Forget the food pyramid

Plate My Meal simplifies healthy eating.

By RACHEL MYERSON
December 1, 2016 14:06
3 minute read.
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We all know that feeling of being caught out when realizing something obvious that has never occurred to us. Dror Tamir, co-founder and CEO of Israeli start-up Plate My Meal, has caught us out.

“Picture the food pyramid,” he instructs me, “and try and answer one of these basic questions regarding healthy eating: • When to eat? • What to eat? • How much to eat?” I struggled to respond.

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