Eat Smart

How It Works

1) We use your Body Clock, weight, gender, age, sleep, and exercise patterns to determine your daily caloric needs.

2) Then we identify your optimal meal times each day, and the relative size each of your meals should be.

For example, the app might determine you need to eat 2,300 calories on Tuesday, and that of those 2,300 calories, you should eat a full 1,000 of them during breakfast.

Over a decade of research indicates that simply eating at these times, and proportioning your meals as advised, will reduce body fat and inflammation, even without dieting. To learn more about the importance of meal timing for health, check out the Body Clock Blog.