Be your healthiest weight. Let your biology do the work.

Join ZOE for a personalized program to reduce dietary inflammation and improve your gut health.

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Improve gut health

Discover your best foods to reduce dietary inflammation and improve gut health

Personalized scores

Get personalized scores, insights & recommendations on the food you eat

Love food

Stop calorie counting with 1000s of foods and recipes you can enjoy freely

Lose weight

Create the right conditions for your body to manage hunger & adapt weight naturally

Backed by cutting-edge science

Our scientists lead the world’s largest ongoing nutritional science study of its kind in collaboration with scientists from Massachusetts General Hospital, King’s College London, Stanford Medicine, & Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

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Validated by real people

86% of ZOE pilot users saw results, including increased energy, a reduction in hunger between meals, weight loss and improved bowel movements.

How it works


Test at home – it’s easy

Includes simple blood and poop tests, wearing a blood sugar sensor (if applicable) & food diary.


Learn your unique responses to food

Get a holistic insights report including your blood sugar & fat control, scores for meals you test, analysis of your gut & specific foods to eat.


Put your biology to work

A personalized 4-week program to reduce dietary inflammation and improve your gut health. Supported by our app.


Sustain change & thrive

Use your ZOE app to stay motivated with daily recommendations, diet insights, and thousands of food and meals options.

From the team behind the COVID Symptom Study

With over 4,000,000 participants it’s the largest ongoing public science project of its kind anywhere in the world.

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What the science says


Improving your gut health and avoiding food-driven inflammation are key to achieving a healthy weight & maximizing your energy.

Dr. Tim Spector

Scientific Co-Founder, ZOE
Professor of Genetic Epidemiology, King’s College London

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How does the gut influence 
dietary inflammation & metabolism?

From our research, we can see that the food you eat influences the bacteria in your microbiome. We also see that certain foods are linked to “good” or “bad” bacteria which can help or hinder your ability to metabolize fats and sugar. Eating the right foods to balance these bacteria may improve your body's response to food – reducing harmful dietary inflammation.



What is dietary inflammation?

We use the term "dietary inflammation" to capture the unhealthy effects that can be caused by what we eat. Excessive blood sugar and fat spikes can overwhelm your body's normal, healthy responses. This can trigger a variety of harmful responses, from blood sugar crashes and hunger to the immune system triggering inflammation.

Repeated often enough these can lead to weight gain and chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. Our studies suggest "good" gut microbes can provide a protective effect, reducing these negative responses and supporting lower levels of body fat.

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