What I eat is a new technological tool to support doctors and patients that allows you to easily set the diet best suited to gastrointestinal diseases that affect about 24 million Italians including irritable bowel, gastritis, gastroesophageal reflux, ulcerative colitis and liver disorders of varying severity.
The completely free medical app was created with the patronage and collaboration of the doctors of the Italian Association of gastroenterologists and hospital digestive endoscopists to help patients in the shopping and preparation of daily meals.
The Che Mangio app helps patients with gastrointestinal diseases as well as treating doctors
The intent of the app What I eat is to support the doctor in the management of patients who
suffer from gastrointestinal disorders and allow the patient to always know what to eat.
The application is very intuitive and allows the patient to create their own profile in which they can enter their food preferences (omnivore, vegan, vegetarian etc.) and the necessary restrictions depending on the pathology they suffer from.
The patient has available food and drinks that he can safely consume and a constantly updated section with advice and recipes prepared by nutritionists.
The application is also equipped with a “Doctors” section which, thanks to geolocation, allows the patient to find the professional closest to him and the doctor to obtain visibility and manage patients of
area for any studies and projects.
What I eat is available for free with no in-app purchases or advertisements and only asks for permission to access the location. Below you will find the badge to locate the application in the Google Play Store. Android 5.0 or later is sufficient for installation.