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Monash University FODMAP Diet Negative Reviews

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Monash University FODMAP diet App Complaints & User Negative Comments

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DONT WASTE YOUR MONEYIf I could give it a zero I would. It promises all these recipes but it’s literally just a list of foods. And half the time you can’t even search for what you’re looking for. It’s whatever info they put into it. It’s lacking in all areas as an app. There’s nothing interactive about it. When you log your meals you literally write everything out. It would be easier if you could create recipes and save them and log them. But in the end, it was a complete waste of money. I found out all of this info that’s offered for free by doing my own research. They gouged because it’s some “university” but its a WASTE OF MONEY. And they won’t even give me my money back..Version: 3.0.3

Potential to be much betterInteresting concept but hard to find a lot of foods, and whilst possible to keep a food diary this isn’t linked to the rest of the content. Would be ideal to add foods from the list into the food diary to easily see whitch cause symptoms.Version: 3.0.6

No actual FODMAP valuesDoesn’t show you actual FODMAP content in foods only low/medium/high. How hard would it be to show exactly how much mannitol is in sweet potatoes for example?.Version: 3.0.4

OrzoNice 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..Version: 3.0.4

Pretty terribleVery basic app with a small variety of basic foods/ ingredients. Almost no store bought food other than brumbies bread and a single brand of health snack bar?? There should be entire ranges of common meals to view, and a huge range of store bought foods and homemade dishes. Basic ingredients (no foods, dishes, meals etc) and a basic interface that shouldn’t come close to charging $12 let alone anything. Especially as Australia’s top bought apps at this price it makes you wander what the University is doing with that money. There are free apps for calorie counting that offer a vastly better database of foods than this app offers..Version: 3.0.2

Much more US sources neededThis ap is truly a God send!thank you! The only reason I didn't give you all stars was because I live in America... I am into eating gluten free no dairy and organic... I noticed that your companies that you verified as true to good ingredients was seriously limited...How about Udis, Tinkyada,Pamelas products! ... just to name a few!This ap even ehen switched to American???? really I dont have a clue what much of the products are! Never heard of. An instant coffee? really? Everyone I know enjoy organic grown coffee... drip coffee the real deal! Instant!? yuk! You need several Americans on your team. But you are wonderful & helping many... nothing like this exists in the US Thank you thank you & Im trying to help by giving good criticism. good luck! Summer Weisel.Version: 3.0.3

Confusing food listingsIt is unclear which foods are high or low as there are several similar listings with contradictory labels. This needs to be straightened out or else this app is of very little use for identifying the foods to eat or avoid. The diary element is good..Version: 3.0.6

Waste of moneyThe 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.Version: 2.0.10

Recipe woesThe 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..Version: 2.0.8

Needs lots more contentIn my experience the app is missing a lot of the foods I eat regularly. I often find myself googling foods which defeats the point really. The diets been good for me and when it works the app is fine. It is a little ugly with spelling mistakes and contradictory information which I wouldn’t really care about but this isn’t a cheap app. I expected a lot more..Version: 3.0.2

Canada Français svpCanada français serait apprécié! Merci.Version: 2.0.9

Not quite working for me.Great app concept and purpose but I can't get the filters to work properly for me. It constantly tells me to avoid foods high in sugars I haven't selected as having an issue with. Maybe I'm doing something wrong..Version: 1.1.2

Informative guideThis is my first review of any App. The App enables me to understand the scientific background well. However, I find that it would be more useful if the app could update my input e.g. shopping list from one device to another. I spent a long time reviewing the recipes , then making a shopping list on my iPad, thinking it would update automatically on my iPhone and only then realising that was not the case. Other Apps have this facility. Frustratingly I also found that when I scroll down the recipes to find “other” to input my own recipe it wasn’t there...I couldn’t find it. I need to be able to do this so that I can accurately chart my food intake and be able to see the chart results at the end of each week and report to my dietician. it would be very useful in any future development of the App, to have a barcode reader for items bought so I could check the food product with the low FODMAP diet. This is available on another similar App. It is fair to say the traffic light system is easy to follow on the various food categories. Finally from my personal experience ...It would have been so useful if there had been some contact information to assist me in the use of the App..Version: 2.0.9

