The FODMAP Friendly Certification Trademark is a globally registered Certification Trademark for low FODMAP packaged foods. This App aims to help gastrointestinal symptom management associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). The FODMAP Friendly logo was designed to enable those with IBS who are following a low FODMAP diet to easily identify and select suitable packaged food products. Along with testing specific products for their FODMAP levels, we have also hundreds of food ingredients, as well. The FODMAP Friendly App displays this information straight from our NATA accredited laboratory in a user-friendly food database.
The App is evidence-based and created by a FODMAP Friendly Accredited Practising Dietitian, including the following:
- Information about FODMAPs, the low FODMAP diet, breath testing and IBS.
- Easy to understand video to guide you through the App.
- Low FODMAP Meal Plans to help guide you in your low FODMAP journey.
- View each food’s overall PASS/FAIL rating according to the FODMAP Friendly Certified levels. A Food List with hundreds of ingredients, specifying how much of a food is low FODMAP (the low FODMAP serve size) and the percentage of FODMAPs found in each ingredient. View specific FODMAP levels for foods, so as to better cater to personal thresholds.
- This App may assist you in reducing FODMAP stacking
- A list of low FODMAP products that have been certified by FODMAP Friendly with product information and availability information. You may view the low FODMAP serving size and can click on ‘Can I have more?’ to see you can still have even more of your favourite products if they are very low FODMAP.
- If an ingredient is high FODMAP, click on ‘How much Passes?’ to see if any amount is low FODMAP - you may still be able to include some of your favourite foods!
- A collection of over 200 nutritious, low FODMAP recipes, including recipe eBooks.
- Functions that allow you to favourite, print and add notes to recipes
- Check out our country lists that show the certified products available in your country.
- Units of measurements are displayed in metric and imperial.
- Use our database to find a Dietitian near you!
- Over 50 previously untested foods.
- Bug Fixes
Ratings and Reviews
A good start
It would be better if there was a search function for foods, and if there was a summary symbol at a higher level of which foods in each category are high and low FODMAP. It takes too much drilling down for me to want to use it on a regular basis.
Also, not all of the FODMAP accredited products are listed, such as the Naturis breads.
Ok for finding certified foods I guess
The amount of foods that are inconsistent with the Monash app really make me wish that I didn’t spend good money, and Monash promote this!?? Well maybe not the app but the site at least. The very first source cited was Sue Shepherd, who is a self proclaimed leader in low fodmapping and releases books every year with updated information. She is guaranteed to rake in the cash as her books are obsolete annually. I was reading a cookbook my mum has from 10 years ago and was horrified at the ingredients used. I wonder which version these people are using?
I was put on to this app by a friend and find it very helpful. I have a few food issues so its great to have to ability to quickly check what i should avoid.
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- Fodmap Friendly Pty Ltd
- 26.8 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
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