SAN MATEO, Calif. – Klue, a software company focused on behavior tracking and change, is partnering with Stanford University and Crossover Health on a study of the impact of wearable technology on dietary behaviors. The study will examine Klue’s Mindful Eating Messenger and Hydration Coach on consumption behaviors to understand how personalized, real-time micro-nudges impact dietary behavior modification, said Katelijn Vleugels, CEO and co-founder of Klue, in a statement. Klue is also partnering with Crossover Health in its Bay Area clinics. “We selected Klue as a partner based on their commitment to behavior change, complementing our mission to curate and integrate evidence-based point solutions,” said Dr. Karoline Hilu, chief strategy officer of Crossover Health, in a statement. Klue’s Mindful Eating Messenger module recognizes when, how fast and how much a person consumes and offers personalized, actionable micro-nudges to adopt specific consumption behaviors. The Hydration Coach allows users to set their own unique daily hydration goals, and automatically tracks progress against those goals, coaching users through the day to stay properly hydrated.
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