[Last updated 7th March, 2023]
Have you been searching for a list of safe vegetables you can have on the low FODMAP diet?
Here’s a list of low FODMAP vegetables to eat and high FODMAP vegetables to avoid.
Aim to eat moderate serving sizes, even if it’s low FODMAP. Large portions or multiple servings of a low FODMAP food can still equal a high FODMAP load.
Below you have the option to download a complete PDF list for saving to your device or printing.
Low FODMAP Vegetables
- Asian & Collard greens
- Beans, green
- Beetroot (1/2 cup)
- Bell peppers/Capsicum
- Brussels sprouts (2-4 sprouts)
- Celery and celeriac
- Chilli, red or green
- Corn (1/2 cob max)
- Edamame beans
- Fennel bulb or leaves
- Ginger and Galangal
- Lettuce and Endive- all types
- Mushrooms- tinned, shimeji, oyster
- Olives, green or black (15 small))
- Potato- regular
- Potato- sweet potato (1/2 potato)
- Pumpkin/Squash- kent/Japanese
- Pumpkin/Squash- butternut (1/2 cup)
- Scallion/Spring onion (green tops)
- Snow peas/Mangetout (5 pods)
- Spaghetti squash (1 cup)
- Spinach, baby and English
- Turnip, Swede, Rutabagas
- Water chestnuts
High FODMAP Vegetables
- Leek (white bit)
- Mushrooms- all other types
- Scallions / spring onions (white bit)
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