Our latest findings suggest that inflammation after eating varies widely between people, depending on their unique biology. We discuss the surprising links between food and inflammation and what can you do to reduce inflammation after eating.
Our latest research, published in the leading journal Nature Metabolism, shows that people who experience big blood sugar dips after eating feel hungrier sooner and eat more calories during the day.
Our latest findings, now published in Nature Medicine, are the first to reveal strong links between specific gut microbes, health, and diet. Learn what these discoveries mean for understanding your own responses to food and gut health.
By combining AI, novel digital technologies, and collaboration with leading scientists, we have been able to predict personal nutritional responses to foods and provide everyone with a better understanding of their unique biology.
The first findings from PREDICT have been published in Nature Medicine on June 10, 2020. Read the novel insights from the paper fuelling the next generation of nutrition science.
Over the past two years, we've been working with world-leading experts in the areas of nutrition, epidemiology, microbiology, and data science to better understand how and why we all respond to food differently. Read about findings here.
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