Fueld, the AI-powered photo food diary, launches today, ushering in the next generation of personalized nutrition

Fueld is now available for download

Fueld has the power to change the way people think about food and nutrition. It’s a great tool and experience that we would encourage everyone to try.”

— Glenn Smith, Co-Founder and CEO

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, July 1, 2024 /EINPresswire.com/ — Launching today, introducing Fueld an easy AI-powered meal tracking app. The revolutionary new app provides instant insight into the nutritional content of the meal
value from one photo.

Fueld eliminates the need to count ingredients by hand, providing an instant insight into the nutritional value of your meal. It provides users with instant insights into protein, fiber and other nutrition. In addition, AI-powered coaches provide personalized advice to improve meals on a nutritional level, with a focus on blood sugar balance and gut health.

Fuel, available for free from today on both the Apple iOS and Android app stores, democratizes access to nutrition tracking, enabling everyone to quickly and easily view key nutritional information about food and all the drink they consume.

Fueld Co-Founder Glenn Smith said: “Fueld has the power to revolutionize the way people think about food and nutrition. Backed by science and enabled by incredible AI technology, we’ve made it easy to take a picture of your meal and get an instant breakdown of what you eat. It’s a great tool and experience that we would encourage everyone to try.”

Today, as few as 9% of people in the UK eat the recommended 30g of fiber a day. Research shows that this leads to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease (heart attacks and strokes), type 2 diabetes, and cancers.

In addition, Cancer Research recently found that the number of under 50s diagnosed with cancer in the UK rose by 24% between 1995 and 2019, the sharpest increase of any age group. [1]. This is closely related to diet and the food people are eating. This trend can be reversed with easy access to monitor the food we eat, so Fueld is a game changer.

Fueld Co-Founder, Graham Ratcliffe, said: “With increased awareness of the health issues caused by a poor diet, many people recognize that better nutrition can improve their health but don’t know where to start. Fueld does the heavy lifting, so users can start making small impactful changes to boost their well-being. Our mission is to tackle the metabolic health crisis head on and empower everyone to understand their lifestyle
choices affect overall health.”

Start your journey today on Apple iOS and Android and join others in maintaining a healthy weight, boosting energy levels and living longer. All this is achieved by customizing your diet using Fueld’s advanced tools.


Regarding Fuel
At Fueld, our passion for health and wellness is the heartbeat of our mission. We understand that health affects every aspect of life and we are committed to helping you live your best life.

We believe that nutrition is the cornerstone of health, but we know that sleep, stress and exercise are just as important. We are just getting started and we have an exciting journey ahead of us. Join us as we explore cutting-edge innovations to elevate your wellbeing.
For more information visit fueld.ai

About Glenn Smith, Co-Founder
Glenn Smith is a dynamic entrepreneur and executive with over two decades of experience in technology, finance, and AI. Glenn’s career began in finance, where he led and grew FX derivatives businesses at major investment banks, using cutting-edge technology to disrupt traditional operating models. Focusing full-time on technology since 2010, he founded and led startups across fintech, robotics and AI. Now with Fueld.ai, he is leveraging that experience to improve health on a population scale. Outside of work, Glenn enjoys cooking, snowshoeing, surfing and coaching children’s rugby.

About Graham Ratcliffe, Co-Founder
Graham Ratcliffe is an insightful entrepreneur and product designer with a background in strategy and technology. He started his career in strategy consulting in London before moving to the technology sector in Silicon Valley. There, he co-founded Abakus, an AI platform focused on B2B marketing, and led it to a successful exit to SAP, where he went on to lead its global enterprise studio. Now back in the UK, with Fueld AI, Graham is bringing a unique perspective on solving the metabolic health crisis. He enjoys making sense of the world, being outside, and staying active.

[1] Cancer rates rising in under 50s (2024) – https://news.cancerresearchuk.org/2024/06/03/cancer-rates-rising-in-under-50s-early-onset-24-percent- increase

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