ICN Food List

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About this app

The Interstitial Cystitis Network Food List App is designed to help interstitial cystitis and chronic prostatitis patients choose foods that will soothe rather than irritate their bladder or prostate. It's also appropriate for patients who struggle with acid sensitivity in the stomach and gut (i.e. gastritis and stomach ulcers). Ideal for use when shopping or eating out, it contains a searchable database of more than 250 foods rated for their ability to trigger discomfort. Foods are listed by: bladder friendly, try it or caution.

The data in this app was developed over the past twenty years by the IC activists which were later confirmed in various diet research studies. It is an easy to use extension of the information offered on the Interstitial Cystitis Network website and in our various publications.
Updated on
Jul 15, 2016

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Ratings and reviews

32 reviews
A Google user
November 19, 2018
It's a good app for checking what foods to avoid if you have IC. I wish there was a way to add in personal notes to each page. Everyone reacts differently to foods and it can be hard to remember what foods or brands are ok or not. If I could record my personal notes in the app, it would make the app exponentially more useful
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Heidi Howe
October 27, 2022
Very useful for finding IC friendly foods and knowing what foods to avoid. HOWEVER- This app is fatphobic and diet-y as well. Instead of sticking to the facts regarding IC, it gives opinions on foods being "junk" or "fattening". The IC network site itself talks about "obesity". I don't want food choice judgements, I just want my bladder not to flare. Hard to overlook the wellness culture jibber jabber.
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Candi Long
November 7, 2021
I like the app and don't mind giving $2 for research. I do wish you could search things and also somehow check things that are good or bad. But overall a nice start!
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What's new

Stability improvements.