340 foods found.

Sourdough bread

Carbs

One of the safer options for bread due to the baking process and tends to be less "doughy" than white bread making it much easier to digest. - read more

FODMAP warning: Avoid sourdough bread with Kamut

Soy bean

Nuts, beans and seeds

soy contains bioactive peptides, and some research suggests that these have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which may help manage IBD. - read more

Soy milk

Drinks

Your best replacement for milk, although people report similar discomfort and issues as milk in large amounts. - read more

FODMAP warning: Avoid soy milk made with Soy beans. Soy milk made with Soy protein is OK.

Spring onion

Vegetables

You need to remove the bottom few centimeters of the spring onion so you only have the green that remains. Onions are very dangerous for Crohn's disease but if you're desperate for some onion taste in your meals then make sure to use the green part only of a spring/salad onion - read more

FODMAP warning: Avoid white stem - Green part is OK

Strawberry

Fruits

Acidity can put things out of balance, especially during a flare up and will cause discomfort to any wounding in the gut - read more

FODMAP warning: Moderate Fructose - OK in small quantities

Sweet orange

Fruits

Acidity can put things out of balance, especially during a flare up and will cause discomfort to any wounding in the gut - read more

Tangerine

Fruits

Acidity can put things out of balance, especially during a flare up and will cause discomfort to any wounding in the gut - read more

FODMAP warning: Moderate Fructose - OK in small quantities