This is a very helpful and well run site. 1) resource is run by a curious amateur rather than a convinced ‘professional’ (who may have no better information available, but has something else to sell) 2) uses multiple sources 3) openness to questions (and responded to one of my questions) 4) happy to say "we don‘t know" – from everything I have read everywhere from credible sites, there is a great deal of uncertainty due to certain foods not tested and variability, both natural in raw foods and between brands: pretending otherwise would be disingenuous 5) translating grams/cups etc into pictures - I could weigh everythingand keep cutting bits off, but I still can‘t fit a turnip into a cup (without grating or mashing it) - but I can eyeball a picture of a turnip and say "close enough"... Monash can‘t tell me the profile of my exact Turnip... even if I were in Australia, they still couldn‘t... 6) premium page also says who the service is not for before you sign up... and is up front about the fact that most people use premium service for a limited time
I had the Monash app, but the Fodmapedia search engine is so much more relevant and complete.
This app has been a life-changer for me!!!
I am new to FODMAP and was totally confused why all the charts seemed to differ in what they listed as High or Low.
Initially I was ready to quit, but this app immediately took all the confusion away!
Not only does it rate each food, it also gives the reason and specific serving amounts.
I also really appreciate the constant monitoring that you are doing to make more and more specific foods available!
I have had IBS and Fibromyalgia for over 25 years, and this tool has been instrumental in giving me my health back.
I simply couldn’t do this diet without it, I cannot overstate what an amazing app this is and what a tremendous aid it is for those of us who are FODMAP sensitive!
Thank you, Emmanuel!!!
I highly recommend this app especially as the Monash app was researched & developed in Australia hence there are quite a few foods that we eat in the UK that are not listed on it. eg., blackcurrants. This is where the Fodmapedia app is brilliant. Clearly , the developer conducts his own in-depth research to determine if missing Monash app foods are low or high FODMAP. Definitely worth paying the fee in my opinion. Highly recommend.
Love the app as well as the great support that is provided. This app is the most comprehensive out there as it is constantly updated and provides more details than the others out there. I guess it’s true that you get what you pay for. Highly recommended.
Fodmapedia helps me on a daily basis, and I’m beginning to know myself well, so I manage to make some small deviations while still remaining cautious.
There is so much conflicting content on the internet; your data seemed to me to be the most reliable and exhaustive. Thank you very much for your work, without which I would still be having a hard time today identifying the foods that make me sick.