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Description

This mobile food and symptoms diary enables you to narrow down food intolerances such as lactose, histamine or sorbitol intolerance, fructose malabsorption or food allergies. It can also be used to determine your personal threshold (tolerance level) for different foods once a diagnosis has been made.
The app contains neither advertisements nor any hidden costs such as in-app purchases.
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Why use this app?
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If you believe that you may be suffering from some form of food intolerance or food allergy it is essential to keep a food and symptoms diary for about 2 weeks. With the help of such a food and journal, the medical professional you are consulting can narrow down the reasons for your symptoms. This means they can focus on the right follow-up (eg. H2 breath test) and thus reach an accurate diagnosis.

The app can also be used after diagnosis. Different foods need to be tested to establish a person’s individual tolerance level, e.g. fructose or FODMAP levels. Therefore, keeping a food and symptoms diary makes sense.

The app is simple and intuitive. You can record your daily meals by entering them into the journal or simply taking a photo. You can also track your bowel movement or note your symptoms as well as the degree of severity and produce a clearly readable PDF which you can take to your doctor’s appointment. Symptoms can also be recorded by taking a photo, which is especially useful when you have symptoms such as rashes or other skin changes.

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
The app can also be used for recording the symptoms of inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease.

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Also patients who follow a FODMAP diet due to IBS may use this app to track their nutrition and symptoms.

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Questions or comments?
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This app has its own support forum at www.food-intolerance-network.com. If you do find any bugs please drop us a line on the website so we can fix them as fast as possible. Thank you!
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The symptoms diary app needs the following permissions:
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+ Photos/Media/Files, Camera: You can, for example, take a picture of your meals or ingredients lists; The files are stored on your device (SD card); The data you enter will also be stored on your device.
+ Identity, Contacts: the app will access your “me” contact information in order to copy your email address, name and date of birth (if you have entered this information into your device) in order to personalize the diary for your doctor. These settings can be changed at any time. The app will NOT read or access any other details in your contacts and will not send any such data back to us.
+ Other: With this app you can create and send a PDF file using the network connection of your phone. There are additional reading materials (e.g. Help & Support) which can only be accessed via the internet. The license authentication is also acquired via the internet. The notifications need the phone to prevent from sleeping and run at startup.

 $2.73 in Google Play

Screenshots

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Version History

Launched Jun 15, 2015 (almost 4 years ago).

Releasing new versions every 3 months, on average.

Jul 15
2018
(Current)
Version 1.5.1

+ Import / Export your diary, e.g. to transfer your collected data to another device

Feb 22
2018
Version 1.4.7

+ minor bugfixes

Feb 21
2018
Version 1.4.6

+ New: track your bowel movement / Bugfix
+ Optimization of PDF export
+ Improved in-app help
+ minor bugfixes

Feb 20
2018
Version 1.4.5

+ New: track your bowel movement
+ Optimization of PDF export
+ Improved in-app help
+ minor bugfixes

Mar 16
2017
Version 1.3.9

+ Spanisch
+ Türkisch
+ Symptom-Levels in der Tagesübersicht
+ Symptom-Leves im PDF
+ PDF Export mit oder ohne Bilder
+ Druckfreundlichkeit des PDFs verbessert
+ PDF Schriftart ausgetauscht

Sep 28
2016
Version 1.3.4

New in this version:
+ Notes in PDF have been fixed

Aug 29
2016
Version 1.3.2

New in this version:
+ Full Android 6 compatibility

May 12
2016
Version 1.2.9

App does not work on all Android 6 devices!
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New in this version:
+ Preparations for Android 6 (App on some devices not yet working!)
+ SDK version update
+ Minor bugfixes

