A new research paper shows that an app improved healthy eating in clinical trials, Demonstrating that people can benefit from fully automated personal nutrition advice.
According to a new report, people can benefit from automated personal nutrition advice. A study in which an app found a healthier diet in clinical trials. A research paper was published today (April 25, 2022) in the Journal of the Medical Internet.
Research shows how the eNutri app was developed by researchers on human nutrition and
Biomedical engineering at the University of Reading helped people eat more. Healthy participants who receive automated personalized nutrition. The consultation increased their healthy diet score by 6% compared to the control group. Who received general guidance on healthy eating.
Dr. Rose Falls, Dietitian and Research Fellow at the University of Reading The Food and Nutrition Science Department said:
Research shows that eNutri technology is effective in helping consumers. To improve their healthy food intake with significant improvement in food quality For groups that had access to automated, personalized nutrition advice.
While providing personalized food to a registered nutritionist or dietitian The advice is ideal, it is often only available to people with or who have health concerns. Financial resources to pay. There is also growing interested in nutrition apps. Web services, but many commercial apps focus on weight loss or calories. Counting instead of eating healthy.
Nutrition advice should always focus on a healthy, balanced diet and positive. Relationships with food, and I’m glad our study helped people eat better. An interesting aspect of the eNutri system is that it has the ability to offer a wide range of people. People at a lower price.
Dr. Rodrigo Xenon Franco, PhD graduate and lead from the University of Reading The author of the paper said:
The eNutri app prefers healthy eating based on evidence and uses a unique way. An individual diet-scoring system to provide dietary advice. User.
We continue to develop eNutri for specific population groups. Those who have a heart condition hope that they will make it available to the public. Future
People were either assigned or given personal nutrition advice. General healthy eating advice. After that, the members of the individual group kept their food. Scored according to 11 criteria based on UK dietary guidelines. The eNutri app gave one. Automated food quality review gives the user a ‘healthy diet score’. 100
The ‘Healthy Diet Score’ includes an estimate of the number of fruits, vegetables, and whole foods. Cereals, red and processed meats, when consumers are given more points. They are recommended. Areas of personal counseling are then targeted. Changing their diet will benefit them the most.
Reference: The Effectiveness of Web-Based Personal Nutrition Advice for Adults Using the eNutri Web App: Evidence from the EatWellUK Randomized Control Trial By Rodrigo Zenun Franco, Rosalind Fallaize, Michelle Weech, Faustina Hwang, and Julie A Lovegrove, April 25, 2022, Journal of Medical Internet Research.