Personalized Diet

How to discover what foods are good for each individual?

YAML 問題

Food makes the energy inside our bodies. I'm curious about a problem of discovering how to know which foods are the right ones for each individual; how to mix & match them, and eat them throughout a day for best energy release?

It seems to me that me inherit our nutrition habits from families we come from. But what if the family didn't have healthy nutrition habits? Or perhaps those habits doesn't fit the individual? One is left with getting lost in the noise of Internet search trying to understand the basics of "good nutrition", and then trial & error of what food fits the individual. Could it be easier?

For example, there are methods to check for food intolerances (but Internet tells me that these tests' accuracy is questionable).

So, I'm curious how to design a personalised-diet plan (foods and recipes) for oneself and how would everyone do that themselves instead of going to a nutrition expert.

Anyone cares about such a problem? Share how you're exploring your "feeding quest"!


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Mindey 推薦這個視頻 和這個視頻,並在日記中跟蹤食物

Mindey recommends this video and this video, and tracking foods in a diary


Inga 推薦消除飲食

Inga recommends Elimination Diet


嗯,聽了朋友的建議,我發現了一些東西!我對飲食計劃感興趣的原因是一種症狀——頭痛。

但是現在在繪製了我吃的食物並列出了要暫停以進行消除飲食的食物清單後,我發現它可能是“酪胺”引起了我的頭痛(因爲我兩週前開始吃含有它的新食物!)好吧,我現在開始對這些食物進行爲期 2 周的暫停,看看是否是這樣。

但有趣的是,我在這裏公開分享了這個謎題後發現了這個意想不到的解決方案(嘗試嘗試),這促使我與 2 個不同的朋友進行了對話,並帶來了有趣的解決方案來嘗試!

所以,是的,感謝朋友們回答我的難題(即使是在 1:1 的房間裏!):)

我的實驗學習將在 2 周內分享。

Hmm, after following friends' suggestions I discovered something! The reason for my interest in food plans was a symptom - headaches.

But now after mapping the foods I eat and making a list of foods to pause for Elimination Diet, I discovered that it could be "tyramine" causing my headaches (because I started eating new foods 2 weeks ago, that contain it!) Well, I am starting my 2 week pause on these foods now and will see if that's the case.

But it's funny that I discovered this unexpected solution (experiment to try) after publicly sharing this puzzle here, which prompted conversations with 2 different friends and led to the interesting solution to try out!

So yeah thank you friends for responding to my puzzle (even if it was in 1:1 rooms!) :)

My experiment learnings to be shared in 2 weeks..


那麼,將這個問題命名爲“食品兼容性匹配”或類似名稱會更好嗎,因爲這就是您所描述的。 “食物探索”似乎很籠統,可能意味着從農業到購物等任何事物,但您所描述的更多的是_個體生物相容的食物發現_。

So, would this problem be better named as "Food compatibility matching" or something like that, because that is what you're describing. "Food quest" seems very generic, could mean things anything from farming to shopping, etc., but what you're describing, is more of individually biocompatible food discovery.



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Mindey,

// 如何發現對每個人有益的食物?

流行的答案:“有一個應用程序”。有趣的是,製作一個應用程序是列出一個或幾個列表,並要求人們填寫它們:進行統計(依賴性分析)會自動發現什麼對誰有好處。參與研究的人越多,越快樂。

但是,大多數人沒有時間爲此或那個編寫另一個應用程序。只有食物數據並不能完全解決個人福祉的更高問題。對此的通用解決方案是傳感器、調度程序和數據庫技術。

我只是想知道哪些傳感器可以感覺到我們身體的不適,例如 secchi 磁盤 如何測量湖泊和海洋的透明度。我們可以自動測量實際食物引起的舒適感或不適感,這將大大簡化此類數據收集的過程......

// How to discover what foods are good for each individual?

The popular answer: "there's an app for that". The funny thing is, making an app is making a list or a few of them, and asking people to fill them: doing the stats (dependence analysis) auto-discovers what's good for whom. The more participants in the study, the merrier.

However, most people don't have time for writing yet another app for this or that. Only food data won't fully solve the higher problem of individual well-being. Generic solution for this is sensors, schedulers, and database technology.

I just wonder what sensors could feel our discomfort of our bodies, like how a secchi disk measured transparency of lakes and oceans. Of we could measure the actual food-induced sense of comfort or discomfort automatically, it would very much ease the process of such data collection...


我想,使用神經鏈接,我們可以自動收集有關食物引起的幸福感變化的數據,從字面上讀取來自相應大腦區域的信號。

I guess, using neuralink, we could automate that collection of data about food-induced variations of well-being, quite literally reading off the signals from corresponding brain regions.