Coeliac disease apps

There are a variety of apps to support people with coeliac disease. Some are in the form of a diary to help you track the food you're eating and your symptoms, while others may help you make safer food choices.

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Apps for people with coeliac disease

App name Description Clinical score

Coeliac Care Program

An online course for people with coeliac disease to find out more about the condition, and includes gluten-free recipes, meal planning tools and dietitian session. Read more about Coeliac Care Program.

FoodSwitch app

An app to help you find out what’s in the food you’re eating, so you can make simple switches to healthier options, including gluten-free options. Read more about FoodSwitch app.

 

 Four out of five stars

My Healthy Gut 

An app for people wanting to learn about gut health, including people with coeliac disease and gluten intolerance. Read more about My Healthy Gut

 

My Symptoms Food Diary

 

An app to track the content of meals, drinks, medicines and supplements, as well as a range of symptoms (nausea, headache, diarrhoea, stomach pain, bloating, eczema, hay fever, heartburn and gas), plus bowel movements, energy and sleep quality. Read more about My Symptoms Food Diary.

 

Excluded app: Gluten Free NZ 
This app was last updated in 2013. Since it has not been updated recently, it is likely to be missing several foods. Read more: Gluten Free NZ Dietitians NZ

Other apps you may find useful

  • Healthy eating apps – apps that encourage healthy eating by helping you make better food choices. Read more about healthy eating apps.
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) apps – apps that help you track your symptoms and identify high and low FODMAP foods. Read more about irritable bowel syndrome apps.

Disclaimer: Health Navigator’s app library is a free consumer service to help you decide whether a health app would be suitable for you. Our review process is independent. We have no relationship with the app developers or companies and no responsibility for the service they provide. This means that if you have an issue with one of the apps we have reviewed, you will need to contact the app developer or company directly.

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