An industrial engineer turned serial entrepreneur with an aptitude for AI has created what he hopes will be the most effective microbiome-based personalised nutrition service after only discovering what the microbiome was three years ago.
The desire for functional food and supplements has become more specific and more holistic at the same time, leading to a wide range of opportunities for startups tapping into the interest in immunity, mood and sleep.
Global personalised nutrition startup MixFit is expanding its reach across the nutrition sphere as it launches a new B2B platform for nutritionists, coaches and other health experts who need to track their clients' lifestyles in real time.
After making a success of their two-year-young CBD brand 'fourfivecbd', two professional rugby players have launched Fourfive Nutrition with an aim to disrupt the supplements market which they say lacks transparency.
A health and hospitality enthusiast with a passion for naturopathic nutrition is bringing the ancient wisdom of medicinal mushroom to the modern consumer with her new range of adoptogenic alcohol-free beers.
The economic uncertainty caused by the coronavirus has pushed many investors into a protective mode that precludes new deals, but raising capital during the pandemic still is possible – it just requires entrepreneurs to more clearly define their value...
This pandemic is causing huge economic uncertainty and that’s scary for any startup but it’s also a once in a lifetime opportunity for health and wellness entrepreneurs to educate and engage with a health-focused and captive online audience.
A data entrepreneur fascinated by health and longevity has created a ultra-interactive personalised health tracking service fit for a future where consumers want as much access to their health data as they do their bank accounts.
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A former electrical engineer who developed an unexpected passion for nutrition has co-founded the ‘world’s first’ portable food intolerance breathalyser which has already gained sales of nearly $2 million just 10 months after launch.
A startup founder who wants to banish the masculine and feminine stereotypes in protein marketing says sports nutrition products should be made more accessible by removing gender-focused health claims.