Our guided low-FODMAP diet plan will help you achieve the freedom you’re looking for

Say goodbye to bloating, cramping and pain from IBS

Expert advice on the low-FODMAP diet

Practical low-FODMAP diet plan

Recipes and food diary to make it easy

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Life’s better when you’re on top of IBS!

If you suffer with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) you’ll know how uncomfortable, painful and sometimes embarrassing it can be. And you’re not alone. Around one in seven people suffer with IBS.

The good news is that there’s a way to feel better and get your life back! The low-FODMAP diet, if followed correctly, has been found to be the most successful tool to helping IBS sufferers get back to normal. But the low-FODMAP diet is complex and requires expert help and support. This is where the Healthy Food Guide FODMAPs toolkit comes in. Over several years our expert Nutritionists and Dietitians have specially created this toolkit to provide you with a comprehensive diet plan that delivers relief from your symptoms.  We will guide you through all the stages of the low-FODMAP diet, from beginning to end, so you can get back to enjoying life and feeling like your old self again.  If you suffer from IBS, we believe this toolkit will be the best investment you will ever make!

For 15 years Healthy Food Guide has been a leading global publisher providing credible, science-based advice on health, food and nutrition.

This toolkit does not replace professional medical advice or diagnosis. If you’ve been diagnosed with IBS, or your health professional has suggested a low-FODMAP diet, this toolkit is for you.

Our guided FODMAPs toolkit is designed for you if…

  • You’ve been diagnosed with IBS or told by a health professional to try the low-FODMAP diet
  • You experience cramping, bloating or tummy discomfort regularly
  • You’ve had enough of this and want to feel good again

We can help. We’ve put together everything you need to successfully follow a low-FODMAP diet.

  • Remove problem foods from your diet and experience symptom relief
  • Systematically identify the foods that trigger your symptoms
  • Reintroduce safe foods
  • Build a healthy, gut-friendly diet plan for long-term relief.

Thanks for FODMAPS Toolkit. I’ve been able to identify some trigger foods that I need to avoid. I now have no IBS symptoms and feel well for the first time in many years.

Amanda Dean

Healthy Food Guide’s FODMAPS Toolkit is a really great source of information and practical advice that I’d recommend to anyone trying to get to the bottom of their IBS. Easy to follow, and better still, it works!

Debbie Clay

I love the meal ideas!  FODMAPS cooking can be stressful having to think about what you can and can’t include, so the easy to follow recipes were a saviour. Thank you HFG!

Ange Walsh

After having ruled out everything apart from food, my doctor suggested I try a low-FODMAPS diet to try and discover the cause of my IBS symptoms. Being a fussy eater, any diet that meant I would have to give up foods I love was not something I was keen on! That’s when I discovered the Healthy Food Guide toolkit for FODMAPS. I was able to plan meals with confidence and it has been far easier than I imagined. I’m well on the way to taking control of my health. Thank you Healthy Food Guide.

Ellen Marsh

My gastroenterologist recommended I follow a low-FODMAPS diet. I found the idea of this diet daunting and didn’t know how to start. However, I was introduced to the Healthy Food Guide FODMAPS toolkit and I have found it very easy to follow with clear lists of foods and a simple menu plan. Healthy Food Guide has helped me take control of my symptoms – I wouldn’t have stuck to the diet without their toolkit – thank you!

Ann Glamuzina

Here’s what you get

  1. A helpful guide to FODMAP foods
  2. A step by step plan to take you through the three stages of the low-FODMAP diet
  3. Stage 1 guide: Elimination – time to give your digestive system a rest and reduce all FODMAP foods. We show you what foods to avoid and what you can enjoy  
  4. Stage 2 guide: Food Challenges – carefully designed weekly challenges to identify the FODMAP groups causing you problems
  5. Stage 3 guide: Reintroduction – the plan to get you back to a way of eating that can work for you long term
  6. Weekly emails to support your journey
  7. Low-FODMAP meal plan, extensive food lists
  8. Low-FODMAP recipes
  9. Food and Symptom Diary to track your progress

Healthy Food Guide FODMAPs toolkit

The Healthy Food Guide FODMAPs toolkit is designed for your success. Our experts will show you how to identify and isolate the specific foods that are causing you trouble. This can be life changing for anyone with symptoms of IBS. We show you how to follow the process correctly to ensure you get the best results. So you feel fully supported with your low-FODMAP diet plan, we provide answers to the most commonly asked questions along the way, as well as FODMAP food lists and recipes.. Our weekly emails will also keep you on track to becoming symptom free and enjoying life again.

Weeks 1-4

FODMAP elimination phase.

Find out exactly what foods to eliminate (with handy printable chart to help you). After this phase you’ll already be feeling better as your gut begins to heal.

Weeks 5-12

FODMAP food challenges

In this phase we take you through food challenges to isolate and test each FODMAP group, so you can identify your personal problem foods. Keep track of your triggers with our Food and Symptom Diary.

Week 13 onwards


A strict low-FODMAP diet long term is not recommended. It excludes many foods that are important for great gut health and is very restrictive. By stage 3 you’ll know which FODMAP groups you can start to reintroduce and enjoy and which to limit to avoid your uncomfortable symptoms of IBS.


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We know that managing IBS can be stressful and can add to other pressures to your life so, as a bonus, we’ve included our Stress and Anxiety toolkit to help you manage your mental wellbeing too

Act now to instantly access the comprehensive Healthy Food Guide FODMAPs Toolkit, complete with diet plans, recipes, diaries and 13 weeks of reminders and guidance to keep you on track.

Plus 12 months’ access to healthyfood.com and the Healthy Food Guide Stress and Anxiety toolkit, all with the confidence of a no questions asked money back satisfaction guarantee.

Package value US$127

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The low-FODMAP diet’s been a game-changer for many people with IBS. Before, there was little structure to finding out what foods may be triggering symptoms. But now there’s an evidence-based, structured process that can bring relief to around 75% of people with IBS. Much of the information you find about the low-FODMAP diet is only the exclusion stage.  This toolkit guides you through all stages of the low-FODMAP diet. Helping you to personalise the diet for your own individual triggers, and start the journey back to resolving your IBS over time. So you can live your life to the fullest, without the disruption of IBS. 

Katrina PaceMSc, New Zealand Registered Dietitian

Frequently asked questions

What can I expect from the low-FODMAP diet?

There are three stages to the low-FODMAP diet: elimination, food challenges and food reintroduction. It takes around 12 weeks, from starting the low-FODMAP diet to identifying your food triggers and then starting to reintroduce safe foods.
The low-FODMAP diet is not a diet for life. The aim is to get back to a healthy, balanced Mediterranean-style diet, which has been shown to be good for all aspects of health, including healthy gut bacteria.

What kind of results can I expect from going low-FODMAP?

About three-quarters of people will have over 75 per cent improvement in their symptoms within four weeks of being on a low-FODMAP diet.

How will I know what to eat when I am following this plan?

We provide you with a meal plan and recipes to help you follow the low-FODMAP diet, and then will take you, step by step, through the process of reintroducing foods and help you work out the way you will need to eat long term to manage your symptoms.