New Update Not As FunctionalI 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..Version: 2.0.5

Good appWould give 5 stars but they have removed the traffic light system from the shopping lists. Developers... Please bring this back!.Version: 3.0.1

UselessMost of the information on the app is widely available across the internet. What would be helpful is a combination of the FODMaPs research with a diary. For example, it is ok to eat one slice of white bread. What if that is combined with other products that contain fructose and I exceed a suggested limit? I was expecting an app that would be much more practical. Pick and choose the ingredients for the meal that I am going to consume and log them in my diary and summarize the FODMaPs on a meal/daily basis. Rather than making a Google search for the FODMaP of an ingredient I’m typing the same thing into the app. This app has no incremental Value..Version: 3.0.4

Meh!Doesn’t function well and at £7.99 is not good value. I am happy to help fund research but this App needs work to justify its price tag. Can’t recommend..Version: 3.0.3

Inconsistent and IncompleteThis app doesn’t seem to have basic things that I thought I was supposed to avoid, such as chicory root/inulin which is in so many things. But it has chicory leaves (as green light) which I don’t think I’ve ever eaten. There are many things on here that I thought I COULD eat, such as corn and sweet potatoes, but now I learn I shouldn’t. OK, since Monash is the authority I will take their word for it. But... another example, the bread section is super confusing. I thought I couldn’t eat most bread but sourdough but when you search sourdough, it lists it both as red light and green light, along with white, wheat, and whole meal as both red/green as well. I don’t see what the difference is between the entries that make some red and some green. Therefore, I don’t know how I am supposed to follow this diet if I can’t even figure out what is OK to eat..Version: 2.0.9

Simple things overlookedI will start by saying that this app has helped me tremendously on this hellish diet, but there’s very simple things in the app that were overlooked that could be fixed in a second. Like I’ve noticed multiple recipes don’t have some measurements of ingredients listed which is mind boggling that you forgot simple numbers on things. I’m also highly frustrated not knowing what bread I can and cannot eat since there are a few contradictions in the food search regarding that. And I know you can’t add every food known to man, but knowing I can look up anything would be nice (even if it’s obvious I shouldn’t eat it...ex. marshmellos). Also in the recipes, it would be nice to know how many you can actually eat of the what is the serving size for each recipe because I had like 3 rice paper wraps and my stomach was in turmoil that night. This diet is already hard and frustrating enough so when I pay $8 to make it easier, I need it to be worth it. I’ll end with saying that overall this app is quite nice and helpful and reduces my anxiety knowing it’s certified but small things that can help and be fixed should be, specially if you’re going to charge me for an app that helps with an only ever temporary diet..Version: 3.0.3

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..Version: 3.0.4

Needs more workThe app has its ups and downs but mostly needs updates!! I find that if you don’t have data you can’t use the app while food shopping, which is annoying after paying that it’s not like saved or anything. Also the save options on what you eat. The log diary doesn’t have a log on what you have eaten during the day, it’s just save the name of your meals. Would be cool to save certain Veggies you had for lunch or something...Version: 3.0.3

IssuesJust 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..Version: 2.0.12

Not great for ukFoods in the list are from US supermarkets, so obviously a lot of the food types listed won’t mean much to uk people. I think that could have been made clearer before purchase. Did not have samphire or meringue or even creme fraiche in the database. An expensive app but not much use to me I’m afraid..Version: 3.0.4

It’s pretty good but recipes need to be reconfigured for one person.Fantastic guide to follow as far as which foods are safe and which are not, however the recipe section should have recipes configured for just one person. Most of us are battling IBS/SIBO symptoms alone and having a recipe that makes 4-6 servings is difficult to navigate and convert into just one serving size. Other than that, just add more recipes because there aren’t a ton to choose from! Thanks for all the hard work done already though, parts of this app are so impressive and helpful!.Version: 3.0.4

