340 foods found.

Tofu

Meats & alternatives

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

Tomato

Vegetables

Acidity can put things out of balance, especially during a flare up and will cause discomfort to any wounding in the gut. Many people experience issues with this food. Ensure you thoroughly cook through when using. - read more

FODMAP warning: Moderate Fructose - OK in small quantities

Tuna

Seafood

A reasonably safe fish to include in your diet. Contains very little oil. Even safer raw, in sushi for example. - read more

Turkey sausage

Meats & alternatives

The safest way of having sausages in your diet. Turkey meat is much lower in fat and oil than all other meat options. Wipe off any excess oil after cooking also if you can for added safety. - read more

Virgin olive oil

Cooking Oils

Olive oils can be dangerous to your diet if not used correctly. You should never cook with olive oil due to it's low smoke point effectively making this toxic to your body when heated. Switch to Rapeseed oil for cooking. - read more

Water

Drinks

It should be no surprise that this is safe... during a flare up make sure to increase your water in-take. - read more

Watermelon

Fruits

Reasonably low acidity but can put things out of balance, especially during a flare up and will cause discomfort to any wounding in the gut. Still one of the safer fruits you can eat though. Only eat when ripe. - read more

FODMAP warning: High Fructose High Polyols