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Getting the best results

Make sure you get the full benefits of FODZYME - read the guide below, or book a chat with our team.

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Unleash the power of enzymes

While the current version of FODZYME may not address polyol-containing foods, using powder the right way will help you digest fructan, GOS and lactose like a dream.

Sprinkle & Stir

Sprinkle a dose over your meal and mix. Otherwise, a full dose on the first bite will work just as well!

Avoid water

The powder works best when mixed directly with your meals, while water can diminish the effect of enzymes.

Do not snort

No matter the resemblance to other white powders, FODZYME works best when consumed orally.

Chew & savour

When possible, chew well to help the enzymes integrate with FODMAPs and activate instantly.

Don't heat up

Avoid adding the powder to your cooking, as enzymes will deactivate at very high temperatures.

Dose up if needed

If you're a eating for more than 30 minutes, we recommend adding a booster dose midway through.

Foods that FODZYME works with (and not)

See the foods high in specific FODMAPs and make sure not to use FODZYME on foods high in polyols. See the full list certified by the Monash University below.

Full FODMAP list

✔️ Fructan and GOS

Almonds
Artichoke
Baby spinach
Banana
Beans
Beetroot
Blueberries
Broccoli
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage (red and savoy)
Cashews
Chickpeas
Cranberries
Dates
Figs
Garlic
Grapefruit
Leek
Lentils
Onion
Peas
Pistachios
Pomegranate
Raspberries
Roma Tomatoes
Scallion
Shallots
Silken tofu
Wheat
Zucchini

✔️ Products high in lactose

Buttermilk
Cheese, Queso Fresco
Cottage cheese
Cream
Creamy cheeses
Custard
Goats cheese
Haloumi
Ice-cream
Kefir
Milk
Paneer
Quark cheese
Ricotta cheese
Sour cream
Yoghurt

🙅 Foods rich in polyols (currently not compatible with FODZYME)

Apple
Apricot
Avocado
Blackberries
Cauliflower
Celery
Cherries
Lychee
Mushrooms
Nectarine
Peach
Pear
Plum
Prune
Sauerkraut
Sweetcorn
Sweet potato

From now on, you can enjoy every bite

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