Over the last couple of years, we have seen a big push in the “quantified self” market with a ton of apps that help you make better lifestyle decisions based on real data, provided by you. These apps have been focused more on exercise and training rather than nutrition, however this is about to change.
Nutrino, launched just last month, is “the worlds first virtual nutritionist app” for iOS (Android is on the way soon), providing you with personalized meals based on your eating habits, goals, taste, dietary preferences and exercise levels. Not only does it offer you truly tailor made meals but also posts the necessary ingredients to a grocery list which is linked to stock in large supermarket chains (to date users can shop online through ASDA and Tesco in the UK). But it doesn’t stop there. Nutrino also suggests recommendations from high street names such as Pret a Manger, EAT, Costa Coffee and Café Nero so if you’re out on the town, it will provide you with offers and suitable eating options. They’re expanding their list of partners on a daily basis and will be rolling out in new countries soon as to multiply their offering.