What is FODMAP?

FODMAP’s is the name given to a range of carbohydrates that have been shown to irritate and affect those that suffer from IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). FODMAPS stand for : Fermentable, Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols.  

These carbohydrates can be found in a range of foods, the most common are onion and garlic.  Following on from these two major irritants, there are other foods that are considered ‘high’, 'moderate’ and ‘low’ FODMAP.  These should be considered when you are looking to take on the FODMAP way of eating, we suggest always working alongside a qualified dietitian or doctor when embracing a FODMAP diet.

The term FODMAP and the research behind these foods was created by researchers from the Monash University of Australia. We suggest you include their website in your own personal research, and they also have a handy app which helps to identify the High, Moderate and Low FODMAP foods.
Did you know, NOGO is a play on words (NO garlic, NO onion - because for a lot of people these are the main culprits!)? You can be sure that our range of pasta sauces, condiments and relishes will always be FODMAP friendly (we go so far as to only use the green part of the spring onion and use a certified FODMAP Garlic oil). They are delicious for the whole family, whether you eat FODMAP, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Egg Free or just enjoy eating food that is delicious! 

Our range of sauces and condiments are great for adding to your everyday meals as well as extravagant dinner parties!  Be sure to check out our recipes for new ways to cook within your FODMAP diet!  A great place to start is with our Simple FODMAP Friendly Entertaining Ideas.
Good luck on your FODMAP journey!
Meg + team.