Capabilities for Release 2

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Capabilities for Release 2 by Mind Map: Capabilities for Release 2

1. Explainer

1.1. Types of explainer

1.1.1. Disease and Health Goal Informed Food Explainer Summary Version Full Version female condition related personalization

2. Microbiome Informed Explainer Design

2.1. Purpose

2.1.1. Inform users on the Gut Health Impact of Food

2.2. Is the food good for my microbiome

2.2.1. Fiber Soluble Insoluble

2.2.2. fermented food

2.2.3. polyphenols

2.2.4. Prebiotic

2.2.5. probiotic

2.2.6. micro and macro nutrients that aid microbiome

2.2.7. Vitamins

2.2.8. Minerals

2.3. Explainer Elements

2.3.1. Microbiome Rating 0-10 (?) should we do it?

2.3.2. Microbiome Explainer Kombucha a fermented food. A diet rich in fermented foods enhances the diversity of gut microbes and decreases molecular signs of inflammation. Higher levels of gut microbiome diversity are generally thought to be a good thing. Studies have linked it to lower rates of obesity, Type 2 diabetes, metabolic disease and other ills

2.3.3. Pathway Impact Not sufficient information to draw a correlation to pathways

3. Personalisation of Reasoning

3.1. Explanation Structure

3.1.1. opening statement Is it good for me Why is good or (bad) for me is it bad for me

3.1.2. What is this Item Summary Rank and Rate the 8 FCS domains

3.1.3. What does it contain that will help me with my health conditions micro and macronutrients

3.1.4. How much should it eat full/ half/ quarter apple ?

3.1.5. What is the microbiome impacted by this meal

3.1.6. Explainer Variants Good Apples are high in fiber, vitamin C, and various antioxidants. They are also very filling, considering their low calorie count. Studies show that eating apples can have multiple benefits for your health.​ Not Good Apples are not recommended for people who experience frequent bloating or have gut issues. Apples rank higher in the foods that have FODMAP's, which often leads to bloating and discomfort.​ Consume less than a quarter apple if you have FODMAP related issues.

3.2. 3 Interventions

3.2.1. food

3.2.2. probiotics

3.2.3. supplements

4. Data Points to Consider in the Explainer

4.1. Diagnostics

4.1.1. Blood reports Inflammation Liver Renal Cholestrol cardiac diabetes

4.1.2. Microbiome Pathways

4.1.3. genetics

4.2. Health Conditions

4.2.1. Add allergies

4.2.2. Symptoms

4.2.3. Conditions

4.3. Food

4.3.1. Macronturients

4.3.2. Micronutrients

4.3.3. other indices of interest GI FCS Antioxidants

4.3.4. Food at Higher Levels of Abstraction Vegetables Fruits Fermented food Polyphenols Fiber Healthy Fats

4.4. FOOD Habits and Preferences

4.5. Demographic Data

4.5.1. Add BMI Data

4.6. Add a Health Goal

4.7. Medication

4.7.1. Diabetes

4.7.2. Cancer

4.7.3. IBS