Your body is not a blackbox


Yesterday, you didn't know the impact of your lifestyle.

Today, your doctor doesn't have to be the only one who truly understands your body. You can take control, be aware of how your eating habits and physical activity impacts your lifestyle.

Imagine if you could test your blood as easily as you wash your hands! Prevent. Live better, longer.

Why wait for your next lab test?

See changes as they happens, from the comfort of your home.

Blood sugar

Glucose & ketones levels.
Helps prevent diabetes.

Blood fat levels

Cholesterol & triglycerides.
Helps prevent heart diseases.

The future of medicine is here

Preventing and managing these diseases is only the first step: we use deep learning technologies to build the brain of a doctor.

Today, we analyse changes in these biomarkers.

Tomorrow we will spot changes in your immune system and finally, detect more complex conditions such as cancer.



Through our families, we have experienced the anxiety of being diagnosed and living with cancer, diabetes, disabling genetic conditions. As curious scientists and engineers, we've always been passionate about medicine and biology and it led us to work hard to make health self-management simple and accessible.

Lucia Aronica

Medical advisor

Lucia is a researcher at the Stanford Cancer center. Expert in the field of epigenetic and precision medicine, she shares our vision about the major role that prevention will play the in the future of medicine. From the University of Naples, to Oxford and Stanford, Lucia has received multiple awards for her research, such as the Marie-Curie Fellowship, number one in Europe.

Vie listens and translates what your body says

You want to take control? Our job is to use technology to make it as simple as washing your hands for you to do so. Get recommendations, set goals and track your progress to improve every day.

Be aware of your health, no surprises.

No finger pricking.

You're the norm.

Improve with daily recommendations.

24/7 access to prevention doctors.

Better income for doctors in rural areas.