Low FODmap nuts list

Low FODmap nuts list.

Nuts you’re allowed to eat on a low FODmap diet.

When you’re an irritable bowel sufferer following a low FODmap diet, you’re stripped of many important nutrients coming from healthy high FODmap foods (like broccoli and garlic). Low FODmap diet is very restrictive and that’s why it’s good to sneak in some non-irritable snacks in between your meals.
Nuts are a great source of healthy fats, vitamins, and fiber. 

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According to Monash University App, following nut types are safe to eat on a low FODmap diet…

Low FODmap nuts list:

Walnuts
Pine nuts
Brazil nuts
Chestnuts
Macadamia nuts
Pecans
Peanuts

As you can see, it’s a fairly long list, and where’s a choice, there’s a hope!

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There are a few black sheeps, though…

Medium FODmap nuts:

Hazelnuts (10 max per portion)
Almonds (10 max per portion)

High FODMap nuts:

Pistachios
Cashews

My favorite nuts are hazelnuts and pistachios, which was a real bummer during elimination phase!

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In a nut(LOL)shell:

Nuts are one of the safest snack choices when you’re following low FODmap diet. You know exactly what’s in them (no nasty sugars or additives), and they’re highly beneficial to your health (hello Omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin E, and fiber!).

If you want a snack, go nuts!

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Read more:

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