I’m just a Melbourne FODMAPian girl trying to provide a place where people can come and find safe foods to eat easily, and share in the discussion about the low-FODMAP diet!

If you’re new to the FODMAP diet, I highly recommend downloading the Monash University app (at around $13, it’s a bit pricey, but all the profitΒ goes straight back into research and it’s so so helpful when you’re trying to get your head around trigger foods). There are also some great groups on Facebook to join if you’re having problems/need helping finding what foods you can eat – some also provide recipes. I have a page where I post updates about FODMAPula – feel free to go like it! You can find it here: https://www.facebook.com/FODMAPula/

For business enquiries, please contact me on fodmapula@outlook.com

[DISCLAIMER: I am in no way a dietician, or qualified in any way. I provide no guarantee about the accuracy of the information being provided, I am just trying to help in whatever way I can by discussing MY own experiences, and what foods I find help me. This may not be the case for yourself]