Bitesome is a diet and nutrition-tracking app developed by public health nutrition researchers at the University of Washington and Stanford University. Bitesome helps you manage your nutrition, identify trends in your dietary patterns, and find relationships between your diet and your health.
By using Bitesome, you’re also contributing to science — to learn more about the research behind the app, visit our “Science” page on our website www.bitesome.mobi. Stay tuned for opportunities to participate in research studies. As a Bitesome user, you may be contacted to participate in a number of cutting-edge studies, where you can learn more about your own nutrition, as well as contribute to the science of healthy eating.
Bitesome allows you to track your meals with useful details, like where and with whom you’re eating. Keep track of your meals — whether it’s fastfood, eating out, take-out, etc.
Search for food items from our database — or simply snap a picture if you want. See the chronology all the recent items you’ve consumed, along with detailed info on calories, fat, carbs, protein, fiber, and micronutrients.
Delve deeper with the Bitesome Grid — a weekly report of your nutrition. See average energy, protein, fat, carbs, fiber, and sugar intake. See at a glance how often you’ve been eating out vs at home, consuming fastfood, and other key indicators of healthy eating.
Learn your temporal patterns. See what days and times you’re consuming meals and how you’re obtaining your nutrition.
Bitesome is currently being used in a study sponsored by the US National Institutes of Health to help people manage hypertension.