Monash University FODMAP diet

Monash University FODMAP diet [Medical] App Description & Overview

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). The Monash University FODMAP diet works by swapping foods high in fermentable carbohydrates (FODMAPs), with low FODMAP alternatives. Around 75% of people with IBS experience symptom relief on a low FODMAP diet.

The app comes directly from the research team at Monash and includes the following:

- General information about the FODMAP diet and IBS.
- Easy to understand tutorials to guide you through the app and the 3-Step FODMAP diet.
- A Food Guide detailing the FODMAP content for hundreds of foods using a simple 'traffic light system'.
- A list of branded products that have been certified by Monash as low FODMAP.
- A collection of over 70 nutritious, low FODMAP recipes.
- Functions that allow you to create your own shopping list and add notes to individual foods
- A Diary that enables you to record food eaten, IBS symptoms, bowel habits and stress levels. The Diary will also guide you through step 2 of the diet - FODMAP reintroduction.
- The ability to adjust units of measurement (metric or imperial) and activate colour blindness assistance.

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- Great

Thanks for the color blind option!

- No metric

This is a really excellent app, and it counters a lot of bad information on the web. But the use of imperial measures makes it impossible to use without a unit conversion app. Who even uses imperial? Backward countries with Cheeto-coloured dictators, that’s who. Metric please—a civilized metric for a more civilized age.

- Ignore the low ratings

The difference between this app and the free versions is that this is the official app by the FODMAP creators. I found several discrepancies in the free apps. In a do or die dietary situation, there can be no guesswork or mistakes. This app also has extra information including specific instructions on how the diet should be followed, and photos of all the foods.

- Orzo

Nice program but doesn’t even know what Orzo is. Many links within product descriptions don’t work. Clunky, not too intuitive interface. Blown away that something this expensive is so lacking in basic information and is just as much a conduit for the sale of expensive product’s as anything else.

- Confusing, low support

The color codes indicate a gram amount as green without information when it is no longer okay other than a limited amount of things. The app selection of tested foods is also rather low. For 13$ this is very disappointing specially since the only updates in a year were only bug fixes

- No brand names or quantities?

This app doesn’t include brand names for many processed foods (eg breads). So for eg it says oat bread is high FODMAP - but that depends entirely on the recipe. If the bread is just oat flour,then surely it’s ok? Whose oat bread did you test? The app also doesn’t include cutoff quantity levels. A cupful might be bad, but what about a tablespoon? At what quantity is this food ok? In this respect the app is less useful than I’d want. However, it’s still the only app based on lab testing.

- Don’t!

Its a good app, however, the entire content is available on free apps. There’s nothing “extra” here that you can’t have elsewhere. I’m disappointed that I spent $11 for an app filled with nothing.

- Nice to have this resource - worth the price tag

I’m just starting to use the app and it seems to be really great so far. Things I’d love to see in future updates: the ability to search for food items (rather than scrolling) and a plant-based option so we can easily find recipes that don’t contain animal ingredients.

- Barely worth the money

This app is more limited than I was expecting. I’m not able to hide any items, so a dozen different varieties of coffees keep getting in my way. Also, there seem to possibly be some glitches - broccoli stems are a hard no, but whole broccoli is perfectly fine in exactly the same quantity as broccoli tops? Why list it three times then? Sourdough bread - is most of it fine, or does it need to be a certain brand, and if most of it is, what do we look for on the label? I wish the branded foods were ONLY in a special branded category. I asked about that too. It is not possible to hide the branded foods. The country I live in isn’t one of the available options to choose in the app, so I had to contact support to ask which one would I could pick that would give me the least number of foods that aren’t available where I live. It’s quite a cluttered list otherwise. These features are rather disappointing to find in an app that I had to pay for.

