Are you ready for a one-of-a-kind health experience? Say goodbye to one-size-fits-all solutions and say hello to Digbi Health.
Digbi Health is the only precision digital care solution that uses your DNA, Gut Biome, Lifestyle, and Bio Markers to deliver a prescription-grade program for weight loss and reversal of chronic weight-related health issues like gut health issues, hypertension, Type 2 Diabetes, chronic pain, and more.
Our solution is rooted in science and uses the power of AI, digital coaching, wellness app, and personalization to support long term results.
Not a Digbi Health patient? It’s free and fully covered for Blue Shield of California Members! Download the app and check if you qualify.
Visit www.digbihealth.com to learn more and hear our patient success stories. Join the 85% of participants who have lost an average of 19.6 lbs within the first four months of joining Digbi Health.
Here’s how it works:
Gut & DNA test kits
At home test kits that allow us to personalize the program to your unique genetics and gut biome.
Detailed results of your gut & DNA tests that reveal your health risks, what foods you need to avoid, what foods work best for you, what exercises will help you burn fat, and the state of gut bacteria.
Your coach is available to chat whenever you need them. They’ll guide you to monitor your lifestyle, health, and food choices while using the psychology of behavioral change to help you make small sustainable changes that will support you for life - Digestible Bites.
Digbi Health App
A health monitoring tool (not just a tracker) where you can log important daily activities (sleep, exercise, stress, cravings, etc.), watch and read helpful resources, participate in Time Advantaged Eating with food log photos, browse through over 500,000 recipes personalized for you, and so much more. The app actively learns from your logs and supports you for life by providing actionable feedback.
How cool is that!
We do something no one else does. We use your DNA and Gut Microbiome to help you reverse weight-related illness while reducing risks.