Monash University FODMAP diet

Monash University FODMAP diet

Developed by Monash University

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2012-12-17
  • Current Version: 2.0.9
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 46.27 MB
  • Developer: Monash University
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 260 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $7.99
Monash University FODMAP diet App Ratings: 3.5
3.5
Based on 260 Reviews
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Monash University FODMAP diet App Description

Researchers at Monash University have developed a diet and corresponding app to assist in management of the gastrointestinal symptoms associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). The Monash University Low FODMAP diet works by restricting foods high in some carbohydrates called FODMAPs. The app includes the following: - Background information about FODMAPs - A food guide detailing the FODMAP content for hundreds of foods - A full recipe book including 79 original and nutritious recipes with professional photography - A shopping list for organising low FODMAP purchases - A one week food & symptom journal to monitor a strict FODMAP diet, with the function to view detailed graphs of symptoms and the end of the week

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App Reviews

  • Inconsistent and Incomplete

    2
    By Siskel14
    This app doesn’t seem to have basic things that I thought I was supposed to avoid, such as chicory root/inulin which is in so many things. But it has chicory leaves (as green light) which I don’t think I’ve ever eaten. There are many things on here that I thought I COULD eat, such as corn and sweet potatoes, but now I learn I shouldn’t. OK, since Monash is the authority I will take their word for it. But... another example, the bread section is super confusing. I thought I couldn’t eat most bread but sourdough but when you search sourdough, it lists it both as red light and green light, along with white, wheat, and whole meal as both red/green as well. I don’t see what the difference is between the entries that make some red and some green. Therefore, I don’t know how I am supposed to follow this diet if I can’t even figure out what is OK to eat.
  • A handy pocket guide

    3
    By Fynnol
    Having a quick search at my fingertips is handy when putting together a shopping list or choosing food at a restaurant. The problem is portions are preselected and can’t be changed. This leaves no way to find out if a larger serving starts moving into yellow or red. An ability to select the desired serving and then learning the FODMAP content would be an extremely useful addition to this app.
  • Great app, food diary and symptom tracker SO confusing!!

    3
    By Sharonchase
    I really wish the food tracker was simpler. I have gone in over and over to try to figure it out and I just get lost. It would be a seriously useful tool. It feels when you’re in there that the developers thought it was such an important tool that they over thought it and made it waaaaay too complicated. I can’t figure out how to just simply put in my eggs, oats, and berries?! Help! It appears that it wants me to put in these elaborate recipes and they won’t go away.
  • Very limited!

    2
    By 9998766544
    Wish this was a more detailed list. It doesn’t seem like it is updated much. Every time I search for an item it’s not on the list. For instance, this morning I was looking up graham crackers, which I feel is pretty common, but it’s not listed in the app.
  • This is a helpful tool

    5
    By skiddles69
    Starting on the low FODMAP diet was overwhelming. This was one of the tools that helped make the journey a little easier. I used this app many times while at the grocery store or planning meals.
  • Best tool I have found so far for IBS diet

    5
    By anner3121
    I was hesitant to buy an app when there is so much free information but this app was strongly recommended to me by other IBS sufferers and I am glad I did. It explained to me why I was having trouble with certain foods that other lists said were OK. It is updated regularly with the latest research, unlike a list. It also has portion sizes, so I can have a few of my beloved almonds safely instead of putting them on the NO list. It doesn’t have much prepared food on it, you have to look up ingredients, but I have to do that anyway with this condition. I think it is well worth the cost.
  • Worth Every Penny

    5
    By rubicube
    I was given a sheet of paper from my original gastro doctor with no explanation, no clue what to do!! Went to different doctor who sent me to a dietitian who just happen to have same problem as myself. She went over app with me and said that I would be really glad I got it and she was right! It has helped me so much. My husband also has on his phone since he does a lot of the Gorcery shopping. If you need help as I did and still do you will be very pleased with this app. You can keep dairy and it has recipes among other educational information. Happy Fodmap and good luck!
  • Game Changer

    5
    By spicezoe
    If you’re about to get on the Low FODMAP diet, this is by far the best app as it’s straight from the researchers who are continually testing food. Once you’ve done elimination you can then put your ‘group’ that you have issues with in and it greys out that food, making it easy to navigate the supermarket and menus. It’s definitely pricey for an app but at least the $$ go where the research is happening (and needed). If you like bananas like I do, I appreciate the research they have done on the stages of ripening that bananas go through so they are (in the correct ripe state) back on the menu, thanks to Monash Universities diligence.
  • A truly useful app!!!!

    5
    By Mr_D8a
    Since our youngest daughter was diagnosed in 2015 this App has truly been God sent. It isn’t perfect, since we live in the States, but it makes shopping and meal planning so much easier!
  • I use it constantly

    4
    By A2jlg
    This is an essential app for those dealing with IBS who want to explore FODMAPS as the source of the problem. I use the guide mostly....check it when shopping, at restaurants, when deciding what to eat at home.

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