Gain insights into your diet and health. Track your meals with a few simple taps of your favorite foods, set the intensity of any symptoms experienced, and then run the analysis to see if any patterns emerge between your diet and symptoms. Print a PDF report of your diary/journal.
DIARY / JOURNAL
+ Record food, drink, medication, mood, stress, exercise, environmental factors, and other activities and notes
+ Record any symptoms you experience (including adding your own)
+ Record your energy, sleep quality, and bowel movements (using Bristol scale)
+ Export your food diary as PDF or CSV
+ Multi-user – keep a diary for each member of the family
+ Password protection option
+ Discover if there are any patterns between your diet and symptoms
+ Configure the required date range to analyze
+ Summary and trend charts shown for each food and symptom
HOW TO USE
+ Simply begin by tracking your meals along with any symptoms you experience
+ Over time, the more you track, the more the analysis algorithms have to work with to provide any insights
mySymptoms is used by sufferers of:
+ IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
+ IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)
+ Food intolerance and sensitivities such as dairy, gluten, lactose
+ Acid reflux
+ Crohn’s disease
+ Celiac disease
+ Ulcerative colitis
+ Migraines & cluster headaches
+ Bloating, heartburn, and many other digestive conditions
mySymptoms is also useful for recording a FODMAP diet.
Please note that the analysis algorithms use statistical methods to identify suspect foods/items and do not understand your diet or specific health circumstances.
The information provided by this app is not medical advice. Always consult a doctor if you have any concerns about your health. Always consult a licensed health professional prior to modifying your diet.
Please note that mySymptoms does not currently provide data sync between devices. This functionality is planned for a future update.
*** SUPPORT ***
If you experience any issues with mySymptoms, then please contact support to report it – we will then do our utmost to resolve the issue as soon as possible. Thanks!
Please visit www.mysymptoms.net
General enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org