With the help of nutritionists on and using artificial intelligence technology, the service personalizes content for each user.
The application provides women with real-time, personalized nutrition advice including meal recommendations and 24/7 nutritional support.
The company is developing food transparency technology so that we can know better what is in our food and how it affects our health.
The year-long study with over 37,000 users has shown that people lose 7 times more weight by combining food logging and weight tracking activities.
The new capital will be used to support the company's growth as consumers, retailers and food manufacturers respond to the increasing demand for healthy food.
The localized version of the mobile application features nutritional information for thousands of British dishes and popular local food brands.
The portable device with 3 disposable capsules will be up for pre-order for $179 starting Oct. 20, and after the first 5 days, the price will increase to $199.
The service will let both existing Rise subscribers or any consumer via SMS connect with a team of human advisors to get food advice on the fly.
The three parties will work together on a 12-week, 200-person trial of a new mobile health app for eating disorders called Noom Monitor.
Rooted in Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), by tracking a user's sleep patterns, the system offers dietary and holistic health lifestyle advice.