For those diagnosed with type one and two diabetes, eating food is much more complicated than it is for people without diabetes. Those with the disease have to closely monitor what they eat throughout the day in a constant effort to stay healthy. Although everyone enjoys going out to eat, that can create a whole lot of hassle for those diagnosed with diabetes because when you go out to eat, there is no nutrition labels for all of the food. However, with today’s technology, this can be a thing of the past. Thanks to Rémy Bonnasse’s new invention, everyone will be able to know how many grams of fat, carbohydrates, and protein are in their food.
The product is called the DietSensor, and when paired with the Consumer Physics handy little pocket-sized infrared scanner named the “Scio,” it truly is the future. If you have this device and DietSensor’s “smart scale” with you, you will feel free to eat out without any trouble. With these devices together, the technology can tell you in real time just how many nutrients you are consuming. These devices can even be paired with their apps; with these apps, you can note your food intake with what you’ve eaten throughout the day. The app even gives you suggestions on what to eat and what not to eat based on your foods consumed that day. The device’s app even offers diet plans for those who are diabetic, overweight, and for people diagnosed with heart disease. However, such an advanced product does not come cheap. You can pick up the “Scio” food scanner for a price of $249, but the technology would make enjoying meals with others a whole lot easier.