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SmartFoodLogging (SFL)
SmartFoodLogging (SFL)

SmartFoodLogging (SFL)

In the fight against chronic diet-related diseases it is the EU food and health system organization’s aim to improve consumers’ food literacy. Food education in a form of professional personalised advice is more trusted and accepted by consumers.

SFL will develop a platform where health coaches and consumers come together to motivate user reaching their goal. The platform features a mirror-like tool where coaches can see in real time users' progress. The consumer tool will allow to log and recognise foods by using artificial intelligence technologies (Photo & speech), fitness and emotional status. Based on data ingested by the user, dieticians can follow the actual consumer’s behavior in real life and tailor a more personalised nutrition plan. Consumers can also receive automated real-time tips, empowering them to make better-informed food choices. Therefore, SFL integrates personalised advice in the consumer’s daily life.

Partners

The following partners are involved in the project

Colruyt Group
BeYou
KU LEUVEN
University of Warsaw

Project Lead

Ignace Denollin
Institution

Colruyt Group

Contact details

ignace.denollin@colruytgroup.com

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