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Whether it’s filling up an empty stomach or replenishing your energy after a workout, a nutritious snack is a big help to get your day going. If you follow a low-FODMAP* diet to reduce your symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), it is best to be well organized and include these small snacks on your meal plan. Here we share with you our 10 best healthy Low-FODMAP snack suggestions: salty, sweet, easily assembled or quickly cooked. They will keep you full throughout the day and will limit your cravings for unhealthy foods.