Food brands are not very relevantIf you live in the UK. I’m sure it is a great app with a lot of careful work involved in its development but this is a quite typical problem with the App Store. I regret spending the 7.99 and there should be a refund option as you do not find this out until you purchase it..Version: 2.0.8

Not worth moniesToo expensive App for what’s offering. I thought there might be lots of useful recipes based on low FODMAP products but very dissatisfied. I actually find other free apps with exactly same list of products high and low so definitely not worth spending a penny on this app..Version: 3.0.2

Why did you make updates that were worse? Do you not do user research with people who have ibs?Recently you made an update to the times which actually make it hard to record the data where I have to tap twice to edit the times? This was somehow easier to do before so I’m not sure why this change was introduced. Could you do voice dictation so that it types as you speak for the diary section? I find typing in food measurement the most cumbersome part. I do appreciate the clean interface and the simple logic that’s applied. Although it could do a bit more to help users spot or identify patterns in their behaviours so that they can see how it affects their symptoms such as sleeping patterns, quantity of liquids they’re consuming, how often they might feel symptoms throughout the week or if these symptoms only occur in the mornings etc. If the app could provide the analytics then it would be so useful to identify triggers in behaviours. For design, my only issue is that the British stool chart could perhaps make the stools look less realistic as doing the app in public or shared spaces can be a bit off putting, I personally don’t want to get my phone to do a diary entry and then for someone to see an image of my stool if that makes sense so more discretion would be good for privacy. Happy to comment on any other features if you want to get in touch as I study UX but also suffer from GI issues. More user research and testing would really help but I know that it’s not easy.Version: 3.0.5

My impressionThe guide looks well researched but lacks some features that would help us all. 1. be able to do a quick search for the food item you are interested in. 2. Cannot print out a list of all the items you have tagged for your own reference. 3 cannot print the not acceptable items for quick reference, or that fact all the right ones that are recommended. Cannot get it to print a shopping list, it sates delete items, delete shopping list but no print command. Maybe I am missing this feature. Requires going to the lap top for all searches. For a paid app I would expect more. The University has done great research but lack user friendliness and flexibility..Version: 3.0.4

It’s a confusionAlmost all the food has red light, it’s awesome that the app tells you how much amount of food you can eat without reaching the red light. However, it is confusing that some of the food that has been marked down as a green light food under certain amount without telling you how much you eat will be in the red zone or it’s totally safe to eat it as much as you want. Hopefully there’ll be an improvement..Version: 3.0.1

Needs to be more comprehensive to justify the priceThis app is way too basic in regards to checking which foods are low fodmap, and the recipes aren’t complete and clearly no one is checking them. I tried cooking the chicken cacciatore and not only are half the ingredients missing from the method, but it says to cook the veg before browning the chicken (very unsafe) and also to cook in the oven “on a medium heat” instead of specifying a temperature. The dieticians who write these recipes need some cooking lessons from real chefs..Version: 3.0.3

Don’t waste your moneyThe filters to just show Canadian products don’t work. They also list companies that are FODMAP Certified, but not the products they make that are. There are also inconsistencies between their website and the app 🤷🏼‍♀️ I spent $11 on this app and have to just look up everything online anyway..Version: 3.0.4

InformativeThis app was great, but it no longer allows me to search foods? It will let me type but will not search. Very irritating..Version: 3.0.4

Need more recipesThis app desperately needs more recipes and more variety..Version: 3.0.4

Version 3.0 is brokenThis app has been an extremely valuable resource for following a low fodmap diet but since the update to version 3.0 I am unable to access any of the 6 main sections on the homepage (most frustratingly the “food guide”) or the settings menu. Please fix ASAP otherwise the app is useless!.Version: 3.0

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..Version: 2.0.12

Wont downloadHave paid for this online yet nothing downloaded and am unimpressed.Version: 2.0.2

