Low - FODMAP Diet  for Micromax Bolt A69

Low - FODMAP Diet

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Super-simple utility to help you quickly find what foods are suggested for a Low-FODMAP diet

Micromax Bolt A69 smartphone was launched in May 2014. The phone comes with a 4.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 pixels by 854 pixels.

The Micromax Bolt A69 is powered by 1GHz dual-core Broadcom BCM21663 processor and it comes with 512MB of RAM. The phone packs 4GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 32GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Micromax Bolt A69 packs a 5-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 0.3-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

The Micromax Bolt A69 runs Android 4.2 and is powered by a 1800mAh removable battery.

The Micromax Bolt A69 is a dual SIM (GSM and GSM) smartphone that accepts Regular and Regular. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM and 3G. Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor and Accelerometer.

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How to download Low - FODMAP Diet form Micromax Bolt A69?

  1. Check the Android version to verify compatibility of Low - FODMAP Diet with Micromax Bolt A69.
    Find Android version: go to "Settings" - "About the phone" - "Android version". Make sure Low - FODMAP Diet is compatible with Micromax Bolt A69.
  2. Click the download button to download Low - FODMAP Diet in Micromax Bolt A69.
  3. Once the download and installation are complete, find Low - FODMAP Diet in your home screen and tap the icon to open it.

App Reviews for Micromax Bolt A69

  • A Google User
    Good tool!
    Very comprehensive list, only minus the food should be editable for personal diets
  • A Google User
    Thank you!
    Great way to see what foods may make my daughter's symptoms worse. Would love to add custom items and ability to email/sms to babysitter.
  • A Google User
    Best list of foods I have found!
    One request is to have alternative suggestions for foods that are red flagged so we know what we can eat in place of that item. Margerine for instance...what can I use instead of that?
  • A Google User
    Helpful
    Nice to have this list handy.
  • A Google User
    Great simple list
    Very useful to have this list easy to refer to! I would like to see a feature to allow you to look at only the not allowed foods or only the allowed foods
  • A Google User
    Great app really helps my malasorbtion of some fructoses :)
  • A Google User
    Handy
    Very handy. Would be great if there was a community option where people can log the foods specific to them and known avoid foods. That way we would see diets emerging that may work for specific problems. E.g. I know garlic and onions are my no.1 avoid foods.
  • A Google User
    Really handy to have at hand. Every little bit helps.
  • A Google User
    Exactly the type of app I need. However does not include all foods. Still great.
  • A Google User
    Fantastic app
    Brilliant app, an absolute life saver. Makes shopping much easier. Can't wait for more updates!
  • Angela Sheldon
    Being an IBS Sufferer
    This app makes life so much easier for eating out. No more guessing or trying to remember what is & isn't on the list.
  • A Google User
    Useful, quick & simple
    Looking forward to a more comprehensive list. Increase specificity by explaining what in fritata is ok
  • A Google User
    excellent app, very helpful thanks so much.
  • Louise Spinks
    Basic but good
    Similarly to others, more extensive listing would assist.
  • A Google User
    Good base!
    Great base for a really great low FODMAP app! It's free, so I really can't complain (and I'm not, I promise!) but this could be a PERFECT app if some modifications were made. For instance, it's very obvious the food list is quite Americanised, so a lot of items are missing that are common in an Australian or British diet. So it would be great if we could add our own custom foods. Either that, or make the list much more extensive (maybe take suggestions from your current user base? we're here and we'd love to help you!) and then categorise the foods so it isn't such a massive scrollable list. I do appreciate that the list is from a variety of sources, and the ok/not sure/can't eat ratings, because it really does differ from person to person. It's also a really clean UI. Some things in the list were a bit confusing e.g. "french toast" (unless it's made with gluten-free bread) and "gelato" (most flavours would contain milk solids).
  • A Google User
    Great app
    Great help. would be cool to add own ones or rate items
  • A Google User
    Makes choice easier
    There is such a range of foods we can and can't eat - so much that I can't remember it all. Having this app makes choosing what I buy and eat so much more convenient and easier.
  • A Google User
    This is a big help.
    It's nice having a memory aid, but it would be nicer if I could tailor the list to my needs. I would love to be able to add foodstuffs.
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