Fiber can contribute to good health in many ways. In addition to helping move food efficiently through your body, it can also help prevent heart disease, diabetes, digestive problems and weight gain.
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The current average fiber intake in the United States is about 13 grams a day for women and 17 for men. Increasing these amounts by seven grams a day would bring them close to the recommended levels of 21 to 25 grams for women and 30 to 38 for men. ‘Seven grams a day increase is an achievable goal…’ ‘You’re talking about… increasing vegetable and fruit by two portions a day, reported by the New York Times. Do you consume enough fiber each day? If you are like most Americans, then you probably consume about 10 to 15 grams of fiber a day-this is just not enough. If you’ve wondered how much fiber you’ve eaten a day or you’ll need, we have an app for that. DietSensor, is the first nutritional coaching app to help you better manage your fiber intake and chronicle conditions and fitness as well. First the DietSensor scans your food, reads the spectrometric scans from your SCiO scanner and then sends accurate analysis of your homogeneous food or beverage to your smartphone. It also provides you with accurate results with any homogeneous food, even with HOMEMADE dishes and beverages that do not have a nutritional label. The whole process takes only one click to log it, ten times less clicks than manual input methods to input processed food. Thanks to SCiO, the first handheld spectrometer, DietSensor brings to everyone the power to use a technology that has been used for decades in the industry : spectroscopy. Equipped with a sensor and the DietSensor app, the early adopters will be able to monitor the quality and quantity of their food intake. Always wondered how grandma’s soup stacks up nutritionally? Now you can know! A Smart Diet Scale will also be available this year, and the pocket size scale should come in 2017. For more info visit DietSensor.com or join our list dietsensor.com/wait-list/.