For people living with gluten sensitivity or celiac disease, eating could be a torment. Can I eat that delicious-looking pastry claimed gluten-free? Does this pasta meal contain gluten? All these burning questions could get a fast response from the Nima gluten sensor, which promises to measure anywhere in the world in minutes whether your food contains gluten. As the claim looked too good to be true, The Medical Futurist tested it. Thumbs up for the Nima team. We were highly impressed!
Every three minutes, a food allergy reaction sends someone to the emergency room in the US. Not only the number of people suffering from food allergies but also the complexity and severity of conditions are rising globally. Food scanners or portable devices could tell you the exact ingredients of the food on your plate; while apps and wearables help you deal with the effects of allergens. Here, I listed the best technologies combating food allergy!
Technological innovations aim to help us track what’s in our food, what we should eat based on our genetic background or support the process of bringing those delicious bites from the bowl into our mouths. Here, I enlisted the top trends concerning eating and food tracking. Check it out!
Innovation and technology might lead us to more conscious food consumption. We might get to know better, what we eat, what and how we should eat, or how to stretch the boundaries of the food industry. Let’s take a closer look at the future of food.
An emotional question by a mother whose child has food allergies led me to discover the fascinating world of food scanners. Will we ever really know what’s on our plates? And if we knew, what could we do with the answer?