- Changed my life, worth it

Ive spent 38 years with IBS and finally have found full relief! No more painfully sharp gas pains that felt like knives in my gut, no more constipation, no more random diarrhea— all symptoms gone! FODMAP is not new, but Im a skeptic about fad diets— so the research and science-based testing of foods by Monash Uni sold me on the app. I use this app constantly and stick to the FODMAP friendly foods. The only part of the app I use is the search list. I know there are also free lists apps, but the difference is that this app shows serving sizes and educates you about how much a body can tolerate a food. I also dont care that they hock branded foods, I just skip those— removing processed foods of all kinds has benefitted me. I believe in this app completely and Ive got my niece, in her 20s to try it and she is also loving the app. This has literally changed my life.

- Life saving app

I have used this app multiple times a day, for the past 8 months, going thru the low FODMAP diet. It’s great to know the info is up to date and reliable. Life saver, thanks Monash University!!


Monash App is the reliable resource I go back to again & again for all things low fodmap, they created the diet, so I so trust their information. The App has excellent diet tutorial, recipes & food guide system that makes eating low fodmap easier to do & understand. Great filter function to by fodmap sensitivity or country. Absolutely worth the investment, best $10 spent on LF journey, glad to support continued LF Monash research. Thanks

- Almost useless

Despite the bad reviews, I gave this app a go. There is a lot of information, but is no more efficient nor informative than anything I’ve already read on the internet about a low FODMAP diet. The app is worth maybe $2 max. It would be a lot more effective if they gave more filter options, especially for recipes, and had more efficient diary logging methods.

- Wow. Don’t get.

The other reviews made it look great but it’s not. This app should be free. I’ve never paid 10 dollars for an app before and I never will again. Total rip off.

- Made my life 100 times easier

I didn’t know how to manage this new diet before. It was the first time I had ever even heard of FODMAP and I had no idea what foods I had to eat when or how much. It was completely overwhelming and I thought it was going to take over my life. This app made all the worries I had really small. I can quickly look up if I can eat something and I can keep track of introducing foods which is huge. Worth every penny. Thank you so so much.

- I wish I never paid the money

It is heartbreaking when you are just trying to eat healthy to control IBS (new diagnosis) and you download an app- pay over $10 for it- to find out any of the brands recommended have to be purchased online as they can not be found in your area. So disappointed and would be very careful/ think twice before purchasing. Worst money spent. I guess I’ll rely on Pinterest where nothing is hidden.

- Science-based, easy to use

I love the food guide and notes section. The shopping list makes things easy!

- Amazing App; and Group of People

I was hesitant to buy the app as I’m very frugal. However it’s been worth every single penny. The Monash people are an amazing team. I had questions about Whiskey on the app and messaged them on Facebook & they got back to me and were able to answer my questions and help me out. I would recommend this app to anyone who suffers from IBS or like myself often cooks for someone who suffers from IBS. I’ve been able to drastically change my boyfriends life by being able to help make him safe meals.

- Best FODMAP App

I just wish they would show how much is a safe serving for all foods, even if that is two grains of garlic powder. Knowing that 4 balls of falafel is not safe isn’t super helpful (just an example) Can I eat 1? 1/2? And multiple names for items that go by different names in different countries would be helpful. Sometimes I have to go into a Facebook group and ask “what do Australians call ____?” in order to find things in the app.

- Great for helping me manage my IBS

I have been living with IBS for a long time and the only thing that seems to make a difference is the FODMAP diet. I use the diary part of the app to track my symptoms. This gives me a helpful visual tool when talking with my doctor and dietitian. I check the list of low and high FODMAP foods regularly. Well worth the money.

- Excellent enhancements

The app is considerably more user friendly now that portion sizes have been made easier to discover. This is a time saver and reduces a lot of frustration for this regular user. As well, having reintroduction information included in the app is brilliant. Loved the app before and love it even more now.

- Monash app FODMAP diet

The app is easy to use. I like the quick view of colours and serving size. I like the 6 groups listed for foods. But I would like to know what FODMAP groups are in a food rated low as I’m learning some affect me more than others. Keep up the research.

- Must have

A must have if you want to follow FODMAP principles. Will get an extra star when we get update notifications and when more food will be added.

- OVERPRICED! Doesn’t refund you if it’s not what you wanted!!

