Sensor for the gluten sensitivity. Sensor for the gluten sensitivity. According to ‘Nima’ co-founders Shireen Yates and Scott Sundvor Nima from MIT, “we’re here to remove anxiety from your plate. With tools and information that lets you know if your food is safe for you. The Nima sensor is a pocket-sized device can test food items on-the-go for gluten. This is faster, cheaper, and usable right at the dinner table. Nima is optimized to detect 20ppm of gluten and above”.
Peanuts are not safe to eat if anybody has the peanut allergy. I came to know when one of our friends has the peanut allergy.
Nima co-founders Shireen Yates and Scott Sundvor, “we’re here to remove anxiety from your plate. With tools and information that lets you know if your food is safe for you.
The sensor is able to detect even the tiniest trace (10 parts per million) of peanut protein. To use Nima, you insert the food into a disposable test capsule, which goes into the device to figure out if there’s any peanut protein in the food. In under five minutes, the Nima sensor will tell you if your food is peanut-free”.
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We started reading the CDC(Center for disease control & Prevention ) before we were planning to go to the international travelling.
Every country has different requirements and vaccines.
Some of the vaccines we never got in the USA.
We took our family doctor, paediatrician appointment. They recommend us to talk with travel doctor too.
We took travel doctor appointment. The travel doctor gave us some particular immunization and some medicines and advise.
What we need for travelling.
Some countries need immunization before anybody enter.
We learned several new things.
Typhoid vaccine is important for travelling, we never had.
Our doctor ordered those vaccines for us and we paid.
It is not covered with the regular immunization in the USA.
What is your opinion about this? What kind of precaution you take before travelling.