“De nos jours, c’est un énorme défi de manger sainement et en pleine conscience. ”

Ambition

These past decades have changed the relationship with food: busy schedules, new lifestyles, processed food is now our daily life.

Our body, our brain, our reflexes, which have been built very slowly over thousands of centuries of evolution, meet a real challenge to adapt to this brutal change of environment.

For the subject of slow eating, Slow Control aims to help cope with this difficult time of change, which is a first step towards healthy eating habits.

If you adopt this approach, it will also be a way to help your brain connect to your feelings, to the signals of your body, to develop more awareness of the act of eating.

eat consciously
If you adopt this approach, it will also be a way to help your brain connect to your feelings, to the signals of your body, to develop more awareness of the act of eating.
consume less
With less food consumed at the end of the day, it’s each and everybody’s little contribution to relieve the pressure of the planet.

Key dates

2008

Creation of the company Slow Control, France, by Jacques Lépine, Engineer, who has already developed patents on medical subjects, and sensitized the family and associative universe to questions of public health. First patents filed.

2008 – 2012

The technology is finally functional. It was not easy to find the technical solutions that make the use of the tool unstoppable

2013 – 2017

The Monnot Invest fund accompanies us.
Several medical researches are launched with research organizations to study the effectiveness of the tool.

Two successive versions of fork are launched (Hapifork, 10Sfork).

Technology Awards :
plusieurs prix

Thanks to our customers’ feedback, we understand that the usage must be even more simple and intuitive, more solid.

2018

The technology is redesigned, improved.
New patents filed.

Thanks to the Prevent2carelab incubation program with the Ramsay group, we are supporting a program dedicated to health prevention. Many hospitals, and healthcare professionals incorporate Slow Control into Patient Therapeutic Education (FTE) programs.

2019

Launch of our new version.

Special thanks to

Region RéunionBPI FranceUnion Europeene
Region Réunion
BPI FranceUnion Europeene