ALL i CAN EAT - the food intolerance list for lactose, fructose, histamine, gluten, sorbitol and salicylic acid

ALL i CAN EAT - the food intolerance list for lactose, fructose, histamine, gluten, sorbitol and salicylic acid

By Steffen Mauser

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2015-02-11
  • Current Version: 1.0.7
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 26.59 MB
  • Developer: Steffen Mauser
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
Score: 4.04545
From 44 Ratings


Got a food intolerance? See at a glance what foods you can eat or drink. Do you suffer from lactose, fructose, histamine, gluten, sorbitol or salicylic acid intolerance? Or do you even have several of them? No problem! With ALL i CAN EAT you can see at a glance what foods you can eat or drink. ALL i CAN EAT adjusts to your individual intolerances and calculates your compatibility for each food. The compatibilities are displayed in a simple traffic light system, ranging from green (very well tolerated) to yellow and orange up to red (bad idea to eat). If a recommendation does not apply to you, you can easily save your individual tolerance for the food concerned. Search quickly for a specific food, browse certain categories such as beverages, fruits, dairy products, etc. or filter compatibilites by color. In addition, ALL i CAN EAT does also provide many details such as the amounts of lactose, fructose, glucose, histamine, sorbitol, salicylic acid, amines, amino acids, etc. And in case you should miss a food, you can add it easily. You will never have to search various lists again or learn any numbers by heart! With ALL i CAN EAT you manage all your food intolerances in one place.



  • No portion

    By caseyjayner
    It would be great to add info on portions- even if a generic size for all food so that I can understand the numbers better
  • How do I use it?

    By Royally PO'd
    There are no instructions on how to use this app. I’m totally frustrated. Where can I find out how to use it????
  • Not for me

    By WhyOhWhyNBC
    Zero explanation. Couldn’t find anything helpful. Would love a barcode scanner.
  • Grey

    By qjdie
    What does grey mean
  • Very comprehensive list

    By CSL60
    I really appreciate this app and the comprehensive list of histamine foods. This makes life so much easier when choosing safe foods.
  • Would be nice if update more foods

    By Janet Huang
    Would be nice if more foods can be added periodically, specially the healthy food like Flaxseeds, Flaxseed Oil, Chia Seeds, Broccoli sprouts, Cod liver oil, Seabass, Oyster, Hemp seeds, Edamame, Krill oil, Algae oil...
  • Very good app for histamine intolerance

    By Lobelle89
    This has been the most helpful and least confusing app I have used for multiple food allergies and intolerances. Thanks for making it. The only question I have is what does They grey color stand for? I can’t find it in the description but understand all the rest.
  • Helpful but incomplete

    By JanaSonya
    Missing everyday choices, supplements, missing spices, simple things such as granola; and you don't identify all color codings, such as grey? I like this app but would like to see it more complete.
  • Need a question answered...

    By Salicylly
    I was excited to find this app as my son has histamine and salicylate intolerance, but I would love to see more foods added. My big question is what is the GRAY color coding mean? Does it mean it has a negligible amount of something or that the food hasn’t been tested for something (histamine, e.g) so we don’t know... Please help! Thanks!
  • Great for my food allergies

    By Vetjb
    Great app. Please add sulfites to the app.