The fastest way to look up which foods are High, Low or Medium FODMAP foods. 8x faster than the Monash University app*.
The best way to learn and remember which foods have High, Low or Medium FODMAPs. Using modern space repetition learning games to train your brain is fun and effective.
The lookup function focuses on just SPEED and ACCURACY. The two things that matter most when you are trying to follow a low FODMAP lifestyle. As soon as the app launches you can start typing and see the results as you type (an idiom called incremental searching). Looking up a food item should not be a pain, it should be FAST and EFFORTLESS.
We have found that decreasing effort and friction to lookup foods leads to more lookups per user and greater knowledge and more FODMAP friendly dietary choices.
* Our studies have shown that Fast FODMAP Lookup has, on average, an 8 fold reduction in elapsed time to locate a food's overall FODMAP level.
Other benefits over the Monash App:
- It works offline (Search)
- Faster and more intuitive diary
- Powerful weekly meal planner
- Link with your dietitian for personalized feedback
- It is gratis for you
Added a very useful food lists feature.
Ratings and Reviews
I started this app today and it is great. It asks so many questions that make me feel like I have something to look forward to. I have recently started the FODMAP diet and this is a helpful help that helps me learn what foods I can and can’t eat (has a flash card learning section). You can look up foods and it will tell you if it has Low FODMAP or High FODMAP. I am able to keep track of what foods I eat and how I feel after. You can write what you eat and/or take pictures. You can set reminders to write and/or take pictures of your food. It is overall one of the best apps I have come across, especially with IBS. I highly recommend getting this app!
Add Filter for Reintroduction Phase by Group
I have been using this app for a few weeks and overall find it generally pretty quick and helpful in everyday lifestyle things like shopping and looking up recipe ingredients for cooking at home. In a few weeks I will be starting my reintroduction phase and I can’t seem to find a way to search or sort by the FODMAP groups. It would be great to have that feature for example if I started to reintroduce the “F- fermentable” group for a week or maybe the “O- oligosaccahrides”, it would be so helpful to know all the foods that fall in that category because it may not be so intuitive as say generally knowing that onions, apples, broccoli, watermelon, certain cheeses and breads etc are high fodmaps (if I don’t know which FODMAP group they fall into). So maybe in an updated version there could be both the red, green, yellow color and then next to it also the acronym letters for FODMAP and a filter feature for people who are in elimination and re-introduction phases, or simply trying to figure out which groups cause them problems. Thank you.
Developer Response ,
Did you try our filter feature that can be found from the top right of the "Lookup" screen? I believe it should be enough for your use case.
Way more than I expected
I had no idea how intuitive this app is going to be. I’m using it to track my meals and how I feel/react after meals. I love that you can share your progress and results with team members who may be working with you on your journey. I love that you can simply take a picture of your food, it gets captured with a timestamp , instead of having to write down everything you eat. It all shows neatly in the timeline. I’m starting to use this instead of my other micro nutrient tracking app, The other app has its purpose but this is faster and better for basic food allergy tracking. Love the centralize nature of it and how I can add comments and thoughts after each event.
My only wish is that there was a way to export the data to PDF or google calendar to share with people who do not have the app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.