The Veri program

The Veri Program

We show you objective data from your body, then guide you to improve your diet, habits, and health.

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Why Veri?

Every body is different. The key to better health is understanding yours.

Veri's program combines your data from a continuous glucose monitor with behavior-change psychology and health science to guide you on your health journey.

The Veri Program Overview

4 Sensors

56 days of blood sugar tracking

Wear sensors back-to-back or with breaks

Access to App, Support, and Community

Self-paced Program

Our program, your data

Understand and improve your blood sugar levels through our evidence-based program. That means no more guessing, restriction, or one-size-fits-all diets.

Instant feedback

Learn how different meals and habits affect your health with real-time data from a CGM. We’ll show you which foods to keep, and which to kick.

A window into your body

How It Works


Wear 4 sensors (CGMs) with or without breaks


Track your meals, activities, and sleep


Follow the in-app curriculum of content and recommendations


Learn the right food and lifestyle choices for your body


Build sustainable habits and watch your health markers improve

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start Veri.

More than 30,000 members and counting.
Join Veri today to find the you you’ve been missing.

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Created in collaboration with leading scientists

Dr. John A. Hawley

Dr. John A. Hawley

Director of the Centre for Exercise & Nutrition at Mary MacKillop Institute
for Health Research (ACU)

Advisor on Glucose, Metabolism & Exercise

Dr. Jessilyn Dunn

Dr. Jessilyn Dunn

Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Duke University

Advisor on Wearables & Behavior Change

Dr. Vimal Ramjee

Dr. Vimal Ramjee

Director of Health at Veri, Cardiologist and Culinary Medicine Specialist

Advisor on development of Veri Scores

Dr. Mohammed K. Ali

Dr. Mohammed K. Ali

Vice Chair of Research and Professor of Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine

Advisor on Diabetes Risk & Prevention