Low FODMAP diet foods for IBS

Low FODMAP diet foods for IBS

By Leonid Grebenyuk

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2019-03-09
  • Current Version: 3.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 25.30 MB
  • Developer: Leonid Grebenyuk
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 13.3
Score: 4.50624
From 160 Ratings


FODMAP diet was invented and developed by Australian researchers in 2005 and is aimed at reducing or eliminating the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) by removing some carbohydrates from the diet over a certain period of time. The application has an analysis of personal diet. It is not free, but much cheaper than a visit to a cafe. Each person is unique and in order to identify which foods your body reacts, you need to systematically record what you eat and the symptoms you see after eating. Try to make notes about every your meal! The application can use HealthKit to log your symptoms. Don’t worry, it will ask for permission before it does this. This application was developed with the ​help of Dietary Specialist Sarah Munn. __________________________________ Before you begin to use this diet, I highly recommend consulting your doctor. Any action based on the contents found this app, is taken at the sole discretion and sole liability of the person using the app. __________________________________ Terms of use: https://fodmap.ucoz.org/terms.html



  • Should be free

    By Sunshine2344
    After one day. I cancelled subscription because it did not contain enough. The food list you couldn't speak or type in You had to go thru list which was limited. To view recipes. You had to go to a site that forwarded you an inside. So recipes could not be saved for later
  • A little lacking

    By One Target Shoppin MaMa
    Some ingredients that are like Main stream now in healthy food are not in app. So it’s kinda pointless for me.
  • Not enough foods & yearly price is discouraging

    By amy94102
    This App only has 400 foods And it doesn’t give you the instant info about quantities - some FODMAP foods are fine at low doses but symptoms increase with quantity. Use Monash University instead Also this App constantly hides the info you want & is pushing you to buy but doesn’t reveal info to let you know if it worth buying I’m using the Monash University App & it covers much more info than this one. It’s expensive (for an App) but it’s a one time purchase price Sorry I’m going to delete this App
  • Life saver

    By hemhna
    I am a college student, and selecting specific foods has been really difficult for me. But with this I can knockout my grocery list in a minute.
  • not able to do a lot

    By kdjxhxj
    since you have to buy a subscription, theres not much you can do.
  • Faltan algunos alimentos

    By Vitikas
    Deben añadir alimentos que faltan
  • Not sure how accurate and customer contact only through Facebook?

    By caro.sf
    I downloaded this and a few other apps and found inconsistencies. For example, this app shows Brussels stouts as fine but it’s not correct. I tied to contact customer support to mention it but you have to log in Facebook!! What if you don’t use Facebook?
  • Add notes on symptoms?

    By PhelineCat
    I used and love Cara, made tremendous progress but have been stalked, abused and had my partner's ex engage in domestic violence against me for 6 months. (DV- we had been friends) My conclusions were wiped from memory and I feel like I need a different choice while this is happening. This Fodmap looks like a decent choice, although fairly minimalist
  • Wish we could add to list

    By Bug Welch
    Good app-I just wish we could add to foods and/or symptoms.
  • Difficult to use.

    By whistler's granny
    This was difficult to use for anything other than a FODMAP food list. The Diary feature would not save my selections. The date for that feature was off by about 2 months but I was not able to update it to the current date. You have to purchase the Analysis function and although the cost is nominal, if it does not function any better than the diary feature, I’m not sure I would bother. Great ideas in theory but IMHO, needs work.