I Purchased this, then navigated around it. Within the first two minutes I decided it’s not what I wanted for my IBS. They won’t refund me and it was over $10! Unbelievable! A waste of money and time.

- Very helpful

Being new to FODMAP, this app has been very helpful. I like you can add personal notes and mark favourites. Would like to be able to mark items that don’t agree with me but show as GREEN. Overall very satisfied.

- Not worth the money

The app is easy to use, and I like that the FODMAPs for each food are rated so you can zone in on which FODMAPs you’re most sensitive too. But the list of food is very scant and every time I’ve used the app I’ve ended up doing a web search and getting better information. Also, sometimes the results in the guide are confusing: two or more seemingly similar items might have different ratings but without more details as to why, it’s unclear whether or not the thing you’re looking up is safe to eat or not.

- Canada Français svp

Canada français serait apprécié! Merci

- Very helpful

I find this app very useful in keeping up to date on newly tested or retested foods. Easy to check for portion sizes as it is tricky to remember them all. My only request would be an alert that lets you know when a good has been updated.

- Fodmap

Good to find descriptions and references!

- Very informative

The Mona’s Fodmap app is amazing. Lots of information on the Fodmap diet. Well priced. Has helped me greatly.

- Awesome app

The only reason why I am not giving 5 star is because I wish I would get notifications when a food item has been updated. I love this app and is worth every penny I spend on it!!

- Expected more

For the price, I would like to see Canada added as a country. A scan function would also be very helpful in grocery stores.

- Great app

Great app, I tried several for fodmaps and this one is the most complete and comprehensive. Money well spent. And the best part of you really stick to it you will see the difference. The only downside is that for some reason Canada is not on the list of available countries. I wonder why.... that's the only reason I gave 4 stars.

- Why??? there a reason why Canada isn't on the country list? Interesting

- Not user friendly

When entering foods in the journal you already have their recipe added even if you didn't eat it that day. Frustrating when you can't find simple everyday foods. If only the diary could be more like the shopping list so that you could select the foods you ate and then write about your symptoms.

- Easy to use, but has limitations

Quick and easy to use, but food lists are not very thorough. For example, there is no raspberry jam listed, only strawberry, mixed and blueberry - puzzling. And even more distressing, this app does not appear know what a croissant is. :(

- Traffic lights

App was way better and more useful when there was the traffic light system when filters were on. Now it shows foods not greyed out that I can't not eat, until you select it and then it shows the red traffic light saying I can't eat it. This is way more work and causes more stress trying to figure out what you can and can not have.

- This is THE app to purchase for FODMAP help

I have tried a few apps searching for help to control IBS and without question believe this is the best in terms of clarity of facts, easy of navigation and ultimately, trusting that the facts and updates reflect the most current information. Monash U. recognized the value of organizing the combined efforts and study results of many scientists over decades and organizing those valuable studies into one comprehensive site for understanding the relationship between IBS and short-chain carbohydrates. My life just became a whole lot easier thanks to this app. Thanks from Canada.

- Love this app

I find it very useful. If you want info on packaged processed food products, you might be disappointed but it's fantastic for basic foods, whatever the lab has tested: fruit,veg, grains, dairy- a very extensive list. I've had no problems with crashing, use it every day. Worth the price and more, especially for someone new to this diet.

- Needs a larger database and more serving options

I'm in Canada, and the database is very lacking. A lot of foods are not included (e.g. Applesauce, North American nutritional supplements etc). And it would be helpful if you could adjust portion sizes up and down yourself.

- Disappointing

I bought this hoping it would help me with food and groceries, but it barely has any food listed for Canada. I can't search anything in the grocery stores. It lists fruits and vegetables but I need to know about packaged foods. The description of the app does not state that the food is primarily for Australia. They really need to put that detail in!! Don't buy or waste money if you don't live in Australia.

- Great app ; very informative

The app provides great information on the FODMAP diet, and I love being able to quickly add low FODMAP foods to my shopping list. However, the Diary feature only allows you to record meals which recipes are provided within the app. I would prefer to be able to record customized meals, as I am not always eating meals strictly based on these recipes. Without being able to do so renders the Diary feature pretty useless.

