We do not currently perform any FODMAP testing on our products so we can not confirm that they are low FODMAP.

Gourmet mushrooms are instinctively labeled as a high FODMAP food, however, this generalization is not true across all mushrooms (gourmet or medicinal). Each mushroom passes through the digestive tract differently and affects your gut in unique ways.

In most cases, it is a little more complicated than simply labeling a food as ‘high’ or ‘low’ FODMAP, and it is important to understand how much you can consume as serving size is a very important factor with most foods containing FODMAPs.

When you consume a medicinal mushroom powder, you’re ingesting a small serving size of a concentrated mushroom extract – not the whole mushroom. For medicinal mushrooms, you want the polysaccharides and beta-glucans. Adding a scoop of dried medicinal mushroom powder to your smoothie or coffee isn’t the same as eating an entire serving of raw mushrooms. Serving size plays a large role in dictating whether food is acceptable on a low FODMAP diet.

We have performed FODMAP testing in the past, however do not currently test our products. This previous testing did show that when following the suggested serving size our pure mushroom extracts were indeed low FODMAP. We do not have any current testing, as mentioned previously so we cannot make any claims on our current products. 

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