DietSensor Breaks Down Nutritional Value of Food [VIDEO]
My great-grandmother had severe diabetes before she passed. Her daughters would spend hours taking her blood sample and marking charts and giving her the proper amount of food every single day. I would walk into her house and see piles of notebooks filled with her dietary information all around. The struggle is very real for someone living with a dietary restriction like diabetes.
Business Insider reported that Rémy Bonnasse and his wife, Astrid, found out their daughter had Type-1 diabetes and decided to do something extraordinary to make the process of counting nutritional value easier for everyone. “They built the DietScanner to help monitor her carbohydrate intake.” The video below explains how it works.
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While the scanner itself costs $250, the app also has a monthly fee of $10. The product was created for people with dietary specifications like diabetes or cardiovascular disease, but a calorie counter could use it too.