Unhealthy diets are the top contributors to premature deaths and years lost to disease/disability in the US.1 More than 2/3 of Americans are overweight or obese,2 and our healthcare costs are rising every year.3

We need to eat better... but how? Here's our approach:

  1. We explored how Americans have been eating for the past decade.
  2. We picked out 6 of the most important metrics to focus on.
  3. We help users measure their own diets against these 6 metrics.
Watch an overview video here



  • Carbohydrate, Protein, and Fat are the macronutrients that make up the bulk of our daily energy intake
  • Dietary Fiber is the indigestible part of plants that affect how we absorb nutrients. It's essential for a healthy diet by helping us feel full, aiding digestion, and preventing constipation. Most Americans don't get enough fiber.
  • Sugar is not necessary for a healthy diet. It should be kept to a minimum. Most Americans eat way too much sugar, and it's leading to diseases like diabetes, metabolic syndrome, heart disease, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, cancer... the list goes on.
  • Sodium is a mineral found in salt. We need it to survive, but too much of it will increase blood pressure and lead to heart attacks & strokes. Unfortunately, most Americans consume too much sodium.

Meal Planner

1. Tell us about yourself

2. What do you eat in a day?

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