• Low FODMAP diet for IBS sufferers

  • Discover FODMAP friendly foods you can eat

  • Scan product barcodes to check suitability

  • Portion guidance and FODMAP look-up table

  • Record and track gut symptoms

  • Create personalised dietary profile 


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£3.99 one-time fee

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The aim of this app is to support you in shopping for suitable foods and guiding you through the three stages of the low FODMAP diet. It is recommended that this app is used in conjunction with support of a Registered Dietitian. A dietitian will assess whether this is the correct dietary treatment for you, explain the principles of the low FODMAP diet, guide you through the three stages of the low FODMAP diet and check that your diet is balanced and nutritious.
Bowel symptoms, such as those due to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), can come and go seemingly without explanation. In particular, a hectic lifestyle, anxiety and stress can all affect the bowel, which in turn may cause symptoms such as pain, bloating, wind and loose stools. Dietary triggers are difficult to identify but clinical research has shown that some carbohydrates (FODMAPs) may contribute to bowel symptoms in IBS.
FODMAPs are a group of fermentable carbohydrates that are found in a wide range of foods. Without getting too technical the word FODMAP stands for - Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols- which are the scientific names given to different groups of carbohydrate based on their chemical structure.
When FODMAPs reach the large intestine they can be broken down by the gut bacteria and produce gas. In someone who is sensitive to this, the gas can result in symptoms such pain, bloating and excessive wind. Restricting FODMAP intake has been shown to improve these symptoms in most people with these bowel symptoms.
We have over 100,000 products on our system that is updated regularly. On the app you will find branded products and supermarket own label products for Asda, Co-op, CostCutter, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Waitrose. The app excludes high FODMAP foods making it easy to find suitable foods at each stage of the diet.
The FODMAP by FM app is Free to trail for 14 days and then costs £3.99 for an annual subscription.
The FODMAP by FM app is he mobile app will be available on the Apple and Google play stores. The FODMAP app is now suitable to view on Android Tablets.