SeeFood - Scan your food
SeeFood provides immediate nutritional analysis from food or grocery item photos—calories, macros, and more—flagging harmful additives and ingredients
SeeFood is the ultimate nutrition companion! Simply snap a photo of your food or grocery item, and SeeFood will provide you with immediate analysis of its nutritional content. It calculates the calories, macros, and even flags harmful additives and ingredients. Confused by food labels? Don't worry, SeeFood has got you covered! It's like having a personal nutritionist in your pocket. Whether you want to know if your breakfast is too calorie-heavy or if those snacks are as healthy as they claim, SeeFood has the answers. Eat smarter and make informed choices with SeeFood.
Learn how to use SeeFood - Scan your food effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "Is my breakfast too much?"
Prompt 2: "Are those snacks as healthy as they claim?"
Prompt 3: "Confused by food labels?"
Prompt 4: "Are these ingredients bad for me?"
Features and commands
Scan food: Use this command to scan a photo of your food or grocery item and get immediate nutritional analysis. For example, you can take a picture of your breakfast and ask, "Is my breakfast too much?"
Read food labels: You can use this command to get detailed information about the contents of a food product by reading its label. For example, if you are confused by food labels, you can take a picture and ask, "Confused by food labels?"
Analyze ingredients: Use this command to analyze the ingredients of a food or grocery item and check if they are harmful or unhealthy. For example, you can take a picture of snacks and ask, "Are those snacks as healthy as they claim?"
Get nutritional information: Use this command to get detailed nutritional information about a particular food or grocery item. For example, you can take a picture of a product's label and ask, "Are these ingredients bad for me?"
Note: The above prompts and commands are just examples. Feel free to phrase your questions or requests differently based on your specific needs or concerns related to food and nutrition.