Low - FODMAP Diet

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About this app

Super-simple utility to help you quickly find what foods are suggested for a Low-FODMAP diet. Helps sufferers of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Fructose Malabsorption, and other digestive or gastrointestinal issues.

Filters instantly while you type!

Life is too short to waste time suffering because of your food... use this app to quickly determine whether a food is likely to cause you problems.

Just glance down to see one of three icons for "good", "bad", or "unsure" (meaning that different sources disagree about the effects of that particular food).

This free app contains a list that was created from several sources (listed in the About tab of the app) to create a master list of about 250 foods.

Disclaimer: this app is not made by a doctor and it does not attempt to diagnose or treat anything. It is simply a helpful tool to assist people trying to adhere to a low FODMAP diet.
Updated on
Feb 26, 2012

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129 reviews
Bonita Skiba
December 8, 2020
Would not work at all.
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A Google user
May 10, 2014
Some of the foods listed are not ok according to other sources (eg: Monash Uni). Some are also fine in small amounts. Having some sort of scale as well as out-right good/bad would therefore be useful. Would also be useful to show which lists a food is listed on, maybe also making those links clickable to open a browser window.
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A Google user
April 15, 2013
An excellent little list. On my htc one it crashes every other time I open it (blank screen) meaning I have to force quit the app via settings to get it working again.
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What's new

v1.1 - Currently 247 foods listed. Currently has English and Finnish languages. Please contact me if you'd like to volunteer to translate.