Sam Slover tracked everything he ate for 10 weeks and learned he had ingested 3,548 unique ingredients.

There's no shortage of information on what we should be eating—whether it comes to us as a book, website, or seminar—we have access to plenty of readymade guidelines for dining. The only diet dos and don’ts that aren’t readily available are ones for the food that we're actually eating. Wrap-Genius is a personalized framework for our food that provides just that.

Traditional meal plans typically outline what amounts to a diet ideal for us to strive for, but whether we get there or not is up to us. Instead, Wrap-Genius would take account of what we’re already eating and provide us with a clear view of the good and the bad. From there, shaping our own ideal diet is easy as remembering to grab some apples, or forego those frozen burritos, the next time we shop.

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