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FODMAP Helper - Diet Companion

FODMAP Helper - Diet Companion

Appstronaut Studios

A FODMAP friendly diet app, for people with IBS or following a low FODMAP diet.

4.1 Ratings 1K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads
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About FODMAP Helper - Diet Companion

A FODMAP friendly diet app, for people with IBS or following a low FODMAP diet.
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Ratings & Reviews

4.1
1.4K+ Ratings
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  2. 4
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  • So Far So Good Feb 7, 2018

    By Johnny
    Easy to use, simple UI. Haven’t paid to use the premium features, but just having the free list on my phone is great. Also like the idea that the list is available on github and can always be added to.
  • Apr 27, 2020

    By Mark Chivers
    Easy to use, with a clear, neat format. Was very useful in the elimination phase of my diet, & in reintroducing foods. It seems a bit Australia-centric, with a few European foods missing. In-app, one can suggest missing foods, but I'm not sure how long it takes the developers to add new ones, or whether they wait for a large volume of same requests.
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  • Aug 21, 2019

    By Sioux Warfield
    It's very easy to use this app if you want to know simply whether a food is high or low fodMAP. There are no details like in other fodMAP apps, but that's fine with me when I'm in a restaurant or something is cooking at home and I don't want details. Obviously, if something is "high" I know to eat as little of it as possible, unless I've already learned via the elimination-replacement process that for me it's not a trigger food. Request for foods is be added to the Diectory usually works.
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  • SO SO helpful Feb 19, 2018

    By caitleeeen
    Ive really been struggling again with my ibs and following a low fodmap diet helps so so much. It can be a pain to remember what foods are ok or not, especially when I want to try new (not on my regular grocery list) things. I want to try the premium version to log my own folds but decided not to based on other reviews. The free one works fine though!
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  • Sep 29, 2020

    By Margaret Ellis
    At the moment, I only have the free functions, but it is easy to look up low fodmap foods.
  • Nope. Sep 23, 2019

    By BigBuffyT
    Do not bother. I used to be able to use this app all of The time. But now it says you have to have the “ premium” to see any info. Well there is no “ premium” in the app store. I guess I will have to GUESS and suffer The consequences.
    more
  • Jan 30, 2019

    By Khoury Humphrey
    Not much data and very rigid with organization and display. Very basic. Interface design is not the best. Overall, I feel this app is in a rough draft phase that got abandoned, similar to a man-child.
  • Food ratings Oct 28, 2018

    By Natalesh
    High vs Low is too general. Some apps give a little more detail... high, medium, low
  • Jul 26, 2020

    By Pedro V
    Premium features cost more than the Apple App store version... Shouldn't that be the opposite? But let's be serious for what this app offers which is just to give info from a list already done Monash FODMAP. Even the Monash FODMAP app is reasonably price.
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  • Aug 21, 2019

    By Sioux Warfield
    It's very easy to use this app if you want to know simply whether a food is high or low fodMAP. There are no details like in other fodMAP apps, but that's fine with me when I'm in a restaurant or something is cooking at home and I don't want details. Obviously, if something is "high" I know to eat as little of it as possible, unless I've already learned via the elimination-replacement process that for me it's not a trigger food. Request for foods is be added to the Diectory usually works.
    more
  • SO SO helpful Feb 19, 2018

    By caitleeeen
    Ive really been struggling again with my ibs and following a low fodmap diet helps so so much. It can be a pain to remember what foods are ok or not, especially when I want to try new (not on my regular grocery list) things. I want to try the premium version to log my own folds but decided not to based on other reviews. The free one works fine though!
    more
  • Sep 29, 2020

    By Margaret Ellis
    At the moment, I only have the free functions, but it is easy to look up low fodmap foods.
  • Sep 16, 2019

    By Nicole Rachelle
    Great app to know what you can and shouldn't eat. I've got this one, plus FODMAPer & Fast Fodmap installed because all three of them have a fee gaps in the databases. If I can't find it in one, it'll probably be in one of the other two. FODMAP Helper is the one I try first.
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  • Jun 7, 2019

    By Dani-Lynn Trentham
    Awesome app. I can pop in here at a moment's notice and check to see if I can 'eat that' without causing a bunch of attention to myself. it doesn't list compound foods, only ingredients. makes sense.
  • So Far So Good Feb 7, 2018

    By Johnny
    Easy to use, simple UI. Haven’t paid to use the premium features, but just having the free list on my phone is great. Also like the idea that the list is available on github and can always be added to.
  • Apr 27, 2020

    By Mark Chivers
    Easy to use, with a clear, neat format. Was very useful in the elimination phase of my diet, & in reintroducing foods. It seems a bit Australia-centric, with a few European foods missing. In-app, one can suggest missing foods, but I'm not sure how long it takes the developers to add new ones, or whether they wait for a large volume of same requests.
    more
  • Helpful Jan 4, 2018

    By justbreathe54
    As someone interested in doing this diet the search function is super helpful. My experience with using it so far has been positive.
  • Great app for the price Jun 15, 2017

    By Renee Sil
    As someone knew to the FODMAP experience, I find this app helpful. While reading a menu for example, I can have the app open and just scroll through the ingredients to see if they're acceptable. The list is not exhaustive but it does list a lot more items than other lists I've seen, especially the free ones.
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  • Apr 23, 2020

    By Lauren Beres
    Makes shopping and planning meals much easier, but have found many things not listed at all. Have submitted some foods for review, but haven't followed up to see if they were added or not.
  • Dec 17, 2019

    By Maya Kherani
    Edit: Even though I subscribed, I keep getting the "Premium Feature" block screen. Super annoying. It also seems to be missing a lot of common foods. Original review: Easiest lookup and food tracking without having to log all meals. You can track by individual food.
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  • Not enough food listed Mar 28, 2019

    By tcvanhuffel
    Need to add more food listings
  • Oct 22, 2019

    By Connie Weikel
    I loved the easy alphabetic list of high and low foods. I loved where I could add a food and have you add it to the list. Lije scallops and red clover sprouts.
  • Sep 14, 2019

    By Beth Slattery
    Really useful especially when out and about. It would be helpful if items that you have to portion control where in an amber colour so as to help avoid stacking.
  • Oct 25, 2020

    By Yang Wei
    Should have a caregory "Middle". Broccoli can't be "Low" as I've had horrible experience after eating it. Cauliflower is less irritating than Broccoli.
  • Jan 30, 2019

    By Khoury Humphrey
    Not much data and very rigid with organization and display. Very basic. Interface design is not the best. Overall, I feel this app is in a rough draft phase that got abandoned, similar to a man-child.
  • Food ratings Oct 28, 2018

    By Natalesh
    High vs Low is too general. Some apps give a little more detail... high, medium, low
  • Nope. Sep 23, 2019

    By BigBuffyT
    Do not bother. I used to be able to use this app all of The time. But now it says you have to have the “ premium” to see any info. Well there is no “ premium” in the app store. I guess I will have to GUESS and suffer The consequences.
    more
  • Jul 26, 2020

    By Pedro V
    Premium features cost more than the Apple App store version... Shouldn't that be the opposite? But let's be serious for what this app offers which is just to give info from a list already done Monash FODMAP. Even the Monash FODMAP app is reasonably price.
    more

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