The Food Analysts introduce human-powered calorie counter

The new UAE-based service uses WhatsApp to track your diet

Users will be able to count calories through WhatsApp.
Users will be able to count calories through WhatsApp.

A new UAE-based service will allow users to count calories through WhatsApp.

Users send The Food Analysts a WhatsApp photograph of their meal along with a short description and the company will respond with a full nutritional macro report.

Each dish is analysed by a trained nutritional professional, ensuring maximum accuracy. The Food Analysts also use a verified nutrition database (Nutritionix), to help identify every possible food or meal, covering a range of nutritional values. This offers a more accurate assessment.

The personalised service has been set up by a group of professionals based in UAE, aiming to offer one-on-one food advice for health-conscious individuals.

Founder, Veer Ramlugon, says: “The Food Analysts has been set up to take the headache out of calorie counting. It offers a simple way for people to track their diet through a daily step-by-step process. Rather than having to manually input each meal or food item, The Food Analysts do it for you. Take a photograph on your phone camera and send it over to our expert team and within a few moments, 24/7, you’ll receive a WhatsApp message with all the dietary information you require. Whatever the desired target, whether it be shifting excess weight or gaining lean muscle, we help you to achieve your goals.”

The service is available from just $6.99 (AED 26) a month, with customers receiving a report after every meal and a daily summary.

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