How we provide diet-adaptive multivitamins

Say goodbye to one-size-fits-all multivitamins.

We analyze your dietary habits and consider your age and gender to determine precisely what your body requires. Our tailored approach guarantees optimal nutrient intake, addressing your nutritional gaps effectively and safely. The potential health benefits of such hyper-targeted supplementation strategy is immense.

How our analysis works

We identify your dietary pattern.

Your diet follows a pattern, even if you don’t eat the same foods every day. Our algorithm identifies yours to calculate your habitual nutrient intake. This enables us to identify your nutritional gaps and recommend optimal supplementation dosages.

We analyze extensive data.

Our scientists analyzed the nutrition content of over 265,000 foods consumed in the U.S. and profiled the food consumption patterns of more than 16,000 individuals to develop our algorithm.

Our advanced algorithm expedites the diet analysis process to just 2-3 minutes.

Your symptoms, biomarker tests, and genetic tests do not tell the whole story.

Symptoms can be misleading, and other common tests either focus on an incomprehensive number of nutrients or fail to consider the whole picture. Our reliable method uncovers the truth about your nutrient needs.

Symptoms can be misleading.

While symptoms like fatigue, loss of appetite, or digestive problems can point to suboptimal nutrient intake, it’s virtually impossible to identify a deficiency or an overdose based on these markers.

Biomarker tests and genetic tests do not tell the whole story.

Biomarker tests are unreliable.

While biomarker tests for a very small number of nutrients may provide helpful information, others, like those for magnesium and vitamin E, lead to questionable accuracy and reliability. Due to these limitations, presently, these tests cannot be relied upon to assess your overall nutrient intake.

Genetic tests cannot assess your nutrient intake.

While genetic tests can provide valuable information overall, they cannot evaluate your nutrient intake. As the technology advances, however, these tests may be able to help determine your nutritional requirement levels. The technology just isn’t there yet.

Supplement with nutrients your body needs.