MyFoodPhone launches on Sprint, nutrition service

May 02 2006 - 10:57 AM ET | Sprint Nextel

Sprint Nextel announced an interesting new service called MyFoodPhone. The application allows users to snap photos of what they eat and then get back a report of how they are doing. The photos are actually analyzed by a nutrition advisor. Users get video feedback about their diet every two weeks.

MyFoodPhone enables Sprint camera phone users to take a picture of the food they eat at each meal or snack and send it in for review by a nutritional advisor. Customers receive video feedback on their eating habits biweekly for only $9.99 a month. The service's unique mobile food-journaling application helps customers monitor what they eat, modify their eating habits, and achieve their individual health goals through motivation provided by personalized counseling from trained, credible MyFoodPhone Nutrition Advisors.

To access these MyFoodPhone, Sprint PCS Vision users can click on Menu>Web>Downloads>Applications>Health, Food & Drink.