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Old 10-19-2014, 01:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Free advanced diet analysis

Hi all,

Im working in research and development and want to recruit 3 or 4 people for an new, artificial intelligence algorithm-based diet analysis that gives personalise feedback.

When passed any/all data you think relevant to your diet it will feedback...
  • Your calorific requirement (which varies between people and over time)
  • How different foods affect you individually
  • How any medication you are taking may be affecting you
  • By how much you can expect your water levels to be varying
  • How other, non-food factors may affect your weight (mood, stress, etc)
  • How anything you think is important really influences your weight

This analysis will create a model of how you, individually work in terms of your diet and life.

If anyone would share their historical data the calculation and feedback is absolutely free and will come with a full report (typically this would be a very costly analysis).

Everything will of course be kept fully confidential and/or anonymous. Any questions at all please let me know.

Many thanks!

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Old 10-19-2014, 02:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Why not identify WHERE you are working in research and development?
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