$159 Device Detects Foods Causing Your Indigestion

Burping, farting, bloating, diarrhea: We all experience these things. Some may know exactly what
foods are causing them these problems, but others may not. Sure, generic lists on Google may help, but they’re not personal
or quantifiable enough. This device, called
FoodMarble Aire, may give you a clearer idea of exactly what foods are causing your discomfort. My digestive problems include… Feeling gassy all the time. Constipation. Sharp pains in my stomach. IBS. And also violent diarrhea. So what exactly is this device? James: FoodMarble Aire is a
breath-analysis device that tracks a specific kind of
digestion called fermentation. And fermentation’s a
healthy part of digestion, but sometimes too much
fermentation from certain foods can cause symptoms in a lot of people. Bloating, pain, gas, and even diarrhea. My stomach does not
respond well to things like onions and garlic. Meat or oily foods. Brussels sprouts. If it says “sugar-free,” I
know I shouldn’t have it. If I eat an apple, game over. And avocados, sadly. James: Fermentable oligosaccharide, disaccharide, monosaccharide, and polyols. It’s a fancy word that means
some complex carbohydrates and not carbs like we think of like bread. FODMAPs are found in all kinds of fruits, dairy, vegetables, grains, and these nutrients, while very healthy, if they’re not absorbed
properly in certain people, this fermentation causes
a lot of the symptoms that people experience. I don’t know exactly what I’m reacting to. It could be gluten. It could be dairy. So hopefully this test will
help me figure that out. James: So there’s two general ways that people can use this device. One, you can use it in
your regular, everyday use. You can track your foods,
track your symptoms, and then you take several
breaths throughout the day, and then with our app’s food
database, we can tell you which foods contain higher
and lower amounts of FODMAPs. The second way that
people could use the app is that we optionally provide
pure samples of FODMAPs. You mix it into a little bit of water, and then for three hours while you have an empty digestive system,
except for this one FODMAP, we can test you and see
if you’re fermenting a lot from this. It’s day one of this experiment. I got some teriyaki chicken. I got noodle soup. Gene: Are you excited? Uh, yeah, we’re gonna learn things. Yeah, let’s do this. Let’s figure out what’s
causing our digestive problems. So my first week using Aire
has been pretty interesting. So it felt like the device
was accurately measuring my activity in the stomach. My fermentation levels are
really high after I’ve had pizza and pita chips and hummus. One of the surprising results
I got was when I went to Chipotle last week. I purposely
stacked my bowl with like dairy products, and then I
did my breath test probably about a half an hour later,
and my fermentation score actually decreased from the morning. I would eat the almonds,
and this past week I’ve been recording it, and my fermentation score has been really high. So we asked why that might be
happening, and it turns out that almonds are low FODMAP
only in smaller quantities, which I have a problem
with portion control. Gene: When I eat meat with vegetables, it was actually fine. The levels
would show a low indicator. But when I would eat meat
with bread, like a sandwich or a hamburger, the levels were high. So when you first download
the app, it does tell you not to use the breath tests
while you’re drinking. But I was still curious
to see what it says, and my readings were like 10 out of 10, like off-the-charts red. But that does let me know
that the app is working. I tried the inulin elimination diet. I didn’t even know such
thing existed before this. I came in thinking that meat
is the main problem in my diet, but it turned out that it
wasn’t necessarily meat. It was the things that I ate with meat, like bread, garlic, and onion. So going forward, I’m
gonna eat less almonds and definitely work on portion control. I think I just will prepare for suffering whenever I have these foods that I love but know that my body
doesn’t react well to. I think I would recommend this device. Although it didn’t necessarily
give me the answers that I wanted, I think it
would be really helpful for someone who definitely
has an intolerance to lactose or one of those four pillars and so that they can get
a pretty solid answer on what they should avoid to eat. Unfortunately, breath analysis is limited to fermentation-related issues. So if breath analysis and
fermentation are not their cause of their problems, they
should see a dietician, a healthcare professional,
a gastroenterologist for further analysis that
can help their issues. Michelle: So be like, “This is Gene the farting machine.” All right, you give me the cue.

58 thoughts on “$159 Device Detects Foods Causing Your Indigestion

  1. Jokes aside, if it really works and it wasn't just a blatant ad, that might be really useful. Digestive problems aren't exactly enjoyable

  2. This is all good and genius but the problem not solved with this, yes I find out that something I ate like bread and pasta or fruit do this with me. Than what? Avoid these things forever? Then what should I ate, air? I am already vegan so I will not give up my nutrition and health instead I will just simply hold these gases in myself when situation would be awkward. (and i can imagine this device's price for such a thing like knowing the issue but not solving it)

  3. If it's based on the hydrogen breath test, then it can be used to investigate SIBO, celiac disease, lactose/fructose/sorbitol malabsorption and IBS.

  4. HOLD UP! The creators of the product are commenting on people’s comments. Will they comment on mine tho, or are they like everyone else.

  5. I'm disappointed that neither Tech Insider, nor the company, reached out to a medical doctor to come into the studio and talk about what a hydrogen test is and how it's used to diagnose those conditions.

  6. This feels like too shallow of a review to me. I was very interested until I did a bit of searching

  7. Tracking what you eat and sometimes cutting a thing out for a while .

    Also be weary of other factors. Like my period makes me digestion go to shit.

  8. Oh wow, 😑for £150 + £30, i might as well go to the NHS for free and get accurate results. In fact im sure a private clinic would do it cheaper

  9. Wait2.. so you breath out to the device and thats how they detect it right?? Or is there another method where you umm well fart and the device measure that or what?? Im kinda confuse. The video doesnt really explain it..😅

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  11. This device is good but then one must go to the root cause as to WHY these foods are not digesting properly. The "why" is due to a poor gut microbiome. When one can learn how to fix SIBO and restore a large variety of but flora, one will not have the same reaction to foods that once gave them the problems in the first place.

    I actually heard of this device through Dr. William Davis and among other things, he shows how the one strain called L rueteri can make a huge difference for those with gut issues.

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