The 'Aire' Performs a Breath Test to Find Out What Foods Aren't Digesting

By: Michael Hemsworth - Dec 13, 2016
References: foodmarble & newatlas
The 'Aire' works by performing a breath test on a person in order to let them know what kinds of foods might not agree with their digestive system. The 'Aire' connects to a user's smartphone in order to quickly identify what kinds of gases are being emitted through your breath. This can be used as an identifier to monitor what foods in particular might be giving you indigestion or causing you unnecessary gas.

The 'Aire' works like a breathalyzer to perform the breath test and relays the data back to your smartphone for you to analyze. It's a more direct approach to identifying what foods might be best to avoid rather than simply relying on guesswork.