The problemGut health & inflammationPersonalizationHolistic approachFood scoresResearch-backedScientific Advisory Board

If you always thought your body was different, you’re right.

Our science shows that everybody’s response to food is unique, even identical twins. Your metabolism is not defined by your genes and it can change.

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The problem

Obesity, diabetes and heart health are not improving. In fact – they are getting much worse.

Current solutions treat weight as the root cause of these health problems, rather than a symptom. We believe inflammation after meals is to blame.

The rise of obesity in America

Source: CDC Prevalence of Obesity Among Adults and Youth: United States, 2015–2016

Gut health & inflammation

Traditional solutions just focus on weight loss but we tackle one of the root causes: inflammation after meals.

Gut health

When diets just focus on weight they fail to address the complex ecosystem that is your body. Research suggests that inflammation after meals is linked to an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease and other long-term health issues. These make weight management challenging. We focus on how you can reduce inflammation and improve your gut health.

Gut health

PERSONALIZATION

Our PREDICT studies have shown that there is a ten-fold variation in these responses to meals

These responses may lead to inflammation after meals, which has been shown in our research presented at the American Society of Nutrition in June 2020.

Our Research
Our findings

HOLISTIC APPROACH

We take a holistic approach to understand how your body and gut works

Holistic health impact

Holistic health impact

Our approach analyzes your blood, poop and current diet to really understand how your body works. We then give food recommendations designed for your unique body.

Holistic health impact

Holistic health impact

ZOE

Approach

Biological personalization

Started

2020

Annual cost

$349

Personalized eating plan

Included

Nutritionist support

Included

Personalized food scores

Included

Informed by biological testing

Included

Informed by gut analysis

Included
ZOE

Approach

Biological personalization

Started

2020

Annual cost

$349

Personalized eating plan

Included

Nutritionist support

Included

Personalized food scores

Included

Informed by biological testing

Included

Informed by gut analysis

Included
Food scores

FOOD SCORES

We crunch your test results to generate personalized scores for any food & your day overall.

Once you test your biology we use your results and apply artificial intelligence to compare you to thousands of people from our PREDICT research to generate your scores. The higher the score, the better that food is for your body and overall health.

Food scores
Food scores

The ZOE app provides ongoing insights that motivate and support your success.

We'll reward any meals you track with feedback on how to improve your scores. These nutritional insights include advice on how to nourish your gut, control fat, improve your fiber intake, and better sequence your meals.

Insights

RESEARCH-BACKED

Powered by the landmark PREDICT studies

Your results are based on research from ZOE in collaboration with scientists from: Massachusetts General Hospital, King’s College London, Stanford Medicine, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and other leading universities in the UK, Italy and Sweden.

Years in the making, the PREDICT program is the world’s largest ongoing nutritional science study. It turns out we all respond differently to the same food, and that our unique gut microbes are key to this. In June 2020 this science was published in Nature Medicine, one of the most important scientific journals in the world to support these findings.

Our Research
Our research

Scientific Advisory Board

Meet the people behind our ground-breaking research

Tim Spector, MD FRCP FRSB

Tim Spector, MD FRCP FRSB

Professor of Genetic Epidemiology

King’s College London, UK

Sarah Berry, PhD

Sarah Berry, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Nutritional Sciences

King’s College London, UK

Paul Franks, PhD

Paul Franks, PhD

Professor of Genetic and Molecular Epidemiology

Lund University, Sweden

Paul Franks, PhD

Ana Valdes, PhD

Associate Professor, Medicine and Health Sciences

University of Nottingham, UK

Nicola Segata, PhD

Nicola Segata, PhD

Associate Professor of Computational Metagenomics

University of Trento, Italy

Andrew T. Chan, MD MPH

Andrew T. Chan, MD MPH

Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School & Chief of Clinical and Translational Epidemiology Unit

Massachusetts General Hospital, USA

Stanford University, USA

Christopher Gardner, PhD

Rehnborg Farquhar Professor of Medicine

Stanford University, USA

Jose Ordovas, PhD

Jose Ordovas, PhD

Director, Nutrition and Genomics Laboratory, USDA-HNRCA

Tufts University, USA

Linda M Delahanty, MS RDN

Linda M Delahanty, MS RDN

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School, USA

Leanne Hodson, PhD

Leanne Hodson, PhD

Professor of Metabolic Physiology

University of Oxford, UK

Linda M Delahanty, MS RDN

Curtis Huttenhower, PhD

Professor of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, USA

Mark McCarthy, PhD

Mark McCarthy, PhD

Professor of Diabetes

University of Oxford, UK