Simply track what you eat, your symptoms and moods and Endive will help you identify correlations in a visual graph form.
Food is a common trigger of digestive symptoms. Avoiding certain foods or keeping a low FODMAP diet can dramatically improve issues like gas, bloating, stomach pain, diarrhoea, constipation and others.
However, everyone is different and there is no one-size-fits-all IBS diet: Keeping a diary of what you eat and how you feel is vital to learning what triggers your symptoms.
Take charge of your digestion and gut health.
Add custom foods and symptoms that are personal to you and track them together with the others. Endive knows recipes and breaks them down into ingredients to make IBS tracking faster and more efficient.
If you have a condition you know about, but want to optimise your diet to help improve your symptoms, Endive helps you keep track of what you have eaten and how you feel, both physically and psychologically. This allows you to learn how your body reacts to different foods , or which triggers (e.g. anxiety, depression) are causing you symptoms.
WIDE RANGING TRACKER
Endive helps you manage conditions such as:
IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)
Food intolerance and sensitivities (such as Dairy, Wheat/Gluten, Lactose)
SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth)
Migraines & cluster headaches
Skin issues (such as Eczema, Acne)
Period / menstrual cycle related issues
Bloating, heartburn, and many other digestive conditions
Want to track your FODMAP diet?
FODMAPs are types of carbohydrates that are poorly absorbed by the body. Studies show strong links between them and digestive IBS symptoms. A low FODMAP diet can have remarkable benefits if you struggle with these issues.
If you want to take your tracking to the next level, get weekly reports with Endive Plus that highlight high and low FODMAP foods in your diet so you can learn which of them might have caused your symptoms.
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