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Nutrition tracking via automatic image recognition

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On the basis of a single photo, snics recognizes the calorie content of a meal, and puts together a nutrition protocol. This shows which meal is involved, determines calories and nutritional value on the basis of assigned recipes and generates a detailed protocol. The users also have the possibility to adjust and complement the information provided. A person one can track eating habits and significantly improve them with a minimal amount of effort of only three minutes day. snics also enables the integration of movement data from several Apps and wearables and thus supplies a more comprehensive picture of a person’s health. The innovative Austrian start-up now wants to co-finance its upcoming expansion via crowdfunding.  

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