Top iPhone apps for finding the nearest gluten-free restaurants or bakeries are great for celiac disease or food allergy diets, on iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad.
Even More Gluten-Free Gadget Apps!
Yesterday, we reviewed the first five of our list, the 10 Best iPhone Apps for Celiac Disease. And now, here are five more outstanding iTunes apps for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod, finishing off our top ten list of iPhone apps for gluten-free products, and recipes for people with food allergies.
#6 Restaurant Nutrition
Over 250 restaurants and 60,000 menu items fill this database for anybody trying to lose weight, avoid food allergens, follow a gluten-free diet, or just for people who want to choose healthy, nutritious food items while eating out. This restaurant app is compatible with Google maps and Facebook. Restaurant Nutrition, iTunes, Foundation HealthCare Network, Free
#7 Gluten Free Registry
Gluten Free Registry
For iPhone, iPad, and iPod, the Gluten Free Registry has an all-inclusive list of gluten-free restaurants, vacation resorts, bakeries, grocery stores, caterers, and coffee houses, including over 23,300 establishments in and outside the US. Map out gluten-free desserts, and post your review. Preview menus from over 12,300 eateries. Gluten Free Registry, iTunes, Gluten Free Registry LLC, $1.99
#8 Gluten Free Ingredients
Whether you suffer from gluten sensitivity, gluten intolerance, or celiac disease, you’ll appreciate this list of gluten-free foods that lets you automatically search for gluten-free pizza or gluten-free breads on Amazon and Google without having to type “gluten free” in the search field repetitively. Gluten FreeIngredients, iTunes, Nations Software, $0.99
#9 Eden Recipes
Enjoy taste testing over 1,000 by Eden Foods, the leading manufacturer of healthy, organic natural foods. Cruise through this iPhone app for allergen-free recipe ideas, organized by cuisine, course, specific diet, or key ingredients. Eden Recipes, iTunes, Eden Foods, Free
#10 Food Allergy Detective
Food Allergy Detective
If you’re trying to control food triggers, but you don’t like constantly having to log in details like dates, times, or amounts, then this is the only food diary you’ll ever need! Easily find out which foods you are allergic to by checking off only two categories- food and symptom, unless you want to add other important details, such as the time of day, food name, or date. Nothing could be simpler. Food Allergy Detective, iTunes, Evil Timmy, $2.99
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