Veri combines a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) with an easy-to-use app to help you find the right foods and habits for your body
Sensing your glucose on an auto-pilot.
Stable glucose is the key to metabolic health.
Veri connects with your glucose in real-time, giving you personalized, actionable insights to improve your health.
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A continuous glucose monitor (CGM) is a small device that sits on the back of your arm and measures blood sugar around the clock. It’s barely noticeable, totally pain free, and each lasts 14 days.
An average Veri user rates the pain of inserting the sensor as 1 out of 10.
Veri app helps you analyze your meals and lifestyle habits against glucose.
Log in your meals to learn the foods your body favours with Veri’s in-depth meal analysis.
Automatically connect your sleep and exercise data for a richer understanding of your metabolic health.
No more cookie-cutter diet advice. Veri builds a library of your best and worst meals to help you discover your optimal diet.
Your Daily Score guides how your meals, sleep and physical acitivity contributes to your metabolism.
Join the thousands of people taking control of their metabolic health with Veri. Together, we can help people around the world live happier, healthier lives!
Associate Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
Vice Chair of Research and Professor of Medicine (Emory University School of Medicine)
Assistant Professor at Duke University
President of the American Diabetes Association
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.
Veri is powered by continuous glucose monitors (CGM)*. The 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 phone 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.
Veri is compatible with iPhones 7 or newer and Android phones that have an NFC-scanner, Android 9.0 or newer and Google Play Store*.
Veri is not available on Huawei or other Android devices that don't have Google Play Store.
Veri requires an NFC connection to scan and is thus not available on iPad. Veri is not available for Android users on the US.
We do not work on the following phones:
- Xiaomi Redmi
- Samsung Galaxy S6
- Ulefone Armor 7
- Ulefone Armor X7 Pro
- Samsung Galaxy A10S
- Any Huawei phone
Our service is currently available in the following regions:
United States (only for Apple devices)
Customs fees may apply in Switzerland, Iceland and Norway.
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.
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
- diagnosed with an eating disorder
- under 18 years of age