In July-August version 2 of the SPLENDID-system was tested at Wageningen University. Twenty young adults (18-30 years old), with a BMI above 25, participated. At the start the participants visited the university where they received instructions on how to use the system, after which they started using it in real-life to assess their usual eating behaviour and physical activity. After one week the participants returned to the university to discuss the recorded behaviour with a research dietician. Together with the participants goals were set to improve their behaviour and/or to continue with their already healthy behaviour. Goals were set for the number of snacks, the size of the main meal and physical activity level. Although the system allows for wider range of goals (e.g. regarding eating rate). In the following three weeks the participants continued to use the system, but now it also helped the participants to reach their goals. Feedback messages were provided by the app, and participants could have a look at the recorded behaviour and goal proximity on the app and webtool. At the end of these three weeks the participants returned to the university to review the progress made with a research dietician.