A FODMAP diet chart is a nutritional guide that lists foods and beverages that are classified as either low FODMAPs or high FODMAPs, according to Stanford Health Care. FODMAP stands for fermentable oligo-di-monosaccharides and polyols.
FODMAPs are carbohydrates, such as fructose, fructans, galactans, lactose and sweeteners and stone fruits, that naturally occur in a variety of foods and beverages. However, some of these compounds are not easily absorbed or digested by the body, a condition that commonly occurs in individuals with irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS. A low-FODMAP diet is frequently recommended for people with IBS, as stated by Stanford Health Care.
A FODMAP diet chart is available online at Stanford Health Care. The chart enumerates low FODMAP foods and drinks, including chicken, beef, fish, pork, soft cheeses, yogurt, nuts, tofu, noodles, popcorn, rice, grapes, bananas, tangerines, spinach, zucchini, coffee, tea, butter, cooking oils, olives and pickles.