

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#2 Strawberries

Mixed Greens and Strawberry Salad

Mixed Greens and Strawberry Salad

The queen of berries is also on the permitted food list, up to 150 g. Note that these “permitted amounts” are referred to a single meal. In other words, when strawberries are in high season, you can eat 150 g with each meal.

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#1 Grapes

Chocolate Fondue

Chocolate Fondue

They are low-FODMAP up to 150 g. In this chocolate fondue recipe there are different low-FODMAP fruits. All the quantities are calculated so that you can enjoy without any problem.

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