Food Intolerances App

Low FODMAP Diet, Histamine Intolerance & more

The app Food Intolerances was developed to help everyone who has been diagnosed with a food intolerance and helps you answer the often difficult question: What can I still eat? The food lists range from essential goods to exotic products and enable you to add more variety to your diet. The app also covers food additives, and offers multiple profiles so you can adapt it exactly to your needs.
App for lactose intolerance

Lactose intolerance

Lactose intolerance is a very common condition. Lactose can be found in dairy products and many processed foods. Our app indicates the lactose content accompanied by detailed remarks that help you choose suitable foods.

App for fructose intolerance

Fructose intolerance

Our app is the perfect guide if you suffer from fructose intolerance. It contains the following information for more than 1000 foods:

  • fructose content
  • glucose content
  • sucrose content
  • fructose/glucose ratio
  • excess fructose

Sorbitol intolerance

Sorbitol and fructose intolerance occur together very frequently, that's why both options can be easily combined in our app.

Setup of the FODMAP diet in the app

Low FODMAP diet

FODMAP is a collective term for several carbohydrates and sugar alcohols that are poorly absorbed in the small intestine:

  • fructose
  • sorbitol
  • lactose
  • certain fibers (e.g. fructans, galactans, oligo-fructose)

By activating this option, you can see the combined FODMAP content in our food table.

Oligosaccharides and FODMAP

Problematic fibers (e.g. fructans and oligosaccharides)

Certain fibers that occur in onions or legumes may have a negative impact on irritable bowel syndrome. This topic is also examined in detail in our app.

Food Intolerances App: Strawberries and histamine intolerance

Histamine intolerance

Our app helps you manage your histamine intolerance and identify suitable foods. It tells you the histamine content and amount of biogenic amines and informs you about histamine liberators and DAO inhibitors.

What is histamine intolerance?

Tyramine intolerance

Tyramine is a biogenic amine that can trigger migraine headaches when ingested in large quantities. Tyramine must also be avoided when you are on MAO inhibitor drugs. Tyramine sensitivity can be configured independently from histamine intolerance.

Salicylate intolerance

Salicylate intolerance (or Aspirin intolerance)

The data about the salicylic acid content of foods is by far worse than most affected people realize. Dietary recommendations are mostly based on a study that is more than 35 years old. We evaluated all available studies about this topic and put together a comprehensive database.

More food allergies setup

Further topics

Our app also covers the following topics:

  • Gluten intolerance and celiac disease
  • Nickel allergy and low nickel diet (in-app expansion)

More allergy profiles
Wheat, soy, yeast, milk, egg, meat, beef, pork, fish and honey

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Reliable scientific data

Over the last 10 years we have consulted hundreds of scientific articles, studies, specialist books and internationally renowned food databases and created a comprehensive reference work for people with food intolerances. All our sources are listed in the app to ensure absolute transparency.

Lactose intolerance

Lactose intolerance is a very common condition. Lactose can be found in dairy products and many processed foods. Our app indicates the lactose content accompanied by detailed remarks that help you choose suitable foods.
App for lactose intolerance
App for fructose intolerance

Fructose intolerance

Our app is the perfect guide if you suffer from fructose intolerance. It contains the following information for more than 1000 foods:

  • fructose content
  • glucose content
  • sucrose content
  • fructose/glucose ratio
  • excess fructose

Sorbitol intolerance

Sorbitol and fructose intolerance occur together very frequently, that's why both options can be easily combined in our app.

Low FODMAP diet

FODMAP is a collective term for several carbohydrates and sugar alcohols that are poorly absorbed in the small intestine:

  • fructose
  • sorbitol
  • lactose
  • certain fibers (e.g. fructans, galactans, oligo-fructose)

By activating this option, you can see the combined FODMAP content in our food table.

Setup of the FODMAP diet in the app
Oligosaccharides and FODMAP

Problematic fibers (e.g. fructans and oligosaccharides)

Certain fibers that occur in onions or legumes may have a negative impact on irritable bowel syndrome. This topic is also examined in detail in our app.

Histamine intolerance

Our app helps you manage your histamine intolerance and identify suitable foods. It tells you the histamine content and amount of biogenic amines and informs you about histamine liberators and DAO inhibitors.

What is histamine intolerance?

Tyramine intolerance

Tyramine is a biogenic amine that can trigger migraine headaches when ingested in large quantities. Tyramine must also be avoided when you are on MAO inhibitor drugs. Tyramine sensitivity can be configured independently from histamine intolerance.
Food Intolerances App: Strawberries and histamine intolerance
Salicylate intolerance

Salicylate intolerance (or aspirin intolerance)

The data about the salicylic acid content of foods is by far worse than most affected people realize. Dietary recommendations are mostly based on a study that is more than 35 years old. We evaluated all available studies about this topic and put together a comprehensive database.

Further topics

Our app also covers the following topics:

  • Gluten intolerance and celiac disease
  • Nickel allergy and low nickel diet (in-app expansion)

More allergy profiles
Wheat, soy, yeast, milk, egg, meat, beef, pork, fish and honey

More food allergies setup
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Reliable scientific data

Over the last 10 years we have consulted hundreds of scientific articles, studies, specialist books and internationally renowned food databases and created a comprehensive reference work for people with food intolerances. All our sources are listed in the app to ensure absolute transparency.