Missing basic ingredientsSweeteners in all categories, pitas, and many other ingredients and foods that are basic dietary staples are missing from this app. It’s like they developed it and then stopped adding any food to it (or stopped researching food to add to it). Google is a lot more helpful and this isn’t worth the $11 Cdn..Version: 3.0.4

Great app, food diary and symptom tracker SO confusing!!I really wish the food tracker was simpler. I have gone in over and over to try to figure it out and I just get lost. It would be a seriously useful tool. It feels when you’re in there that the developers thought it was such an important tool that they over thought it and made it waaaaay too complicated. I can’t figure out how to just simply put in my eggs, oats, and berries?! Help! It appears that it wants me to put in these elaborate recipes and they won’t go away..Version: 2.0.9

Complete DisappointmentI wasn’t able to find a FODMAP app that had the major things I was looking for...being able to look up food items and being able to easily track food items eaten with their portion. I took a leap when I bought this app for over $8 to be completely disappointed. It is no better, if not worse than the free apps!! Do not purchase this over priced app, try out all the free ones first! Perhaps if they added an easy food logging system as well as general packaged food items it would be a bit more of quality..Version: 3.0.4

Helpful howeverThis app helped me greatly find food offenders. It did not help me heal. I didn’t start healing until I eliminated sweeteners, vegetables and fruit completely. Rice flares my arthritis and sweeteners flare my back pain. Gluten gives me leaky gut. I season my food with herbs. From most to least, I consume beef, eggs, butter, pork, cheese, tuna, mayo, and fresh sourdough bread. I’m on cloud 9 and I have never felt so well. You could say my diet is a hybrid of low fiber and carnivore. I look forward to trying liver for the first time just for the benefits that I have read. Anyway, this app helped me get where I am today. I recommend it..Version: 3.0.4

Can’t share my diary reportI used to be able to share my diary report with my dietitian and now I can’t do it anymore. For an app that costs this much, I would expect to have better basic features... Also, it would be nice if we could actually take a picture of what we’re eating to register in the diary. As there’s a lot of Asian food/dishes that are not on the list, sometimes it’s easier to show the picture to my dietitian rather than writing it down on the app. There’s a lot of room for improvement..Version: 3.0.4

DisappointedApp came highly recommended for help with recipes and meal planning. Very very limited set of recipes so not particularly helpful..Version: 2.0.5

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..Version: 2.0.12

Complete waste of moneyExtremely basic, can’t imagine any actual nutritional knowledge has been used here- just a load of junk food options and really basic info you could find yourself online in 20 seconds! Really peeved I spent £7.99 on this! 🙄.Version: 2.0.9

Waste of moneyI am disappointed in my purchase of this app, I payed £8.99 and it doesn’t work efficiently. I changed the settings to UK only and I am still seeing US and other foods available in other countries that I am not interested in. Furthermore it seems the list is very limited and with promises of 100’s if available foods I am not seeing enough to guide me for this diet. I would recommend a barcode option for this app because it makes things a lot easier as finding individual products available to me is very difficult. I have downloaded free apps which have been a lot more useful so this doesn’t seem worth it to me..Version: 3.0.4

Info is thorough, but diary crashesI've found the content of this app invaluable in my search for low fodmap ingredients. Being that it comes from a reputable source makes it more reliable. Many internet sources can give two different answers about what is and what isn't considered a low fodmap food. Stick with this for reliable info. However, the loss of two stars comes from the fact that the app crashes. At the end of using it to record a week long account of food eaten and symptoms felt, on a daily basis , I reach the final day with a congratulations that I've completed the diary and can now print a report for my doctor. Imagine my disappointment when I am unable to get the app to prepare my report. I'd really like an update to fix this problem, as it is one of the main reasons for purchasing it in the first place..Version: 2.0.5

Keeps crashingThis was helpful but now it just keeps closing down....Version: 2.0.9

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..Version: 3.0.3

It’s okThere aren’t enough recipes, there are far more on the Monash website. It’s not updated very often..Version: 3.0.4

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).Version: 2.0.12

New version is painful to useThis 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 :-(.Version: 2.0.8

