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Women’s Health Practice is using AI to assist with meal planning

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Dr. Suzanne Trupin is at the helm of Women’s Health Practice (WHP), Hada Cosmetic Medicine, and Hatha Yoga and Fitness. All three businesses promote total mind and body fitness, and work together to help clients achieve their health goals.

Now, she’s added AI (artificial intelligence) technology to her toolkit to help her clients with meal planning. She uses both Bing and ChatGPT Open AI, each a little different in what they provide. Bing takes the additional step of giving references for the information given. Trupin offered some examples of what you might ask for:

  • A seven day Mediterranean diet with no repeats, with a shopping list
  • What’s the best way to wash my farmer’s market vegetables before serving to my family?
  • Which has more micronutrients: a spinach salad or a kale salad
  • Why would I need to increase zinc in my diet and what foods should I eat to do that?

There’s a lot of AI buzz out there, and it’s all sort of sinister. But this is sort of a cool and practical and non-sinister way to use the technology.

You can find out more about Women’s Health Practice, Hada Cosmetic Medicine, and Hatha Yoga and Fitness at their respective websites.

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