- Very informative

Great app, helps a lot with the FODMAP diet. Would be great to have information from more countries

- An amazing app

This app gives lots of info about the Fodmaps in foods and why some of us have problems. Very helpful for grocery shopping and planning foods to eat. And helps with the "whys".

- Pretty Good

I find this app useful for searching foods I'm unsure about. It also provides serving sizes you can eat without triggering IBS symptoms. However, I think it needs more foods added to it and maybe a barcode scan would be useful for store bought foods. The cost of the app goes back into research, which I have no problem with. The layout could use an upgrade. I think it's more likely people will just use it to search foods rather than read research materials or make shopping lists.

- Would not recommend

This app is very expensive, is not practical and has limited food ideas. I printed off Information from the web and brought it shopping and that was more helpful. Would not recommend.

- Too expensive

Very little information for a $10.99 app. No more information than a quick good search will find you. Very limited recipes for price of app. I would like my money back if it were possible

- Needs improvement

Search feature isn't working well and it is the only feature I use. It usually pulls up a list of totally unrelated items and I have to search for the one I am looking for. For example, I searched specifically for kale and had to scroll thru two pages of cheese items?? Cabbage also brings up salmon, sardines, etc.?? Once I find the items, it clearly shows if the food is OK using red green or yellow lights. I'm only using this app to help me identify low fructose foods when I'm shopping. Maybe better for FODMAP dieters. Not great value for your $$, expensive app.

- Fodmap

I found this app to be Kim d of disappointing as it was recommended from a fodmap diet book. However none of the recipes are there from the book. As there are so few recipes in the app I have to add every recipe individually, which is a pain. Unfortunately I spent a lot of money on this app and really all it is is a list of foods to eat and foods to avoid.

- Great app

Very useful. But crashes sometimes

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- After update

After the last update the app would crash when opened. Deleted and reinstalled seemed to fix the issue. Great new look thanks for a great app which is used weekly.

- New version

I cannot open it at all

- Update is a dog.

Can’t run the updated app!! The update crashes repeatedly. The only way to get it to work is to uninstall and reinstall it. APPLE, YOU CAN DO BETTER THAN THIS!!

- V3 is a crash-fest

Generally a good app, but every single feature in the v3 app refresh causes a crash back to the home screen. Maybe a bit more testing (on older but still supported phones too) would be worthwhile.

- Worth the $$

After having a year of constant pain, I downloaded the app after my doctor recommended I go low fodmap. So glad I did, it has been a huge game changer! After eliminating high fodmap foods I’m looking forward to the next phase of reintroduction of foods to find my triggers. Hope the app continues to grow and provide more features.

- Do not buy!!

This app went downhill rapidly. Great at the beginning, it no longer connects to the database properly rendering it unusable. I can’t believe this app cost $15. The developers and Monash University should be ashamed of themselves. Robbery.

- How to add family?

Hi I just bought the app thank you. However i can’t work out how to add family? Can you please explain how, thanks!

- Great info, easy to use

I’ve been using this app for about 3 months. It is so handy having this info on hand when shopping, cooking and eating out. The app is easy to navigate, and the traffic light system is simple and effective. I also appreciate the serve sizes that are given. I mainly just use the Food Guide section and sometimes the Recipe sections. Of the recipes, most seem fine, but the odd recipe doesn’t work out as per the instructions. I wonder whether the methods have been tested before adding to the app..?? Approach the Shepherd’s Pie with caution! The app has some basic customisable features like adding Personal Notes to food items or removing ingredients from recipes. It’s great that the app is updated regularly. The following would just help keep this app as the best fodmappers app around....!!! Additional feature suggestions (these would make it 5-Star..!!): • a badge to indicate newly updated/added foods or products. Eg. When a serving size changes or traffic light colour changes from additional testing, an “updated” badge appears on the food item until you’ve viewed the item. Alternately, some kind of notifications area could be utilised that updates with messages, new recipes, other changes, and a red badge appears on the main icon of the app. Push notifications could also be used. • the ability to add images to the personal notes. This may cause issues with storage space for some users, but I take a lot of photos of low fodmap products while shopping, and it would be amazing to be able to store them all in the same place, and tag with a supermarket name. This would be so handy when sending hubby to the shops, or friends/family are cooking for you. I can say “you’re looking for this pizza base” and show him the image. Xx Thanks again...!! Can’t wait to see how the app develops.