Some user improvements requiredHi app developers I hope you can see this, as the ‘Send Feedback’ option in the app doesn’t work. There are 2 things I hope you can fix: 1. I can generate diary reports for preview, but I can’t export it - nothing happens when I click the export icon. This would really help so I can print out the report. 2. It would be great if I can share data between devices (between my iPad and iPhone, for example). Thank you!.Version: 3.0.4

Kicks me outEvery time I try to navigate to previous diary day it kicks me out! Find it frustrating that I can't add individual items very easily! Was recommended this by nutritionist but I feel I have wasted my money!.Version: 2.0.5

FrustratedI 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!.Version: 2.0.6

Keeps crashingI am looking at products in the food guide. When I type the names in the search bar it kicks me out of the app. Actually now the search bar doesn’t work at all. Can you please fix it! For a pricey app it doesn’t really deliver what I paid for..Version: 3.0.4

Not great for UKWish I’d known this was really for Aus and US based ppl before I brought it. None of the brands are available in the UK - this would be ok if they stated it in all their advertising for the app. I’d appreciate a refund..Version: 3.0.2

It has been betterThe information in this app is fantastic! But the UI redesign a few months back has made navigation less intuitive and slower. PLUS it now prevents users from looking at FODMAP info when there is no internet connection - a real bummer since my supermarket has no reception..Version: 3.0.3

Confusing, low supportThe 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.Version: 3.0.4

Not worth the moneyThe 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..Version: 2.0.10

Could and should be so much betterFor £7.99 it is reasonable to expect decent functionality, this app is very disappointing. Although the traffic light system for foods is generally good there is sometimes a lack of explanation when standard sentences are merely included. Some of the recipes given include high FODMOP ingredients with no explanation which leads to confusion, and finally, the most frustrating thing is the diary which gives set recipes for meals in the first week and will not allow you to record actual foods eaten nor symptoms thereby rendering it absolutely useless. Would recommend only for the food lists but it is very expensive for that feature alone. Come on Monash, please do better then this..Version: 2.0.5

DON’T waste your moneyExtremely disappointed. You can’t use it for meal planning, which to me makes absolutely no sense. It is basically a list of foods with a grading system, and that’s it. You could find this list pretty much anywhere. Also it has almost no recipes It also does not work across devices. So you have to use it on one only, or reenter everything manually. This it absolutely useless. And I wish I hadn’t wasted my money. I have used an app for a long time, where you chose the meals and amounts four the week, and then it generates a shopping list. I loved it, unfortunately I now have so many things I cannot eat, so my doctor suggested this. I thought it would have a similar function. I have yet to discover any actual function in this app. I would give no star if I could..Version: 3.0.4

UpdateI absolutely loved this app until today. After the update I’ve now lost all of my previous data. I’ve been keeping a track for a few weeks and it’s all gone, including today’s data..Version: 3.0

Not very impressed, not worth moneyThe food guide and booklet are helpful but the diary function is awful! There are much better apps out there for this! The symptoms list is very limited. There’s no option to include notes, and seeing a diagram of your poo is a bit off-putting. The worst bit, however, is the food diary. Having to write out your ingredients and quantities for each meal is very time consuming, other apps have a scanning function and ‘frequently used’ options as well as the ability to record quantities easily!.Version: 3.0.7

Barely worth the moneyThis 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..Version: 3.0.3

I wish I never paid the moneyIt 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..Version: 3.0.2

Almost uselessDespite 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..Version: 3.0.3

App keeps closing!It keeps closing every time I try to search a food..Version: 3.0.4

Good data, Mediocre AppGreat list of reviewed foods, but the data entry and reporting capability is so poor that my dietician asks me to enter the data separately, as they cannot use the reports this app generates..Version: 3.0.4

Expected moreFor the price, I would like to see Canada added as a country. A scan function would also be very helpful in grocery stores..Version: 2.0.4

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AskPCOS is dedicated to the condition of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and is based on the best available evidence. ...