|MyHealthyGut||By KORE Digital Health Therapeutics Inc.|
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|Cost||Free (basic); paid (upgrade)
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What does the app do?
The app is divided into 4 main sections:
- Home – information about general digestive health, including how the gut works, gut bacteria and how lifestyle and eating habits affect your gut. This is available with the free and paid versions.
- Ready – the general digestive health section, which is available with the free version and has information on the top 25 pro-digestive foods and top 3 pro-digestive supplements. Information related to coeliac disease or gluten intolerance is only available with the paid upgrade.
- Set – information on meals plans, with one basic meal plan available with the free version and others available with paid upgrade.
- Go – comprises in-app packages for sale.
✔ Developed by a dietitian, health psychologist and tech entrepreneur, with feedback from dietitians, doctors and people with coeliac disease. The development process was outlined in a published journal article(external link).
✔ The complete package ($6.99) includes:
✘ No safe restaurant and grocery store lists.
Date of review: May 2019
Platform reviewed: Apple
Download size: 67.6 MB
Updated on: 1/12/2017
Dowd AJ, Jackson C, Tang KTY, et al. MyHealthyGut: development of a theory-based self-regulatory app to effectively manage celiac disease(external link) Mhealth. 2018 Jun 11;4:19.
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