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New app ‘zaps’ the calories out of your meal

Counting calories is so last year. With ByeCalorieBye, a soon-to-launch app from a team of Danish scientists, you can eat what you want when you want, without putting on weight. This latest app works by literally zapping ‘unhealthy’ molecules such as lipids, fatty acids and associated saturated fats from food. Scientists at Skoffberger University in…

Sean O’Connor, partner, London studio lead, Smart Design, talks about the digital ways to tackle type II diabetes before it becomes an issue. Epidemic is a
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Building the tools to stop diabetes before it starts

Sean O’Connor, partner, London studio lead, Smart Design, talks about the digital ways to tackle type II diabetes before it becomes an issue Epidemic is a dramatic word, but in the case of diabetes it’s entirely justified. With 4 million sufferers in the UK[1], diabetes is already one of the UK’s most deadly non-communicable disease,…

The Pathway Genomics OME app uses precision medicine and genetics to give users a personalised diet, exercise and metabolism report. The OME app, created by
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App uses DNA to tailor a personal diet plan

The Pathway Genomics OME app uses precision medicine and genetics to give users a personalised diet, exercise and metabolism report Studies show that users who follow a genetically informed diet can lose significantly more weight that those who follow a “one size fits all” type of plan according to IBM. This alpha version of the…

Appy with your weight: MyFitnessPal Vs. MyNetDiary
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Appy with your weight?

What are the best apps to manage or lose weight? Emily Hughes takes a look at calorie counting, fitness and weight loss apps The top contenders were two free apps: MyFitnessPal which is a calorie counter and fitness app and MyNetDiary which is a weight loss planning app from the NHS app library. Both apps…

Activ8rlives adds Apple HealthKit
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Activ8rlives adds Apple HealthKit compatibility

The latest release of Activ8rlives, the popular health monitor and food diary app, now includes compatibility with Apple’s HealthKit platform. This latest addition allows users to record data from Activ8rlives’ growing range of consumer-focused health monitors and store these data in both the Activ8rlives web-servers and Apple’s Health App (HealthKit) on iPhones to share with…

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