As a Bitesome user, you can contribute to science.
You may be contacted to participate in various research studies, which may help you better understand how your diet affects your health, as well as help improve our collective understanding of the importance of healthy nutrition. Your data are not shared unless you are contacted, and explicitly agree to participate in a study.
Bitesome Environmental Determinants of Nutrition Study
University of Washington
The Bitesome Research Team at the School of Public Health at the University of Washington uses diet-tracking data from the app to enable public health research studies that examine dietary patterns, contextual factors related to nutrition, and relationships between diet and health.
Native-Controlling Hypertension And Risk through Technology (Native-CHART)
Washington State University
National Institutes of Health; National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities
This five-year grant provides funding to establish, in partnership with the University of Colorado Denver, a new collaborative research center aimed at reducing health risks related to high blood pressure in U.S. Native populations. The center will draw in expertise and solicit input from community organizations, tribes, and researchers across the country to pursue intervention studies that will use technologies, including electronic medical records, text messaging, wearable physical activity monitors, and home blood pressure monitors.