Get control over your diabetes.

ate.today makes tracking food in diabetes simple

Calculating your daily food with ate today app

Is it for you?

Type 1 Diabetic

Support your insulin treatment by calculating exact data about the food you eat.

T1D Parent

Cook for your whole family without missing a detail about your kid's meal.

Pregnant with high sugar levels

Understand how your body responds to your diet and reduce your blood sugar level.

Type 2 Diabetic

Have an overview of the food you eat and reduce the risks of high blood sugar levels.

Anyone else who cares about their diet

Quickly and precisely calculate nutrition data in your food.

It's already in your kitchen.

ate.today works on any mobile, tablet or laptop you carry around.
Bring it to the kitchen and start cooking!

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Scale: connected
Tired of all the numbers?
Try our connected scale and forget the hussle of calculating the diet.
Scale: connected
Just cook
Choose your ingredient and place it on the scale – you’ll see nutrition data instantly in the app.
Easily prepare meals, divide it to the portions or save it for later.
Just cook
Have data in your hand
Always precise and ready to help with the treatment.
Yours, or your closest ones.
Have data in your hand
App highlights ingredients with most carbohydrates

Know what's important.

Each 10g of carbohydrates can significantly affect your blood sugar level.
See at glance where does it come from and learn what’s important - while using an app or having a dinner outside.

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Clinically tested.

Using the scale and app toolset for at least one meal per day improved patients HbA1c by 0,55%. This means significant or even complete reduction of long-term complications.

Tested on ELKa - desktop precedessor of ate.today application, see Journal of Diabetes Research
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Manage all the data together.

Share nutrition data via Apple Health or Google Fit.
You'll access it easily on your diabetes management apps such as mySugr or OneDrop.

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