It is no secret that by closely watching what you eat, you are going to have an easier time staying healthy. That is especially the case for people who deal with IBS. The low FODMAP diet, which reduces certain kinds of carbohydrates that are hard for people to digest, can help eliminate trigger foods for people with irritable bowel syndrome. These Low-FODMAP iPhone apps make it easier to stay on track with this diet:
Low FODMAP Diet A to Z: this app has over 700 foods and ingredients. It gives you a breakdown of oligos, fructose, polyols and lactose content. You can search food by name or category.
Fig: a food scanner app for people who have allergies or want to follow a low FODMAP diet. Simply let it know the diet on you are on, and this app helps you find foods that you can eat. It helps you find food items that work for you at over 100 grocery stores and restaurants.
Fast FODMAP Lookup & Learn: this app saves you time looking up high, low or medium FODMAP foods. It works offline. It comes with a convenient meal planner.
Monash University FODMAP Diet: a low FODMAP diet app that covers hundreds of food items with a traffic light system. It also has over 70 low FODMAP recipes. You will be able to create shopping notes and add notes.
Cara Care: a FODMAP tracking app for iPhone that lets you easily follow this diet and understand your IBS triggers. You will be able to track food, water, stool, stress, and symptoms and can identify your best and worst IBS days.
Gutly: this app comes with a list of low FODMAP foods and more than 40 recipes. It helps you maintain a daily journal of your symptoms. You can personalize your diet by testing what you can eat and tolerate.
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