The average American's diet is predominantly beige due to poor food choices. When the health conscious individual wants to track their food intake, they are pushed toward tedious tasks of calorie counting and cumbersome data logging which becomes too burdensome to maintain.
Eating a variety of colors is proving to be a healthy alternative to counting calories, or logging food items in a nutrition journal. Research has shown that eating a variety of colors ensures a variety of nutrients and vitamins ultimately leading toward better health.
Eat Your Greens solves this by taking a photo of the user's meal, and prompting the user to target the different colors, then displaying it on a pie chart and storing a historic record for the user's review. When the user doesn't eat a certain color, the app will push a message promoting a specific food item that matches the color they're lacking.
Last updated 6 Aug 2015