Every person deserves the right to better understand their genetics and gut microbiome

so that they can live strong and disease free.

Every person deserves the right to better understand their genetics and gut microbiome

so that they can live strong and disease free.

Reduced
anxiety

and lost 30 lbs

See Mai's story

Reversed
diabetes

and lost 9 lbs

See Raj's story

Improved
gut health

and lost 20 lbs

See Susan’s story

Research indicates that digestive disorders, obesity and inflammatory illnesses are strongly influenced by your gut microbiome, genetics and lifestyle.

Goodbye
IBS/GERD
Reverse
hypertension
Improve
mental health
Reduce
sleep apnea

We deliver outcomes that matter*

1.01%

HbA1c

reduction

89% Reduction in Digestive disorder symptoms

Reducing Comorbidities*

Weight Loss

Insomnia/Sleep Disorders

Depression/Anxiety

Chronic Inflammatory Pain

Chronic Acne/Eczema

*Results from our Blue Shield of
California partnership are in!

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Learn how your gut microbiome, DNA & food

is affecting your digestive health, sleep, mood, mental health, and weight. Work with your coach and app to make small changes. 89% of Digbi user see reduction in gut symptoms, 75% lose weight and 67% reduce anxiety

Our partners

We’re harnessing over 20 years of leading research

and we’re working closely with experts in genetics, gut microbiome, food, medicine, corporate wellness, bioinformatics and Ai.

Recommended
by doctors

Program supported by 60,000 doctors
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Loved
by employers

We work with employers to bring our programs to their employees
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Paid for
by insurance

We’re currently covered by Blue Shield of California
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We prioritize Privacy

We keep your information secure and confidential

because your privacy matters. We will not share your individual-level information with any third party without your explicit consent.

Science Talk

Our care programs are rooted in science

and are driven by the latest research in genetics and the gut microbiome. Take a moment and read an article or two from our Science Talk blog.