On this page, I’ve gathered the best tools and resources for handling fructose malabsorption. Stay tuned, as I will add new stuff, as soon as I discover other useful resources. Enjoy!
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The best food diary apps for fructose malabsorption
Food and Symptoms Diary (Android):
Food and symptoms diary app for revealing connections between ingested food and symptoms. It can also be used to determine your personal threshold (tolerance level) for specific kinds of food.
mySymptoms Food Diary & Symptom Tracker (Android):
Another excellent food diary app with diagnostic functionality, such as analyzing emerging patterns between diet and symptoms, and the option for generating pdf reports.
mySymptoms Food Diary & Symptom Tracker (iOS):
The same app for iOS users. Enjoy!
A food diary template for keeping track of your fructose malabsorption symptoms
Must-have drug for eating everything despite fructose malabsorption
FructoZym (Biogena), Eat Anything, XYLOSOLV (Stada), Fructaid (Pro Natura):
Xylose Isomerase enzyme for converting excess fructose into glucose. It helps your body significantly in absorbing fructose-rich foods. You can find further information here. Depending on where you are living, it’s one of these products.
Some great apps for searching the fructose content of specific foods
Food Intolerances (Android):
This food app covers a variety of different subjects, such as fructose malabsorption, lactose intolerance and much more. It has a huge database of foods, drinks, and their specific fructose content. You can browse any food within seconds due to its integrated search functionality.
Food Intolerances (iOS):
The same app for iOS users.
A nice fructose malabsorption cookbook
“This guide offers you help and advice! It is a guide and cook book for people suffering from fructose malabsorption (and lactose or histamine intolerance). It includes info about food intolerances, food tables and recipes suitable for fructose, histamine, lactose intolerance and gluten sensitivity.”
Some handy food infographics
Do you know further useful resources? Let us know!
Also, don’t miss the low FODMAP diet resources, if you want to have the best resources for dealing with fructose malabsorption by following a low FODMAP diet.