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Q: Are Oatly products suitable for people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)? Are they FODMAP-friendly?

A: The low FODMAP diet is a diet low in Fermentable Oligo-, Di-, Mono-saccharides 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.

All Oatly products available in the UK* are suitable for a low-FODMAP diet**, except:

  • Oat Drink Orange Mango
  • Vanilla Custard
  • Oatgurt - Strawberry
  • Ice cream – Salted Caramel, Hazelnut Swirl, Chocolate Fudge, Strawberry and Vanilla

*all plain oat drinks, Oat Drink Chocolate & Chocolate Deluxe, Creamy Oat, Organic Creamy Oat & Creamy Oat Fraiche, Oatgurt – Plain, Greek Style and Blueberry

**scanned August 2020 using Kings College London, and Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Trusts, here


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