FODMAP Made Easy Programme

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FODMAP Made Easy


Join thousands of members and learn how to calm your gut through the FODMAP diet process.

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Decrease your gut symptoms

Learn to banish your bloating, excess gas, abdominal pain and improve your bowel movements.

Identify your trigger foods

Stop guessing what your food triggers are and use our systematic approach to identify problem foods.

Find your food freedom

Ditch your relationship with the toilet and expand your diet with confidence.

Based on science

Dietitian supported

Easy, smart, practical tools


If you aren’t satisified then email us within 14 days for a money-back guarantee.

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What’s Included:

On-demand dietitian led classes

These classes help you troubleshoot symptoms, answer your FODMAP questions, and manage constipation.

Flexible meal planning tools

Choose from one of our low FODMAP base meal plans or create your own. With a click of a button you can add, swap, delete and scale recipes to suit your needs. Vegan and vegetarian plans available.

Learn at your pace online courses

These courses are your FODMAP road map and are designed to guide you through each phase with videos and downloadable handouts. Choose from our FODMAP101 course, FODMAP Reintroduction Course, and Adapted FODMAP course.


Downloadable handouts & pocket guides

They cover everything from food lists, low FODMAP swaps, tracking sheets, reintroduction reminders, DIY meal plan cheat sheets and more.


Expert email support

Email our FODMAP experts any time you have a question or need help troubleshooting your symptoms.


Hundreds of low FODMAP recipes

Create tasty tummy-friendly meals from over 800+ low FODMAP recipes. Each recipe has been designed using Monash University FODMAP guidelines and dietitian reviewed so you can eat with confidence. You can also search via easy to use meal and allergy filters.

Symptom tracking tools

Track your symptom progress and identify patterns as you move through the FODMAP diet.

Weekly tip emails

Each week you’ll receive care emails filled with practical tips and recipe inspiration to keep you on track for each phase of low FODMAP diet.

A step-by-step guide to reduce your gut symptoms, identify your food triggers and create a flexible long term food plan that keeps your gut happy.

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Ditch the Embarrassment

Living with gut issues can be painful and embarrassing. These situations are super common – hiding a bloated belly, trying not to fart in public, or explaining to colleagues why you keep dashing to the loo. Learn strategies to reduce your symptoms.

Reconnect with Food

Constantly wondering if a food is going to trigger symptoms is exhausting and can lead you to eliminate so many foods you only have a small ‘safe’ list left. Our systematic approach can help you confidentially identify your trigger foods and expand your diet while enjoying lots of tasty meals.

Love Life Again

It’s time to enjoy social occasions without fretting that your gut is going to ruin things. Once you have a symptom management plan you can stop worrying about where the closest toilet is and get back to the things you love.

Scientific Side Benefits

📈 Increase productivity

Up to 46% of people with IBS miss work or school due to gut symptoms (1). Understanding your body and what foods trigger symptoms can give you more control making it easier to fulfil social, work and educational commitments.

❤️ Improve overall health

A person’s gut health can be impacted when they are avoiding lots of foods because they are scared or anxious about triggering symptoms. Once you understand your food triggers, you can relax your diet with confidence and provide your healthy gut bacteria with a wider variety of food.

🧠 Boost mental health

Between 40-60% of people with IBS suffer from psychological symptoms that include depression, anxiety disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) (1). Learning to manage your gut symptoms can help reduce emotional distress associated with symptoms.

🙋‍♂️ Improve quality of life

Learning to manage your gut symptoms will help improve your overall quality of life and make day-to-day tasks easier.  Better symptom management also means fewer visits to the doctor and reduced expenses for over-the-counter medications and supplements.

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People often ask

Who is the low FODMAP diet for?

The Low FODMAP diet is a medical diet that has been proven to help up to 80% of people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome significantly reduce their symptoms(2). The diet is also being used with care to help people with coeliac disease, endometriosis and inflammatory bowel disease manage symptoms (if you have one of these conditions please talk to your doctor before starting the diet).

The low FODMAP diet can help decrease bloating, reduce abdominal cramps, improve bowel motions, improve your overall wellbeing, and help you gain clarity around your food triggers.

It is a three-step process:

  1. Remove high FODMAP foods to see if your symptoms improve. This is called the low FODMAP diet phase or elimination phase.
  2. Systematically test each of the high FODMAP food groups to see which ones trigger your symptoms. This is called the reintroduction phase.
  3. Move onto a flexible FODMAP diet that contains a mixture of high and low FODMAP foods while keeping your symptoms settled. This is called the adapted FODMAP phase.

Our FODMAP Made Easy membership will guide you through each of these phases so you can learn to settle your symptoms and eat with confidence.

Are there resources for the elimination and reintroduction phases?

Yes! We have resources for both phases. All of our recipes and meal plans are suitable for the first elimination phase of the low FODMAP diet. In the FODMAP Made Easy membership you can access a 6 week FODMAP101 online course that guides you through the first phase of the diet, then you can move on to our FODMAP Reintroduction online course that teaches you how to reintroduce high FODMAP foods and identify foods that trigger your symptoms. We also have a range of on-demand dietitian-led classes that you can join on different gut health and FODMAP topics.

Do you have gluten free and allergy friendly recipes?

Yes, we do! Over 98% of our recipes have gluten free options that are suitable for people with coeliac disease. We also have a wide range of egg free, dairy free, nut free, or soy free options.

What are my billing options?

We offer flexible billing options and you can choose from monthly or yearly memberships. You can cancel at any time during your membership period to stop your card from being billed again.

Do you have low FODMAP vegan & vegetarian recipes and meal plans?

Yes! We have 8 weeks of nutritionally balanced vegan and vegetarian plans available in the FODMAP Made Easy membership. We also have 360+ vegetarian recipes which includes 270+ vegan options for you to enjoy. You can access these recipes via the Recipe Club or FODMAP Made Easy membership.

How do I cancel my club membership?

You can cancel your club membership at any time to stop your account from being re-billed. To cancel your membership go to your membership subscription page.

Are A Little Bit Yummy resources credible?

They sure are. We have world leading FODMAP trained dietitians on hand to answer questions and review content so you can eat with confidence.

Our founder, Alana Scott has been a recipe writer for the Monash University FODMAP team. This means she has been trained in how to accurately write tasty low FODMAP recipes that don’t contain FODMAP stacking.

A Little Bit Yummy is recommended as a credible low FODMAP resource by dietitians and gastroenterologists from around the world, has been used in Low FODMAP Research Studies by The University of Otago, and has been mentioned as a credible resource in medical journal articles in ‘Practical Gastroenterology’ and ‘Nutrition in Clinical Practice’.

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Yearly        ✚ Best value

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If you aren’t satisified then email us within 14 days for a money-back guarantee.

What’s in it for you?

Get rid of the FODMAP overwhelm and stress while enjoying delicious food

Discover a range of symptom management strategies that work for your body

Be guided through the reintroduction phase and identify triggers without expensive tests

Stop being confused and get all the FODMAP resources you need in one place

Learn about lifestyle and food triggers impacting your symptoms

Access expert support anytime you need it via email

Learn at your own pace with our online courses

Expand your diet without fear of triggering symptoms

Access hundreds of dollars of resources for less than a meal out

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