Needs more info/usability work 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.
Good but frustrating 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.
Good before it changed Was really good and simple. But now it just loads up with a massive empty search box, which doesn't respond to anything at all.... Go back to the list version
Low budget ripoff of another free app This is a cut-down version of the Simple FODMAP app, which is more complete than this one. Lots of allowed foods are missing, which isn't good.
Not bad...for a first version Needs to be more comprehensive. No entries for "peanuts", "almonds", "spelt", "sorgum", etc. Adding the reasons...along with a reference, if questionable...explaining why certain foods need to be avoided would be very helpful.
FODMAP diet app. A reasonably good list of foods, but dissapointed about the research of allowed foods. The most successful IBD management has been done by eliminating Sugar and fat. The sticky combination proves very bad for IBD sufferers. So why is sugar and other sweet products marked as OK to eat. Ice cream is like eating rat poison to a IBD patient.
v1.1 - Currently 247 foods listed. Currently has English and Finnish languages. Please contact me if you'd like to volunteer to translate.
A FODMAP diet companion app, for people with IBS or following a low FODMAP diet.
Your pocket guide to following The Monash University Low FODMAP diet.
Automatic meal planner with personalized diets, grocery lists, calories & macros