Lamb, along with other sources of animal protein, is naturally low in FODMAPs owing to the negligible carbohydrate content of meat. The only thing to be mindful of when eating meat on a low FODMAP diet is the inclusion of other high FODMAP ingredients, for example marinades and sauces made using garlic and/or onion. Otherwise, meat is safe to include on a low FODMAP diet and is extremely nutritious. Lean meats such as lamb, beef, pork, chicken and fish are excellent sources of iron, zinc and B group vitamins.
Recipe source: Coles – Christmas 2013