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What are some low FODMAPS frozen bagged veggies that one can eat every day?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (19628points) 1 month ago

Like peas and carrots?

What is a good way to simplify meals and budget for one person? Also including a low FODMAP diet?

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Tropical_Willie's avatar

What can I eat on the FODMAP diet?

Foods that trigger symptoms vary from person to person.

To ease IBS and SIBO symptoms, it’s essential to avoid high FODMAP foods that aggravate the gut, including:

Dairy-based milk, yogurt and ice cream
Wheat-based products such as cereal, bread and crackers
Beans and lentils
Some vegetables, such as artichokes, asparagus, onions and garlic
Some fruits, such as apples, cherries, pears and peaches

rebbel's avatar

There are few veggies that you can eat (bigger amounts of), while doing FODMAP dieting.
If you got prescribed this diet, you probably got some information files with what you can and cannot eat (safely).
I know I did, but I can’t locate them right now.
What I remember was, that whatever vegetables I got served at my parents’ house, I could only eat a small hand full (weight wise).

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