Fast Tract Diet

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About this app

The Fast Tract Diet App helps you identify gut friendly foods versus hard-to-digest foods, track and chart your meals and symptoms, create shopping lists and quickly look up the symptom potential for specific foods & drinks at your favorite market on the fly.

The Fast Tract Diet is based on a flexible “FP” point system adaptable to a variety of dietary preferences. Each food is assigned a specific point value based on its serving size and symptom potential.

The Lower The FP Points, The Lower The Symptom Potential.

The Fast Tract Diet addresses the symptoms of Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders (FGIDs), Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) and related digestive and general health issues including:
• Gas, bloating, distension and belching
• Cramps, abdominal pain and indigestion
• Diarrhea, constipation or altered bowel habits
• Heartburn, sore throat, sinus irritation, persistent cough, sour taste, hoarseness, lump in throat feeling and post nasal drip
• Respiratory symptoms
• Allergic and autoimmune reactions

FGIDs, SIBO and related digestive and general health issues include, but are not limited to:
• Acid and non-acid reflux
• Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
• Laryngopharyngeal Reflux (LPR)
• Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
• Lactose, fructose or other carbohydrate intolerance
• Celiac disease
• Crohn’s disease
• Diverticulitis
• Asthma
• Rosacea
• Leaky gut and autoimmune diseases

Read the professional reviews and genuine experiences of Fast Tract Dieters ( based on the Fast Tract Digestion books, which describe the diet. The Fast Tract Diet was presented at Digestive Disease Week in 2013 to give gastroenterologists a new dietary alternative for SIBO related conditions.

It’s easy. Just follow the 3 steps:
1. Decide your daily FP goal based on the severity of your symptoms.

- For severe symptoms: 25 FP points or less (GREEN)
- For moderate symptoms: 26 – 40 FP points (YELLOW)
- For light or no symptoms: 40 FP points and above (RED)

2. Track what you eat and drink including serving sizes and any symptoms you experience.

3. Incorporate the “Gut Friendly Practices” into your daily routine for better digestion.

For more information on FP, FP goal setting and “Gut Friendly Practices”, read the How Fast Tract Diet Works and Gut Friendly Practices chapters by pressing ” ? ” on the Dashboard.

This is where you start. The graph is automatically generated based on your meals (FP) and symptoms. You can see it either by week or month to track your progress on symptom relief over time.

Over 800 foods, drinks, condiments and supplements are already pre-calculated to help you meet your “FP” goal for relief.

Your meals and symptoms are logged here. You can log meals and symptoms from the Dashboard, FP Food List as well as within the Tracker.

Can’t find a food in the FP Food List? Enter the nutritional facts and let the App calculate the FP and save it for future use. You can also create your own recipes. The FP values are automatically calculated per serving making it easy to add to the Tracker.

Create a low FP shopping list and bring it to your local market! You can also add other household items for convenience.

This is your mobile food chemist to determine the FP points and symptom potential in any food, drink, etc. Once FP points are calculated, you can add the food to My Custom Foods for future reference.

Read about the Fast Tract Diet and Fast Tract Diet App in several concise chapters. Additional resources including books, individual consultation and a community of Fast Tract Dieters on Facebook are also found here.

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Nov 10, 2020

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73 reviews
July 2, 2020
I downloaded this app today and find it VERY useful. I can add all my favorite foods (the ones that aren't already on the app's list) and there is a calculator that allows you to figure out your favorite snacks. I was surprised that most of the "healthy" snack bars I was eating were high FP. There are even suggestions for eating out. I definitely recommend this app.
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Norm Robillard
November 20, 2020
Thank you so much for your review! This is exactly what we intended to provide including listing some foods such as snack bars just so people know (in addition to not being so healthy) they are high in points and likely to result in symptoms.
A Google user
November 7, 2019
I'm not sure how helpful this app is going because there are so many foods that are not included & the measurements for serving size are not easy to match up. I find it difficult to find glycemic index info for my foods, and this uses the GI as one of the ways to decide the FP points. It's just a guessing game. It would be really helpful if the dashboard showed the times of meals with FP points for that meal as well as the times and types of symptoms reported. It would help identify triggers .
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John Bowden
March 19, 2022
I like the app for its design & wealth of useful dietary information. However, the principles of the fast tract diet are flawed, at least for me. It says there are no forbidden foods, each one has a points value; keep the points low for the foods you eat in one day and you should be fine. In my case that's not true. Apparently I can't digest fiber, e. g. ½ cup of peeled cooked zucchini has low FP score, ate it and had bloating/indigestion; only ate meat & fish rest of the day (total FP score 8).
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Norm Robillard
March 20, 2022
Check out the troubleshooting sections in the app and also FTD books. Zucchini does not have many total carbs or fiber, but very few carbs can lead to a lot of gas and symptoms. And since tough fibers can take a long time to fully ferment, you can get symptoms from things you ate many hours ago. It's possible to blame the wrong foods.

What's new

This release is to comply with the latest Android OS support and performance improvements.