Low-FODMAP Servings for Legumes

For all of my low-FODMAPer friends out there this article has a great list of legumes! She is laid out the good and the bad, the high in the low, and even explains the difference between fresh and canned in some instances. I found it very informative and wanted to share.

God bless,

Jacque Heaton

Most legumes are HIGH in FODMAPs, but there are still some you can enjoy as long as you stick to recommended serving sizes.  In order to protect our immune system and reap the benefits of much needed nutrients, antioxidants and minerals, it’s important to include legumes in your diet along with vegetables and fruits.  Certain nutrients, antioxidants and minerals can help lessen the damage done to our bodies by chemical pollutants, radiation hazards, free-radical damage, bacteria, viruses, the use of alcohol or nicotine, pharmaceutical drugs and even stress.  I could list the benefits of legumes, veggies and fruits all day, but for now, let’s get you educated on legumes specifically for the Low-FODMAP diet.

low fodmap diet legumesThe following serving sizes are recommended by Monash University. Below, if you see a HIGH rating it means that you are to avoid that food.  Otherwise “safe” servings have been listed next to the legume foods below.  Additional…

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