Welcome to the Fodmapedia blog

You are on the blog of Fodmapedia where you can find articles about FODMAPs, which can help you on your FODMAP journey alongside the database of FODMAPs foods I created.

My name is Emmanuel. Fodmapedia is the result of my work, if you’re interested in learning more about me, it’s this way.

picture of Emmanuel, Fodmapedia founder
In a few words: I’m Emmanuel, I’m 35, I have IBS. FODMAPs changed my life and I’m hoping I can pass on what I learned to others.

Who is Fodmapedia for?

  • Primarily for people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), but it can also help those diagnosed with endometriosis, fibromyalgia, SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) and chronic inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.
  • It’s also for the friends and family of anyone suffering from these conditions. The site can also be used by the press, as well as those in the medical and para-medical profession who want to know more about these diseases and the low-FODMAP diet.
  • If you have intestinal disorders and have not yet consulted a gastroenterologist, you need to start with that. A reliable diagnosis is essential before starting the low-FODMAP diet.


If you want to understand the basics of the low-FODMAP diet (and what FODMAPs are), here’s my blog post that explains it all:

homme cuisinant dans chez lui
And yes, you’re going to have to start cooking a lot more homemade food! That way, you’ll have more control over what you eat. But beware of zucchini, which have a moderate level of FODMAP in certain quantities 😉.
Photo from Jason Briscoe on Unsplash.