You put one product after another back on the shelf because you can't tolerate it?
You now know that the intolerable ingredient is hidden at the back of the table of contents, but do you still sometimes catch one?
That won't happen to you in the future, because here comes Intol 3!
Intol 3 scans lists of ingredients and immediately recognizes what you do not tolerate.
Whether at home or directly in the supermarket:
Simply hold the camera of your smartphone on the content of the packaging. The ingredients are marked in color:
Red ~ not tolerable
Orange ~ poorly tolerable
Yellow ~ moderately tolerable
A green "Tolerated" means that you can tolerate it. Scanned, checked!
The following intolerances are supported:
• Lactose intolerance
• Histamine intolerance
• Fructose intolerance
• Gluten intolerance (Coeliac disease)
• Sorbitol intolerance
• Salicylic acid intolerance
• Glutamate intolerance
• Special nutrition during pregnancy
Intol 3 also helps you during pregnancy!
When you're pregnant, special rules apply. Intol 3 helps you to recognize those foods in the jungle that you should avoid during this time.
With the Ingredients search function you can search for specific ingredients. Similar ingredients are also found and sorted by degree of intolerance.
If you want to add your own ingredients that you don't tolerate, just add them to the app settings. Intol 3 will then mark them red when scanning and searching for ingredients.
• Camera access to scan the ingredients list
• Vibration to give feedback on detected incompatible ingredients
Intol 3 is ad-free and works without mobile data, Wi-Fi or user tracking. Visually impaired people can contact the support e-mail address and receive instructions with special operating aids from Intol.
Handicapped people can find a detailed instruction manual at https://www.intol.de/en/anleitung-fuer-sehbehinderte-menschen/
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