specialist in digestive health since 2008

specialist in digestive health since 2008

Since 2008, we’ve dedicated ourselves to crafting nutritional supplements. Our team of dieticians meticulously develops our products with exceptional care. We prioritize purity, using only essential ingredients in our formulations. This guarantees our supplements are gluten-free, soy-free, and of superior quality, ensuring safety and minimizing unwanted side effects.

low FODMAP Certified™ by the Monash University

low FODMAP Certified™ by the Monash University

Our products proudly hold the Low FODMAP Certified™ status from Monash University

more than 100,000 satisfied customers

more than 100,000 satisfied customers

Since 2008, our mission has been to “help everyone enjoy their food again.” We are proud to have supported over 100,000 customers.

what are FODMAPS and how do they work with Intoleran


At Intoleran, we’re used to manufacturing enzyme-based supplements to help manage known food intolerances. This is a targeted activity that can help people reclaim a sense of normalcy and enjoyment in their food-based activities again.

However, we don’t just help with identifiable food intolerances. We also target the relief of IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) — a mysterious condition that is still largely shrouded in mystery.

One of the best ways to manage IBS (and which Intoleran heartily endorses) is through the use of the FODMAP diet.

what does FODMAP stand for?

The acronym FODMAP stands for:

  • Fermentable: The process in which undigested carbohydrates are fermented by gut bacteria.
  • Oligosaccharides: Fructans and Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS), which come from wheat, legumes, and similar foods.
  • Disaccharides: Lactose from milk, cheese, and other dairy products.
  • Monosaccharides: Fructose from honey, high fructose corn syrups, and certain fruits like apples.
  • Polyols: Mannitol and Sorbitol, both of which are found in artificial sweeteners as well as some fruits and veggies.

While the FODMAP acronym may be a mouthful, the elements that make up its constituent letters are even more complicated. That leads to the question of what a FODMAP is in the first place.

what is a FODMAP? (in Layman’s Terms)

FODMAPs are a group of fermentable, poorly digestible short-chain carbohydrates (i.e. sugars.) These aren’t properly digested by the body — a fact that is true for those with IBS as well as those with normal digestive capabilities.

Instead of being digested early on, FODMAP foods collect water as they pass through the small intestine. Once in the large intestine, they begin to ferment, thanks to the gut bacteria present. This creates gas, which can trigger discomfort — especially for those with sensitive bowels, i.e. IBS.

This issue of particularly painful IBS-related discomfort has led to the development of the FODMAP diet. The set of eating guidelines is designed to help those who are managing medically diagnosed IBS.

Read also our blog about the FODMAP diet and if it really works.

how do Intoleran and the FODMAP diet work together?

Intoleran is proud to be certified by Monash University, which originally created the FODMAP diet. While our products are supplemental (i.e. they aren’t official FODMAP foods) they work well in concert with a regulated FODMAP diet.

As individuals follow the FODMAP protocols to reduce the level of discomfort caused by their IBS, they can turn to Intoleran to help with unique situations.

For instance, you may keep your house well stocked with diet-approved foods. However, if you venture out to attend a party, visit a friend, meet someone for coffee, or any other external culinary activity, you may not know what exactly is in the food that you’re offered.

Intoleran provides enzyme-packed supplements that are targeted toward specific intolerances — many of which are directly connected to FODMAP foods. These help the body properly break down ingredients that the digestive system might otherwise struggle to digest.

By combining a FODMAP diet with Intoleran products, you can manage daily food decisions without worrying about the consequences once your food reaches your gut. The one-two punch that a tailored diet and Intoleran supplements provide enables those living with IBS to reclaim a sense of peace, both in their gut and in their everyday life decisions.

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