Our goal is to simplify life for people suffering from IBS

The Noba app allows you to scan food products when you are in the store, and gives an immediate answer as to whether the product or raw material could trigger symptoms.

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This is how the Noba app works

"Will this product cause stomach ache?"
Scan the barcode with the Noba app
Get an evaluation from our dietitians

Tens of thousands of satisfied users!

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I simply couldn't have managed without Noba! Many thanks for the work that is done behind the scenes, from everyone!
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This app is a lifesaver! Helps a lot for those of us who have to go on a low FODMAP diet and don't have a lot of time to cook at home! Absolutely brilliant! Keep up the good work!
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Very grateful for this very useful app!

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What is irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)?

IBS is a common disorder that affects the digestive system. The disease affects up to 1 billion world wide, and most are not even aware that they have it. Common complaints are abdominal pain, constipation, bloating and diarrhoea, but the severity varies widely. The most common way to deal with the disease is through diet.

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What are FODMAPs?

IBS is a common disorder that affects the digestive system. The disease affects up to 1 billion world wide, and most are not even aware that they have it. Common complaints are abdominal pain, constipation, bloating and diarrhoea, but the severity varies widely. The most common way to deal with the disease is through diet.

What is the Noba app?

It can be tiring to find out which foods you can and cannot eat when following a FODMAP diet. That is why we have developed an app in collaboration with clinical nutritionists that makes the job much easier.

The app is made for you who have been diagnosed with IBS by a doctor, and contains an updated database of food found in your local supermarkets. You can easily scan the barcode on the product with your mobile phone when you are in the store to find out whether the food is edible or not.

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Food diary, recipes and much more!

The app contains inspiring and tasty recipes from several well-known bloggers and cookbook authors. In addition, you get a diary where you log your food intake and symptoms, so that you can map over time what your body is reacting to.

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