Download now!

Get the ultimate guide for food intolerances. Available for iOS and Android.
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Awards

Our Food Intolerances App is recommended by many physicians and nutritionists and enjoys great popularity among its users. It has received several awards.
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MeinAllergiePortal
Digital Health Heroes Award
2021

Healthline
Best Allergies Apps of the Year
2020

Focus Money 15/2019
"Best App" in the category Health – Sustainable and healthy

iMore.com
Best Food Nutrition Apps
2017

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MeinAllergieportal
Digital Health Heroes Award
2021

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Healthline
Best Allergies Apps of the Year
2020

Focus Money 15/2019
"Best App" in the category Health – Sustainable and healthy

iMore.com
Best Food Nutrition Apps
2017

What our users think

Our Food Intolerances app has an excellent reputation among its users! The app already has more than 2,700 App Store ratings worldwide with an average of 4.5. But take a look for yourself:
Extremely helpful!
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kesorensen

This app has helped so much. Finding out I have intolerances was really overwhelming and I felt like I couldn’t figure out what to eat without help. This app helps me tremendously and I reference it all the time. Without it, I’d be struggling to figure out what my triggers were and what I can eat. I recommend this app for anyone who has food allergies and/or intolerances.
Fabulous app
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pokelet

This is one of the best apps I’ve ever used. Ever. Packed with information. Very well designed and easy to use.
Use it all the time
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RedCoat­4Ever

Excellent, just excellent! Very useful in a restaurant when you see stuff you dont usually eat. Quick check and then you're good.
Nothing like this
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Miket3679

This is a great app! The information they include is nothing like any other app that I have found. There are so many different settings to tweak it just the way you want and include all your sensitivities. It’s just great! Give it a try and the price for the upgrade is well worth it and a steal in my opinion. Keep up the great work on this life saver of an app, it’s helped me so much. Thank you!!
Where has this APP been all my life?
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Princess­ml74

Absolutely life changing for me. Wow.
The best app for allergies
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Yoinaz

Couldn't find any better app than this. Thumbs up 👍

Helpful articles

Our most recent blog articles

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I’m lactose-intolerant. Should I use lactose-free butter?
If you have recently been diagnosed with a lactose intolerance, you may be unsure of what you can and cannot eat, which might mean that you carefully avoid anything that could potentially contain lactose, including butter.

Learn more…
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Does glucose increase the absorption of fructose in the intestine?
“Eat some glucose with a serving of fruit and your body will better absorb the fructose contained in the food.” Such a statement can be found on many a nutrition website, along with the claim that just one glucose tablet can remedy any digestive ailment. But is this actually the case? The idea that consuming glucose can improve the absorption of fructose makes sense in theory, since it tilts the fructose-glucose ratio in favor of glucose. In practice, however, this is not borne out by the facts.

Learn more…

Our most recent blog articles

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I’m lactose-intolerant. Should I use lactose-free butter?
If you have recently been diagnosed with a lactose intolerance, you may be unsure of what you can and cannot eat, which might mean that you carefully avoid anything that could potentially contain lactose, including butter.

Learn more…
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Does glucose increase the absorption of fructose in the intestine?
“Eat some glucose with a serving of fruit and your body will better absorb the fructose contained in the food.” Such a statement can be found on many a nutrition website, along with the claim that just one glucose tablet can remedy any digestive ailment. But is this actually the case? The idea that consuming glucose can improve the absorption of fructose makes sense in theory, since it tilts the fructose-glucose ratio in favor of glucose. In practice, however, this is not borne out by the facts.

Learn more…

Overview of all the topics in the app

Pseudo allergies
  • Histamine intolerance and Mastocytosis (considers histamine and tyramine contents of food, histamine liberators, biogenic amines and DAO inhibitors)
  • Tyramine intolerance
  • Salicylate or aspirin intolerance
Low FODMAP diet
  • Fructose malabsorption (considers fructose content, excess fructose and fructose to glucose ratio)
  • Sorbitol intolerance
  • Lactose intolerance
  • Problematic fibers
Allergies
  • Gluten
  • Nickel allergy (nickel content of foods – in-app purchase)
Additional dietary profiles
Wheat, Soy, Yeast, Sulfites, Milk, Egg, Meat, Beef, Pork, Seafood and Honey
Pseudo allergies
  • Histamine intolerance and Mastocytosis (considers histamine and tyramine contents of food, histamine liberators, biogenic amines and DAO inhibitors)
  • Tyramine intolerance
  • Salicylate or aspirin intolerance
Low FODMAP diet
  • Fructose malabsorption (considers fructose content, excess fructose and fructose to glucose ratio)
  • Sorbitol intolerance
  • Lactose intolerance
  • Problematic fibers
Allergies
  • Gluten
  • Nickel allergy (nickel content of foods – in-app purchase)
Additional dietary profiles
Wheat, Soy, Yeast, Sulfites, Milk, Egg, Meat, Beef, Pork, Seafood and Honey