Monash University FODMAP diet is a medical application developed by Monash University, available for download on the iOS App Store and Android Play Store. The app is compatible with iOS 13.0+ and Android 12+, and requires 103 MB of free space for installation of the IPA (iOS) or APK (Android) file.

Monash University FODMAP diet


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Genre: Medical

Ratings: 3.78

Version: 3.1.1

Updated 16/12/23

Downloads: 464

Monash University FODMAP diet is a medical application developed by Monash University, available for download on the iOS App Store and Android Play Store. The app is compatible with iOS 13.0+ and Android 12+, and requires 103 MB of free space for installation of the IPA (iOS) or APK (Android) file.

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What is Monash University FODMAP diet?

Researchers at Monash University have developed the low FODMAP diet and a corresponding app to assist in the management of gastrointestinal symptoms associated with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
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Reviews on Monash University FODMAP diet for iOS

★★★★☆ Great app!
Is a great app because it has many specialists who can help you with your process and how you can understand step-by-step the introduction to the food again.
★★★★★ 5 stars for educational content
I’m so thankful that Monash Univ is doing this research. After my first colonoscopy at 37, my gastro diagnosed me with IBS-C. She handed me a single worksheet with a T-chart of safe/unsafe foods. I felt completely hopeless until I found this app!
★★★★★ Best app
I’ve been using this app for many years now. So quick to pull up a food item and check if it’s a red or green item.
★★★☆☆ Could be better
This app is out of Australia and often brings up prepared foods that aren’t available in the US. One prepared food, the Fody brand, can be bought on Amazon though it’s very expensive. For 8 dollars they should have a US version. It’s helpful for checking out lots of foods but I often find foods that aren’t listed. Today I looked up baking soda and baking powder. Neither were listed. They should be constantly updating their list. App is helpful but could be better.
★★★☆☆ A guide but not perfect
I have had this app for years as I was informed it was researched, accurate information. Unfortunately, I was unable to eat many foods the app had as safe. I would look at other sites and find fructose was reported as a problem. Monash has now done further research and changed certain foods from green to red. I hope this helps and I credit them for correcting information. I also realize we all have various degrees of tolerance. I still use this regularly.
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