We're here collaborating on our future selfs to demand glory through our everyday fight for triumph.
But lets face it.
Counting calories can involve a tedious process of weighing food, doing conversions, and logging every meal, or buying an expensive gadget like this device that shoots a laser at your lunch. But then there's this low-tech alternative: A plate that shows, in a simple graphic, how to eat a balanced meal.
"I saw a need for people to eat healthier, and through design research found that one of the main problems people struggle with is portion control," says Dutch designer Annet Bruil. "People find it difficult to estimate how many vegetables they should eat. And even if they know it should be 200 grams a day, what does that look like on a plate?"