87 foods found.

Pasta

Carbs

High fibre content can affect people during a flare up. Try to avoid whole-wheat pastas. - read more

FODMAP warning: Avoid over 1/2 cup cooked

Pineapple

Fruits

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FODMAP warning: Avoid dried Pineapple. Regular pineapple OK. Moderate Fructose - OK in small quantities

Raspberry

Fruits

High acidity can put things out of balance, especially during a flare up and will cause discomfort to any wounding in the gut. Avoid whenever you can. - read more

FODMAP warning: Moderate Fructose - OK in small quantities

Sausage

Meats & alternatives

Avoid pork and meat sausages due to the high fat content. The best way to make sausages safe are to switch to turkey sausages if you can find them - read more

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

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

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

Wild rice

Carbs

Many people with Crohn's experience issues with this food. Dieticians recommend against this, switch to white rice. - read more