One of the most common types of fads is the dietary fad. There were months where absolutely everyone knew a paleo diet and thousands practiced it. Similarly, there was an equally popular hydration-based diet that required users to drink an unreasonable amount of water every day. While both of these and many other fad diets have proven benefits and may work for some people, all fad diets inevitably fade away. In fact one could argue that the only diet that has survived the test of time is the government-created nutritional pyramid and plate.
So why do these fad diets fade while the nutritional pyramid stays? The answer is adaptability. Simply put, a paleo diet that is centered around fish will not work for those who find fish gross but push themselves to eat fish for a diet. On the other hand, the government-created pyramid of food categories is so broad that anyone can find foods they love to fit into these categories. Today a new app by the name of EasyEat is here to make matching one’s current preferences with the vegetable, protein, and other requirements laid out by nutritional experts.
The app, developed by Sergio Sanella and lanars development begins its work by asking a few demographic questions like age, height, gender, and weight. From this information, EasyEat can accurately calculate the Body Mass Index (BMI) of the user. The user then indicates how many meals they plan to eat per day as well as dietary preferences like food intolerances, favorite foods, and food allergies. From there EasyEat will create a list of options for each of up to six meals per day. Attached to each of these options are detailed recipes and descriptions complete with a list of ingredients. In this way, EasyEat can help anyone maintain a healthy diet and plan meals without giving up the foods they love. As a result, EasyEat will ensure that users can rest knowing that by following the recipes suggested by the app all nutritional requirements will be met.
Sadly, producing an app that is this adaptive and intelligent is not an easy task. To help support the EasyEat team during the app’s development, the team has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. Through this campaign, supporters will receive a free copy of the app as soon as it is released. And with the support of readers, the EasyEat app will help to reduce obesity, produce healthy lifestyles, and much, much more.
To learn more visit the Kickstarter campaign page.
Company Name: EasyEat