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Listen to
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Counting calories, following generic diet advice, feeling lost? Listen to what your glucose has to tell you.
Thousands of lives changed...

Gain unique insights about your diet, sleep and performance. No magic diets, no drugs. Just healthy eating.

See how your body responds to different foods
Manage your weight
Stabilize your blood sugar
Feel energized and at your best each day

We’re all unique. So is our glucose response.

Blood sugar (or blood glucose) is the amount of glucose in the blood at a given time.

What affects this? Your DNA, your microbiome and the context in which you eat –and this is unique for everyone. For example, your body’s reaction to oatmeal can be totally different to someone else’s.

It is normal for your blood sugar to rise after a meal, but if it stays elevated for an extended period of time it’s often an indicator that the body has trouble regulating its sugar metabolism.

Maintaining healthy glucose levels is essential to your health. High blood sugar after eating can cause type 2 diabetes in the long term.

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Your Progress. Recapped.

Weekly recaps to summarize your progress.

Your Workouts, Sleep and Diet All in One Place.

Gain deeper insights by tracking your diet and lifestyle choices. Connect with Apple Health to instantly sync your data.

Your Diet Doesn’t Have to Remain a Mystery.

Easily track and get fast feedback
on your food choices.

Your Lifeline Talking.

Your glucose moves with your lifestyle.

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Your lifeline talking. That’s your glucose.

Sensing your glucose
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Your workouts, sleep and diet all in one place.

Integrates with Apple Health.

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Your diet doesn’t have to remain a mystery.

Easy tracking, fast feedback
on your food choices.

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Your progress. Recapped.

Easy tracking, fast feedback
on your food choices.

Reviews

Excellent app and excellent solution.

Stars

Every one should at least once learn what food does to their glucose levels. I love how the app scores my food.

An eye-opener I needed!

Stars

I totally changed my breakfast and snacks based on this. I thought i had been eating healthy but NO! No more blood sugar spikes.

Best Blood Sugar Monitoring App

Stars

This is the best blood sugar monitoring app. The algorithms are amazing and the app is clean and easy to use. If Apple were to design a blood sugar monitoring app they would design what the Team at Veri made!

I am in LOVE. I tried the Levels app but it wasn’t as good and you have to use both the Abbott app and the Levels app for details which is hard to do. The Levels app is very cluttered and poorly designed.

I recommend.

FAQs

Who is the product for?

Veri is designed for anyone who wants to improve their wellbeing by understanding how their body reacts to the food they eat.*

Food is fuel. It has a significant role in our lives, but most of us don't eat optimally for our bodies. With Veri, you get instant feedback on your meals from your glucose, giving you an outlook of how the food you eat, exercise, and sleep all affect your metabolism daily. You can use Veri to discover the right foods for you by comparing different meals and diets.

*Note: Veri shall not be used for medical use or practice. This includes use cases of seeking medical advice, preventing, diagnosing, or treating any medical condition, including conditions related to blood sugar control such as diabetes.

How does it work?

Veri is powered by continuous glucose monitors (CGM)*. The invasive sensor measures your glucose levels from your blood through a flexible filament.

To get a glucose reading, you press Scan on your Veri app and place your iPhone near the sensor. The sensor can monitor automatically your glucose levels up to eight hours from your last reading.

When you get started with Veri, you can apply the sensor on your arm in just a few minutes with the help of the Veri app. To activate a new sensor, you must initialize by scanning the sensor with the Veri app. This takes up to one hour, and you can start monitoring your glucose with Veri.

*The sensor we use is Abbott FreeStyle Libre. The Veri app supports only this sensor at this moment. The sensor is waterproof and has a 14-day wear time, and you can shower or go to the sauna during the wear time. Veri and Abbott FreeStyle Libre are not dependent upon one another to function, but you will need the sensor to collect blood sugar data.

When is it out for Android?

We're working on an Android app right now.

Sign up to our Android waitlist and we'll let you know when it's released.

Where is the service available?

Our service is currently available in the following regions:
EU
United Kingdom
Switzerland
United States

What is a CGM?

A Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) is a small sensor used to measure blood sugar levels in the body throughout the day. 

The sensor gets applied to the back of the upper arm. It translates the glucose measurements into dynamic data to show glucose direction and rate of change on your smartphone.

The sensor should be used according to its directions and labeling.

I am a diabetic, can I subscribe to Veri?

Please consult your doctor or a medical professional if you are able to use Veri. 

Veri shall not be used for medical use or practice. This includes use cases of seeking medical advice, preventing, diagnosing, or treating any medical condition, including conditions related to blood sugar control such as diabetes. 

Veri is contraindicated for individuals who are:
- diagnosed with diabetes (Type 1 or 2)
- received medical test results related to diabetes diagnosis
- pregnant
- diagnosed with an eating disorder
- under 18 years of age

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