A New Smartphone App Recording Daily Episodes of Eating and Drinking
The best way to control your diet is to keep an eye over it, which you generally fail to do. To make this possible, a simple smartphone application has been launched in Paris by the British doctors.
Using this application, you can click your meals and the photographs could be used as an effective slimming aid for the overweight.
The main aim behind this initiative is to promote `food memory'. Generally people forget what they eat and munch on following snacks. But this application will recall them what they have eaten before and would encourage them not to snack on high-calorie treats anymore for the day.
There are in total three parts of this application:
- Firstly, you have to click the picture of your food and drinks that you are about to consume.
- Secondly, once the meal is finished you have to look at the picture and answer a few simple questions about the same.
- Lastly, before eating next meals of the day, you have to look at this picture and a message will be sent to you reminding what all you have already eaten during the day.
This way, users are effectively motivated to avoid high calorie food during further hours of a day.
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