- Not what its worth!

$13 for what? I understand its a good app in the sense it helps BUT not very much! I was told that the app had brands of food that you would find in your Australian supermarkets and yet when i type in common brands it gets ‘no result’!? The app also has loads of bugs such as buttons not sitting where they should be! (I use an iPhone 8 plus) I was hoping for more! I’m disappointed and feeling ripped off. (Other apps give you basically the same for free)

- Issues

Just downloaded the app and set the sensitivity to high for Lactose. Application says that Butter is ok to eat. Hmmmm. Response: Interestingly, within a day of usage, with the filters still on, Butter (dairy base) no longer appears in the list of items on the app that I can see. Presumably the filters have done that. The app does say that on first use of the filters that the app will need resetting or some such for the filters to start functioning correctly. Maybe this warning could be more specific. Eg: restart the app / restart the phone / wait an hour I am still using the app and finding it very simple after a few days use. I don’t 100% trust it yet.

- Food guide for Asian food ingredients needed!

The app covers a wide range of food and ingredients but I think the data base should not just stop there. Covering more and more food and ingredients will be appreciated. Living in Sydney, there are so many delicious Asia restaurants I can choose from. However I am not comfortable with what they put it in because they are not been covered by FODMAP analysis..! While more and more of people paying for this app and organisation, I hope they can grow the data base to complete wider range.

- Great app

Fantastic app, very user friendly and easy to use! Worth the money if you have IBS!! It would be the perfect app if there was a larger variety of low fodmap recipes available through it, however the Monash website provides those just a few more clicks away. Thank you for developing this!

- More food guide needed

I am really happy with the information presented and although the food guide is a good start, I just want to know if it will be continually added to as there are so many other foods not listed so I don’t know if I can eat them or not. Thanks

- So many bugs!!

I am soooooo frustrated right now... meant to be sending my journal report to my dietician and the app keeps crashing. I’ve spent so long recording all of my food and symptoms and now I can’t access it. As there is no log in I am unable to download this information any other way. For an app that is paid for and is meant to be assisting the health of its customers this really should not be an issue. PLEASE fix this issue!!

- First impressions

Great app, a big help, but; No sync - many children have dietary issues. Please consider a method for parents to interact with their children's diary and more Not for those with celiac disease - how many of those who require a low fodmap diet are also celiac sufferers... Please consider a setting to filter gluten too. Lack of meal calculations - for example. If I eat two Brussels sprouts (green) does this mean I can or can't also eat 1 carrot. Lacks multi user support - if a parent wants to use the app for their own food issues while at the same time manage the diet of a child with different needs they currently need two devices More filtering options needed - I'm not sure why I need to see every filtered red light food all the time. Usually (when shopping/cooking) I will just want to see the foods that are safe and not have to scroll through a long list reminding me of all the things that are off limits. Please, please, please add a gluten filter.

- Loving this app

There is room for improvement but overall it’s a great asset to the FODMAP diet.

- Waste of money

The green/orange/red light system seemed good at first but upon further investigation there are no tea explanations for anything, there’s a green and a red light for two types of milk that are both soy and doesn’t take any time to explain what each one means, if I feel like I have to refer to google to figure it out I automatically feel like I wasted my money. Another thing as well it would be great if there was examples of each item say from like a supermarket item that is regularly used but there isn’t which is funny because they know for sure that brumbies bread is totally ok to eat which automatically makes me assume they have product placement in an app they make people pay for which looks really bad imo

- Basic information

I’ve done quiet a lot of research and thought this might be another tool to use. A waste of time. Some info is incorrect and recipes use ingredients that shouldn’t be included.

