Great app Really helpful with all of the information that you receive. I feel better that the money this app costs, which it does include their book, goes to further research. However, I'm a little confused that some items that are FODMAP friendly on the app are not FODMAP friendly elsewhere when I look online. For example, broccoli is a green on here, even with a larger portion, but many others say it would be a yellow and beef to eat with caution? Needs to be more consistent.
Almost great This app is great for learning about low fodmap foods. It really helped at the grocery store, using the shopping list feature. Love the stoplight colors, although I would suggest using yellow for foods you can eat a little of. One of the biggest draws was the ability to log for a trial week. But I just found out you can only enter whole recipes and not individual food items. Not sure why that is. I was hoping to log my food and journal results to share with my doc. That was disappointing.
Very good info and V. Helpful. The information is perfect, both clear and concise and how the app works is fairly straight forward. There are a few things that could be better though. On one of the recipes (Potato and Bacon Salad, fyi) I couldn't extend the ingredients list to view all 8, the app would just shut down after alerting me that the app had stopped working.(I'm using a samsung note 5 android 6.0.1). Also If the app could add up amounts of the same ingredient from different recipes in shopping list, i'd save a ton of time.
Awesome app...but! Love the app, the only thing I'd suggest is putting an option to upload recipe ingredients to see if that would trigger any symptoms. Like if I wanted to know if homemade brownies had a high amount of something in them, and what serving size to eat, I could upload all the ingredients and the app could tell me if I was going to have any issues with them. Hope that made sense. Haha. Love it otherwise!
Overall good app It serves its purpose. You can look up various ingredients and instantly know whether it might be safe to eat or not. You can add ingredients to a shopping list which I find nice. Especially that part about being able to add ingredients directly from a recipe. HOWEVER I do miss some more recipes (possibly some vegan ones as well) since a bad part about having IBS and eating mostly plant-based with a few exceptions is finding recipes. Also there are a few ingredients I miss as well, for example Brazil nuts.
Doesn't work when you don't have a signal Why won't this app work when you don't have a signal. A lot of restaurants and supermarkets are mobile blackspots for signal. This app refuses to display the foods unless you are connected to the internet which defeats the point in many cases. Why it cannot download this information to your phone defies logic.
- Implemented country filters
- Added language selection. Now app is available in both english and german language
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