From September 2016 until July 2019 DFKI participates in the government funded project DiDiER (digitalized services for nutrition counseling of high-risk patients). DiDiER is coordinated by the Insitute for Informatics in Oldenburg (OFFIS). By using smart services the quality of nutrition counseling shall be improved. Patients’ personal health records are saved on a private “Home Cloud” so users can decide who receives their data, which is very important regarding privacy concerns. This strategy enables nutritionists, physicians and patients to share data in order to discover possible health risks and to prevent high-risk patients from diseases caused by nutritional deficiency. Partners are DFKI, the University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern, iso Institut, the University Hospital for Geriatrics Oldenbug, T-Systems International, EUROKEY and the German Association of Allergy and Asthma Sufferers (DAAB).