425 million people have been diagnosed type 2 diabetes.
The condition develops years before it is diagnosed.
You can reverse the underlying cause, without medication, only simple changes at home.
Our mission is to help you succeed. Ready?
Insulin resistanceAn hormonal imbalance at the center of type 2 diabetes: this is what you're going to safely reverse.
Nutritional ketosisThe state of your metabolism where your body uses fat instead of glucose as a fuel to produce energy.
Once you observe a steady decrease in blood sugar over a 3 day window, you're on the right way! Keep testing to ensure you're making progress every day.
To optimize your success, we create a structured program that works for you.
Building a feedback loop is essential to set your personal baseline, understand what has impact and stay motivated.
We provide you with a smart blood monitoring device that gives you this feedback with the most accurate technology available today for blood glucose & ketone.
The measurements translate what your body says to give you, and our doctors, an indication of whether your metabolism is relying on glucose or fat as an energy source at a given time: this is how we assess ketosis.
Our mobile app allows you to track nutritional information as well as how you feel.
We then provide you with personalized feedback on a daily basis, allowing you to learn and adjust quickly to reach your goal.
Most importantly, you can reach your doctor and nutritionist directly via the chat on our mobile app.
Receive your blood tracking kit in a matters of days and instant advice on your phone.
You can cancel anytime and if you're not successful, we reimburse you right away.
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He was diagnosed 7 years ago.
For over 3 years, he didn't make any change until his family intervened when he started showing higher risks of cardiovascular illnesses.
After researching online, they've built him a nutrition plan that allowed him to get off medication within 6 months.
She was diagnosed with pre-diabetes 3 years ago.
At the time, she drastically reduced the amount of foods with added sugar in her diet. She barely lost weight and the condition was still progressing, although slower.
A year ago, she heard from a friend that a ketogenic diet might help restore insulin sensitivity. 7 months later, her Hb1Ac was down to a normal level.
He was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes 15 years ago.
Back then, he managed to stabilize his fasting blood sugar but thought he would live with medication for the rest of his life.
5 months ago he started on a program and today, his GP got him off medication: he is not diabetic anymore and he says he feels 15 years younger!
She was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes 4 years ago.
Her doctor mentioned multiple symptoms associated to the metabolic syndrome, such as leaky gut. 6 weeks ago, he recomended her to try a low-carb diet.
While researching, she learned about ketosis and decided to adapt her diet to get into it. She's now on the way to recovery and has never felt better in her life.
It's not just about type 2 diabetes: we learn from you to better understand human physiology and treat many chronic conditions in the future.
With machine learning, we design personalized digital therapies that allow us to achieve even better outcomes for everyone.
All of us have experienced chronic diseases first-hand.
We care from first principles, with a personal approach to medicine.
Product & Care
Previously at Techstars, Microsoft, and researcher at Stanford University.
Food & Content
Previously chef and nutritionist, with an interest in nutritional ketosis and gut health.
Treatment & Clinical Studies
Previously internal MD at the NHS, and co-founder of a telemedicine startup.
Awarded researcher in epigenetics, currently focusing on personalized nutrition and working on the largest study to date.
Years of experience in user research, co-founder and chief product officer of the period tracking app Clue.
Designing and managing clinical studies for medical devices, including Medtronic, US leader for diabetes.
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