- Ok, can be much better

A bit disappointed as I have the little booklet & it’s the same information. Not as comprehensive as I thought it might be. Would be good to be able to include your own items & whether they are low fodmap.

- Please make allow a food log option

I wish you could enter any food that you’ve eaten from the traffic light list in the diary so you could use it as a food log as opposed to following the recipes. If I had known this I would not have purchased. However the app is extremely informative !

- Detailed but confusing

The traffic light system is a helpful basic guide, but it’s not explained well and can therefore be misleading. For example, it says for green light foods you can eat multiple servings at a time. However, for many green light foods (for instance, Brussel sprouts) the serving size is small (2 sprouts) and the additional information states that a serve of 4 sprouts contains high FODMAPs - so two servings of this green light food should be avoided. It also doesn’t explain if these are daily serving sizes similar to RDA (eg. 2 sprouts per day) or serving sizes per meal (eg. 2 sprouts per meal). Also, ‘toast with peanut butter” is not really a recipe guys ;) The breakfast recipes are pretty disappointing like that. Otherwise, very detailed and helpful. Thanks.

- App was a life changer for my son

My son was diagnosed with Fructose Malabsorption. This app changed his life and made it so much easier to change the way we eat. Substitutions in recipes were easier we even use the recipes on the site. Seeing him go from a sickly no energy kid to a healthy happy sporty kid makes this diet worth every inconvenience.

- Totally saved me!!

This is such a wonderful resource... I have so much information at my fingertips and is easy to find and navigate around... love love love it!!!

- Amazing app - life changing information

This app provides guidance around what foods and quantities are ‘safe’ for people with gastrointestinal issues such as IBS or even just pain. I have now been using this app for over a year. I it initial it can take time to adjust your diet and understand what is safe. Once you get a grasp of it the app is invaluable. I use it when cooking, grocery shopping and to advise others. I have gone from being in constant pain with a low quality of life to being active, running 6 kms and returning to work. I could not have achieved any of this without the support this app provides. The app is constantly updated with results from new tests. There are even recipes you can try. So beware this app can be life changing. I highly recommend purchasing the app and giving it a go. It is worth every cent you pay and more! I hope you get a result as amazing as mine!

- Great👍

Informative and clear

- Essential first step going lofo

I bought this when I first started following a lofo diet and I found it practical and easy to use. I like the traffic light system for shopping and found the information chapters really informative and it helped me to understand why fodmaps were causing me issues. I’m also glad that they seem to update it when new info or research comes out.

- Makes FODMAP possible

I can’t even imagine starting the FODMAP diet without this app. It has made my first two weeks possible and at times slightly enjoyable! The research these guys do is amazing. The app is easy to use and allows you to block out certain food groups you aren’t allowed. It shows you serves that should be tolerated for the different foods as well. Starting this can be daunting, but with a bit of patience and an understanding of the app it is possible!

- Diary report crashes!!

Spent the week filling out the diary and it won’t generate report the app keeps switching off everytime I try to!!! Can’t go back and screen shot past entries or even see them anymore either 👎🏻

- Y

I’m I not able to download this

- Gave this the benefit of doubt - mistake

I read others' reviews and should have taken note. Parts of the app are okay, but the list of foods is sadly lacking. Just tried searching for bagels and crumpets. I thought these were fairly everyday things, but not on this app!! A waste of $12.99....still I guess it's more a donation to Monash Uni so they can continue their research.......

- Help!

I bought this app as a recommendation by my dietician. I have filled out the diary and need to send her the report but it keeps crashing! Not happy. Now I can’t see the data from this week and I can’t get any report. Needs major bug fixes. Not good for an app at this price. If it wasn’t for the technical IT issues letting it down, it would otherwise be a great app!

- Recipe woes

The traffic light system is great. It's much more detailed than I was expecting and I use it all the time. But the recipe section is terrible. Some recipes are incomplete e.g unfinished sentences and ingredients missing. There aren't many recipes and some of them are so basic that they shouldn't be classed as recipes e.g. toast and margarine. I assumed that new recipes would get added all the time but that hasn't happened. You can find a better range of low FODMAP recipes on the internet. I don't use the diary function at all because I don't want to be limited to the recipes on the app. Also, It would be great to see review ratings of each recipe by other users so you know whether a recipe has turned out ok for others before trying it.

