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My Low FODMAP  Life - recipes and inspiration

This App is for you, who are following the Low FODMAP diet, and needs inspiration for your daily meals

This App is for you, who are following the Low FODMAP diet, and needs inspiration for your daily meals

My Low FODMAP Life - recipes and inspiration

by SILECI
My Low FODMAP  Life - recipes and inspiration
My Low FODMAP  Life - recipes and inspiration
My Low FODMAP  Life - recipes and inspiration

What is it about?

This App is for you, who are following the Low FODMAP diet, and needs inspiration for your daily meals. The purpose is simple: Switch between breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and snacks – depending on which kind of food, you are cooking.

My Low FODMAP  Life - recipes and inspiration

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
12Mb
Genre
Food & Drink Health & Fitness
Last updated
May 4, 2016
Release date
May 4, 2016
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App Store Description

This App is for you, who are following the Low FODMAP diet, and needs inspiration for your daily meals. The purpose is simple: Switch between breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and snacks – depending on which kind of food, you are cooking.

The recipes are developed from a Low FODMAP-perspective and try to accommodate the need for a healthy and balanced diet, although there is also room for the unhealthy food. The app is based on recipes that are mostly lactose- and gluten free. Furthermore, the app is an extension of the Instagram-profile @Mylowfodmaplife – follow for weekly updates on new recipes and inspiration.

The Low FODMAP diet is intended for those, who are suffering from IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), but people with other gastric-related diseases/discomfort can expect improved conditions by following the diet as well.
‘FODMAP’ stands for Fermentable, Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides And Polyols. The idea is to avoid the FODMAPS, which for 70 % of the IBS cases improved their symptoms.

The recipes are developed in the light of Australian researchers and their recommendations on eating low FODMAP. However, the level of tolerated FODMAPs can differ from person to person. It is, therefore, important to listen to your ‘gut’ and maybe find your own way of eating low FODMAP.