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Will I receive a list of “good” and “bad” foods?

Each food is assigned a personal score that changes depending on the amount and the food it is combined with. Therefore, we do not believe in providing a list of “good” and “bad” foods. You can combine a low-scoring item with protein or fat to improve the score or adjust the serving size of the food to see its effect on the score.

The app allows you to change, remove and play with the portion sizes so that you can enjoy a variety of foods. Additionally, the food database is dynamic and is updated from time to time with new food items that you can view via the app.

Keep in mind, that the food score only reflects the effect of the food on your glucose levels, and does not account for the overall health and nutrient value of the foods. You may notice some foods that are healthy, get a “low” (poor) score. Do not eliminate these from your diet, instead, you will learn to improve them. On the other hand, just because a food has a high score, it may not be a healthy and a nutritious choice and should be eaten in moderation.

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