In the third edition of “Low FODMAP in season”, we’re taking a critical look at what produce will shine on our plates this month. As a reminder: seasonal produce is better for you as
- it’s full of nutrients
- better for the environment as it doesn’t have to travel 1000s of miles to get to you,
- better for your local community as you support your local farmers and
- tastes so, so much better.
It’s a win all around. Here’s what’s in season this month (FODMAP and portion size information provided by Monash University):
You can have generous amounts of the following produce.
Stick to the portion sizes per sitting to avoid flare-ups. If you know that you’re okay with – say, fructose – you can experiment with larger portions of, for instance, broccoli.
|Brussel sprouts||Fructose||2 sprouts only|
|Pomegranate||Oligo-fructanes||1/4 cup seeds|
|Rutabaga||Polyol-sorbitol||1 cup, sized|
|Turnip||Polyol-sorbitol||1 cup, sized|
The following produce is high in FODMAPs and should be avoided initially and dealt with cautiously in the reintroduction phase.
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