- Fabulous but no data sharing.

I love it and it’s super useful. But I spent an hour starring all the foods I can eat and enjoy. Only to find out it doesn’t share that info with my phone. I would love to be able to meal plan on tablet and then take the shopping list on my phone. Bit disappointed there. But otherwise it’s making the process much easier to get into the diet.

- New version is painful to use

This new version is a pain to use. The older versions used to have the traffic lights on the right so you could scroll through the list of foods (eg vegetables) and see at a glance what you can and cant have. Now you have to click on each and every one to see if you can have it or not. Some pictures are lightened if they are something you can’t have using your filter but it’s not easy to see (eg: molasses looks the same, and I know can’t have it). I miss the old version so much, it was a pleasure to use :-(

- Very limited list of food items

I think conceptually it’s a great idea, however poorly executed by a very small database. I’m not talking anything exotic, just basic food items (soft drinks, cereals, chips, alcoholic ciders, etc). Let’s see if these issues are sorted in time but for now I’ll leave my rating at 2 stars.

- Frustrated

I just got this app and it’s pretty good. But when I try to remove a food item from the diary the app keep closing on me! I don’t know what’s happening, but now I haven’t got an accurate record of what I’ve had today.

- Dee

Trying to download the app for the last hour and it is not happening on either my iPhone or iPad which is only 6 months old. The circle just keeps endlessly spinning.

- Changed my life

This app changed my life thank you Monash University

- Pay again for second device?

I bought the app on my iPhone and found I was asked to pay again for my iPad. Yes they are both logged into same iTunes account. Forget family sharing I can’t even share across my own devices!

- Could be better!

Not worth the money. I thought it would have an extensive list, but it’s pretty basic. You could guess and google what you need instead. Would be better if it had a list of ingredients to watch out for, or a larger list of foods.

- Disappointing

Good app but would like to see more foods on the Guide. Glad the recipe links have been fixed.

- Can only log recipes not individual ingredients in food diary

I just bought this app with the main reason to log the food diary/ only able to add recipes not individual foods that are listed in the guide. Is there another way around this? Otherwise a help app

- Database needs more items

Good start, but given it’s a paid app the database needs much more work. To many everyday items missing.

- Frustrated

I downloaded the App to my iPad and was impressed that I could read recipes...all of them but when I wanted to print one I couldn’t. I then downloaded it to my iPhone only to find that I could only access breakfast menus. It’s very annoying to go from one device to another to get what you want especially after you have paid for it!

- Awesome app

Hi I love your app but can you please update it, I am trying to complete the weeks journal however it won’t allow me to save the entry. If not for that (and maybe the price 🤔) a great app.

- Journal not saving

I have been trying to write in the journal but for some reason I can not save it! When I press the save button nothing happens!? Why is this happening??

- Journal problem

I have been using this App very successfully but last night I filled in my Journal but when I tried to complete it, it froze. Any ideas?

- Update Problem

The latest update doesn’t allow the user to look at any recipes other than breakfast - the navigation to the other meals does not work at all.

- Excellent

Makes shopping much easier, together with quick and easy check of what foods I can safely eat ! Thanks !!

- New Update Not As Functional

I used to find it super easy to use the traffic lights... NOW, the new version only shows the names of vegetables etc. and you need to click on each vegetable to see if it's green, yellow or red. Before, when you went into vegetables, you could see all of the traffic lights next to each item, without having to click into the item to see what colour it is. Used to be worth it, not its time consuming and not as functional as before.

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The applications Monash University FODMAP diet was published in the category Medical on 2012-12-17 and was developed by Monash University [Developer ID: 427380448]. This application file size is 272.18 MB. Monash University FODMAP diet - Medical posted on 2019-10-24 current version is 3.0.4 and works well on IOS 11.0 and high versions.

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