Satiety. It’s a fancy word for full. And if we have to start talking fancy to save the world  —  then so be it. But it’s about more than just a full belly — it’s about maximizing the nutritional value per calorie consumed. This concept can revolutionize your approach to food and health.

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Flexible approach

Discover an approach that transcends dieting. Whether you're vegan, carnivore, omnivore, or somewhere in between; whether you lean towards low-carb or embrace all macronutrients — it's not about counting calories or stringent rules. It's about the nourishing power of food, not restriction.

Calorie intelligence

Embracing the satiety per calorie concept, you’ll naturally pivot away from empty calories. It’s not about eating less but eating smarter. Selecting foods high in satiety means you’ll feel satisfied for longer, while subtly controlling calorie intake.

Health boost

Prioritizing satiety doesn’t only support weight management, it also revamps your overall health. Expect improvements in body composition, elevated energy levels, and newfound vitality. This is not a diet change, it’s a lifestyle transformation.

We’ve been eating a lie.

In the U.S., more than 93% of adults suffer from high levels of blood pressure, blood sugar, blood cholesterol, overweight and obesity rates, or cardiovascular disease*. That’s not our fault. Driven by profits, the food industry has been drowning us in processed, low-nutrition foods for decades.

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Instead of empowering us with knowledge and healthy choices, we’re bombarded with ads and misleading labels. Navigating what’s truly good for you has become a complex maze. Slapping confusing nutritional labels on products hasn’t solved the problem; it’s muddled the waters even more. What’s healthy? What’s not? What’s too much or too little? Instead of clarifying our food choices, we’re left more perplexed than ever.

And that’s where Hava comes in – guiding you through this nutritional maze toward a nourishing and fulfilling relationship with food.

* O’Hearn, M., Lauren, B. N., Wong, J. B., Kim, D. D., & Mozaffarian, D. (2022). Trends and Disparities in Cardiometabolic Health Among U.S. Adults, 1999-2018. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 80(2).

Nourishing choices made easy.



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Meet Hava’s Satiety Score – your new ally in the quest for better nutrition. Rated on a scale from 0 to 100, it helps you understand how well foods will keep you feeling full and satisfied without overeating. Think of it as a guide to smarter eating, prioritizing nutrient-dense foods that beat back hunger.

And the best part? It’s straightforward. We’ve distilled complex nutritional science into a score that speaks to you. The Satiety Score doesn’t just rate food; it offers a clear path to healthier choices. Curious about what goes into the score? Let’s explore the four essential factors that will keep you more healthy and less hungry.

Protein percentage

Protein percentage signifies the portion of total energy in food that comes from protein. Higher protein diets have greater satiety compared to lower protein diets, leading individuals consuming more protein to often consume fewer calories.

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Fiber content

It is the amount of dietary fiber per calorie found in a specific food or meal. Dietary fiber contributes to satiety and aids in maintaining overall health.

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Energy density

Energy density measures the calories per serving of 100g (3.5oz). Low-energy-density foods provide fewer calories per gram, helping you feel full while consuming fewer calories.

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Hedonic factor

A sophisticated synonym for 'addictive appeal'. This is the irresistible allure of certain foods that can lead to consumption even without the presence of hunger.

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