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IBS/Low FODMAP diets

Q: Are Oatly products suitable for people with irritable bowel syndrome who are following a low FODMAP diet?

A: The low FODMAP diet is a diet low in Fermentable Oligo-, Di-, Monosaccharides and Polyols. These are the different types of carbohydrates that are rapidly fermented in the gut. The low FODMAP diet is a relatively new dietary approach for the management of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) symptoms.

We are in the process of getting our products analysed. However, we can confirm that all Oatly products available in the UK* are suitable for a low-FODMAP diet**, except:

  • Oat Drink Orange Mango
  • Oatgurt - Strawberry

Until we have the results from our analyses, we are unable to confirm the exact amounts of our products that can be consumed in one sitting, however the FODMAP by FM app ** gives further guidance on this.

*all plain and chocolate oat drinks; Creamy Oat, Creamy Oat Organic and Whippable Creamy Oat; Creamy Oat Fraiche; Ice Cream; Whippable Vanilla Custard; Oatgurt - Plain and Greek Style; Creamy Oat Spread - Plain.

**scanned in August 2020 using Kings College London, and Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Trusts, FODMAP by FM app here

 

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