Japanese cafeteria offers diners in-depth advice on health and nutrition

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Regular Springwise readers may remember ThinDish, the website offering diners information on restaurants with healthy eating options. Now, in Tokyo, Tanita Shokudo offers a way to bring nutritional advice directly to consumers' tables. The brainchild of Japanese health device manufacturer Tanita Corp, Tanita Shokudo provides expert culinary information about all items on the menu, aiming to help those wanting to eat out without compromising their diet plans. Each table is fitted with a weighing scale to ensure healthy portions can be measured out, while a timer tells the diner when the optimum duration of 20 minutes for completing their lunch…

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