Jan 18
2016
Version 1.2.2

Jan 01
2016
Version 1.2.1

Dec 22
2015
Version 1.2

Jul 29
2015
Version 1.1

This mobile food and symptoms diary enables you to narrow down food intolerances such as lactose, histamine or sorbitol intolerance, fructose malabsorption or food allergies. It can also be used to determine your personal threshold (tolerance level) for different foods once a diagnosis has been made. The app contains neither advertisements nor any hidden costs such as in-app purchases.
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Why use this app?
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If you believe that you may be suffering from some form of food intolerance or food allergy it is essential to keep a food diary. With the help of a food and symptoms diary, the medical professional you are consulting can narrow down the reasons for your symptoms. This means they can focus on the right follow-up (eg. H2 breath test) and thus reach an accurate diagnosis.
The app can also be used after diagnosis. Different foods need to be tested to establish a person’s individual tolerance level. Therefore, keeping a symptoms or a food diary makes sense.
The app is simple and intuitive. You can record your daily meals by entering them into the diary or simply taking a photo. You can also note your symptoms as well as the degree of severity and produce a clearly readable PDF which you can take to your doctor’s appointment. Symptoms can also be recorded by taking a photo, which is especially useful when you have symptoms such as rashes or other skin changes.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
The app can also be used for recording the symptoms of inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease.
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Questions or comments?
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This app has its own support forum at www.food-intolerance-network.com. If you do find any bugs please drop us a line on the website so we can fix them as fast as possible. Thank you!
----
The symptoms diary app needs the following permissions:
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+ Photos/Media/Files, Camera: You can, for example, take a picture of your meals or ingredients lists; The files are stored on your device (SD card); The data you enter will also be stored on your device.
+ Identity, Contacts: the app will access your “me” contact information in order to copy your email address, name and date of birth (if you have entered this information into your device) in order to personalize the diary for your doctor. These settings can be changed at any time. The app will NOT read or access any other details in your contacts and will not send any such data back to us.
+ Other: With this app you can create and send a PDF file using the network connection of your phone. There are additional reading materials (e.g. Help & Support) which can only be accessed via the internet. The license authentication is also acquired via the internet. The notifications need the phone to prevent from sleeping and run at startup.

Jun 15
2015
Version 1.0

This mobile food and symptoms diary enables you to narrow down food intolerances such as lactose, histamine or sorbitol intolerance, fructose malabsorption or food allergies. It can also be used to determine your personal threshold (tolerance level) for different foods once a diagnosis has been made. The app contains neither advertisements nor any hidden costs such as in-app purchases.
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Why use this app?
-----
If you believe that you may be suffering from some form of food intolerance or food allergy it is essential to keep a food diary. With the help of a food and symptoms diary, the medical professional you are consulting can narrow down the reasons for your symptoms. This means they can focus on the right follow-up (eg. H2 breath test) and thus reach an accurate diagnosis.
The app can also be used after diagnosis. Different foods need to be tested to establish a person’s individual tolerance level. Therefore, keeping a symptoms or a food diary makes sense.
The app is simple and intuitive. You can record your daily meals by entering them into the diary or simply taking a photo. You can also note your symptoms as well as the degree of severity and produce a clearly readable PDF which you can take to your doctor’s appointment. Symptoms can also be recorded by taking a photo, which is especially useful when you have symptoms such as rashes or other skin changes.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
The app can also be used for recording the symptoms of inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease.
-----
Questions or comments?
-----
This app has its own support forum at www.food-intolerance-network.com. If you do find any bugs please drop us a line on the website so we can fix them as fast as possible. Thank you!
----
The symptoms diary app needs the following permissions:
----
+ Photos/Media/Files, Camera: You can, for example, take a picture of your meals or ingredients lists; The files are stored on your device (SD card); The data you enter will also be stored on your device.
+ Identity, Contacts: the app will access your “me” contact information in order to copy your email address, name and date of birth (if you have entered this information into your device) in order to personalize the diary for your doctor. These settings can be changed at any time. The app will NOT read or access any other details in your contacts and will not send any such data back to us.
+ Other: With this app you can create and send a PDF file using the network connection of your phone. There are additional reading materials (e.g. Help & Support) which can only be accessed via the internet. The license authentication is also acquired via the internet. The notifications need the phone to prevent from sleeping and run at startup.

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