Science Talk

Genetic Risk of Heart Disease and how a Personalized Food and Fitness helps
Your genes, gut, biome and lifestyle independently determine your risk of dying of a heart attack or having a debilitating stroke.  Across four studies involving 55,685 participants, genetic and lifestyle factors were independently associated with susceptibility to coronary artery disease. The relative risk of inciden ...
How the "vegetarian gene" helps and hurts your employees
A "Vegetarian" gene is hurting or helping your employees . Help them Find it and live healthier. Are fats good or bad? Which types of fats are good and which types are bad? And how much fat is good? These are some of the many confusing food related questions we encounter everyday.  And you can find a variety of confu ...
3TandAi to present at Personalized Nutrition Innovation Summit SF June 26-27
Learn how 3TandAI is linking genetics, gut biome, traditional blood markers with food information and content using AI to help prevent diabetes illness and reverse disease. Looking forward to exploring the next frontier in health and food with #Habit, #Helix #Viome #personalizednutrition #guthealth #3tandai #mybodym ...
How Personalized Nutrition is changing Diabetes Prevention
  Looking forward to presenting, at Future Food-Tech in New York on June 20, 2018, how 3TandAi's pioneering diabetes prevention uses an individual's gut biome and gene based information to create personalized nutrition and fitness solutions. +300 food business leaders, innovative start-ups and VC investors are gather ...
3TandAi to present at Stanford University Health Technology Innovation Conference
Ranjan Sinha, CEO and Founder of 3Tand Ai will  present at Health Technology Innovation Conference at Stanford University School of Medicine on how 3TandAi  personalized nutrition platform prevents #obesity and #diabetes using #genetics and #gut biome to personalize nutrition, exercise and engagement.   The American D ...
Cooking Oils are harmful to African Americans because of gene variations
You’ve probably heard time and again how vegetable oils are better for health than animal fats like butter and lard. This is largely true - they contain properties that have been linked to a reduced risk of heart disease. Because of this, over the past decades, there’s been a huge increase in consumption of ‘healthy’ c ...