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
- Now the #1 rated FODMAP iPhone App
- Now the #1 rated IBS & Gastrointestinal iPhone App
Ratings and Reviews
Seriously... a life saver!
I just want to say a HUGE thank you to the creator/s of this app. I’ve been trying to juggle so many moving parts of my dietary issues since February, but this is the first time it’s felt manageable. The app is so intuitive and I can’t tell you how incredible it is to be able to store recipes, meal plans, AND keep a good diary all in one place. It seems ridiculous that on top of all that, I get notes of encouragement throughout the day! It’s apparent to me that this was born from good people who truly have the desire to help others. I’m amazed and grateful!
Great app! Please fix the Diary!
Update: I can confirm the diary is fixed. The developer response was quick and it works!
I have one more thing that would make this app perfect! I think I know which FODMAPS bother me and I want to have a way to show those foods by filtering. Is it possible for an option to show all foods in the lookup screen by default and have the filter only show the foods I need to avoid based on my filter settings? No other app does this and it would make things so much easier! Thanks!
Everything that's already been said about this app is on point. My only problem is that when I change the settings for what I want to log in the diary, they don't save. If I close the app or it background times out, the settings reset! This is very annoying. If that got fixed, this app would be perfect and I'll change this to a 5 star review.
Developer Response ,
Thank you very much for pointing this out. A fix has been submitted to apple and should be available for update tomorrow. Changes made after updating will stick. With apologies.
Not 100% reliable
Been using this app for months now. It’s mostly good but at times my husband would still have bad “IBS” days. We figured it was normal, you never know w IBS.
However, today he had Brussel sprouts and a blueberry smoothie in in the morning which are on the app as low (Not even medium). Well, he had a crazy bad IBS episode.
We follow this app like the Bible. Well I google blueberries and it states to be careful with the amount mostly in smoothies. And what about Brussel sprouts???? HIGH. They’re a High FodMap
This is the whole purpose of this app. I’m disappointed that it’s “mostly” good but not 100% accurate.
I recommend the Monash University app which is also called FODMAP. But make sure it’s the real one. It’s $8 dollars but it’s so worth it. Doesn’t seem to have erroneous information like this app.
So sad but can’t afford to have these IBS nightmares.
Now I wonder if those bad IBS episodes in the past were triggered by foods that are mistakenly labeled on this app. Very disappointing
Developer Response ,
Hi Karu. Apologies for the bad days. Please note that both apps state that a serving size of 2 brussel sprouts is Low FODMAP. We will go through the default serving sizes in more detail to make sure they align with a commonly eaten quantities.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.