10th July 2019
Results of the research are expected in September
Chronic conditions are largely due to unhealthy lifestyles. Unfortunately, pure communication fails to influence consumers to change their habits. Cook2Health provides a simple home urinary sampling kit that allows for precise dietary assessment, from which users are encouraged to design a better diet. Recipes encourage users to cook at home, thereby improving their diet. Providing personalised easy recipes to cook at home with digital coaching and dietary objective feedback to patients will raise motivation to adopt healthy dietary habits and prevent chronic diseases.
This project is led by Seb, EIT Health France’s industrial Partner, in partnership with the University of Barcelona, Université Grenoble-Alpes and Aberystwyth University. The first results of the researches regarding this project will be presented at the ESPEN Congress on Clinical & Metabolism in Madrid between 1-4 September 2018. It will be organised by the European Society for Clinical Nutrition on Metabolism.
Indeed, a poster has been accepted to present the first results during the congress. Cook2Health’s pilot study aims to assess the feasibility study on the impact of connected cooking devices on diatery habits and health. ESPEN 2018 offers a great opportunity to share these results with physicians, dietitians, pharmacists, nutritionists, scientists and nurses.
This is an important step forward for this project, and will benefit thanks to an outstanding exposure to eminent researchers specialised in nutrition coming from all over Europe.
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