Bringing back joy to mealtimes

We want everyone to enjoy healthy and delicious meals, even if the tummy is sometimes (or often) a little upset. That's why we carefully craft every dish for sensitive tummies: from recipe development to making our own spice blends.

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    Delicious and healthy food without the hassle of cooking

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    Prepared in just 3 minutes

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    Enjoy your meals despite a sensitive tummy

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    Meals can be stored unrefrigerated for over a year

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    Convenient for on the go, at work and at home

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    M. H., Berlin
    "I'm currently on the Low FODMAP diet and recently traveled to a family party where I couldn't cook or eat the food that was on offer. Your meals were perfect for this. Everything tasted delicious and I always felt really good after the meal. Some of my family even tried a spoonful and were actually rather envious of my food." (Translated from German)

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    Julia, Wuppertal
    "As always: fantastic!
    Of the three new sauces, I've already tried the Magical Marinara and the Tikka Masala and, as with the soups and stews, I'm delighted. Finally, sauces that not only taste delicious, but are also absolutely easy to digest despite my intestinal fructose intolerance. Finally: no onions, no garlic and sooo much flavor! :-) Thank you!!!" (Translated from German)

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  • Certified low FODMAP meals by Froyda
  • Try all our certified low FODMAP meals

    Only 4.88€ per meal
    + Plant-based FODMAP list

    With our fantastic Value Pack offer, you can try all our curries and soups and find your favourites.

    Get 18 meals for the price of 16!

    All meals are certified low FODMAP by the Monash University. Plus gluten-free, lactose-free, low fructose, plant-based, no onion, no garlic, and certified organic.

    The FODMAP list (in German only) has been compiled by Yvonne Penzold, a Monash University trained nutritionist.

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  • Monash University certified trademarks are used under license by Froyda. One serving of a meal made in accordance with a Monash University approved recipe is low in FODMAPs and can assist with following the Monash University Low FODMAP diet™.

What is low FODMAP?

Most people are familiar with gluten, lactose and fructose intolerance. The low FODMAP diet, on the other hand, is still relatively unknown. This is despite the fact that clinical studies have shown that this diet can significantly reduce irritable bowel symptoms such as diarrhea, bloating and stomach cramps in those affected.

75% of people who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) experience improvement in their symptoms through a low FODMAP diet. The DGVS (German Society for Gastroenterology, Digestive and Metabolic Diseases) as well as the NHS recommend the low FODMAP diet for the treatment of IBS in their guidelines for medical practitioners.

Below you can learn more about what FODMAPs are and how to follow a low FODMAP diet.

  • FODMAP stands for fermentable oligo-, di- and monosaccharides and polyols. FODMAPs are short-chain carbohydrates found in many common foods, such as wheat, onions, garlic and milk.

    In the case of people with IBS, these are poorly absorbed by the small intestine and enter the large intestine undigested. In the large intestine they are broken down by bacteria or ferment. These type of foods can lead to symptoms such as recurring abdominal pain, abdominal cramps, flatulence, bloating, constipation and diarrhoea.

    Note that galactooligossaccharides, fructans, sorbitol, mannitol and also large amounts of lactose and fructose are generally not or only incompletely absorbed by the small intestine; regardless of whether irritable bowel syndrome is present or not.

    Researchers at Monash University in Australia have shown through clinical trials that a low FODMAP diet can significantly reduce the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. Since then, several clinical studies worldwide have confirmed this result.

Still from NDR FODMAP diet video

The Monash FODMAP Team has prepared a short animation video that helps understand how FODMAPs may trigger IBS symptoms.

Watch this video

Where do I start?

The Monash University has tested many foods for their FODMAP content and publishes these results in a database that is also available as a mobile app. For a single meal to be low FODMAP, the FODMAP content of all its ingredients together must remain low enough to not trigger IBS symptoms.

If you suffer from IBS or IBS-like symptoms, we recommend you consult a dietician or nutritionist well versed with this diet. You may not need to eat only low FODMAP foods for the rest of your life. This diet is usually implemented in three stages described below.

  • Elimination

    In the first stage, that can last from two to four weeks, you eliminate all high FODMAP foods and observe if doing so relieves your symptoms. If you benefit from the elimination of high FODMAP foods, you move on to the next stage of reintroduction. If you see no improvement, you need to try another remedial course with your health practitioner.

  • Reintroduction

    At this point you know that reducing the FODMAP content of your diet improves your symptoms. However, different individuals have different levels of tolerance for each FODMAP type. Hence, over the course of six weeks, you reintroduce each FODMAP type in your diet and observe its effects. At the end of six weeks you should be able to find out FODMAP foods that you can digest well and those that you cannot.

  • Personalised Plan

    Finally, you create your individual dietary plan based on your experience of the first two stages of a low FODMAP diet. You eliminate or reduce the foods that trigger your symptoms and continue with everything else, including the FODMAP foods that you were successful in re-incorporating in the second stage.

Froyda can help

We know that a low FODMAP diet can be challenging and time-consuming to implement. At Froyda, our mission is to make this diet much easier with our offer of low FODMAP certified ready meals - delicious, nutritionally balanced and plant-based. Give them a try!

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