Real food doesn't have a barcode on it! Done with debilitating dieting, proceed low-calorie artificial nonsense, and all the other "starve yourself harder" insanity? Us too! Why not eat more of the right things rather than less of everything? You don’t have to go hungry or do complex math. With the new science of SANE eating, slim is simple.
It's time to say “goodbye” complex calorie math and “hello” to more SANE food, more photos, and more fun! Instead of starving yourself, heal yourself by eating more delicious whole foods. The more SANE food you eat, the higher your SANEScore, the more fat you will burn, and the better you will feel.
It's as simple as 1-2-3:
1. TAG: Quickly note the servings of food groups for each of your meals. You can take photos of your food, or not, either way you are tracking your meals 3-times faster than calorie counting apps...so that's awesome!
2. SCORE: See the quality of what you’re eating instantly via your SANEScore (the patented quality measure of food ...calories are the quantity measure of food). Studies show that by increasing the quality of the food you eat, you will effortlessly eat the correct quantity of calories and heal (rather than starve) your body.
3. SUCCEED: See exactly what to eat next to reach your goals. You can even share your success with your friends in one click!
Calorie Counting Starvation = “Good”
Hunger = “Healthy”
Mantra = "Try Harder"
RESULT: Eating Disorders & Yo-yo Dieting
Starvation = Bad
Eating More Whole Food = Healthy
Mantra = "Try Smarter"
RESULT: Nutritional Serenity & Long-term Fat Loss
When it comes to most things in life, we welcome the latest advances in science. Could you imagine using the same phones we used 50 years ago? So isn’t it time to free yourself from obsolete calorie counting theories from the 1960’s? You don’t have to go hungry or do complex math to lose weight, get healthy, and be happy. Calorie counting fails for 19 out of 20 of us because it’s the quality of what we eat that determines long-term slimness, health, and happiness. As silly as it sounds, hunger isn’t healthy ;)