Science for every body
We run the world’s largest in-depth nutrition study, and we’ve turned our research into a personalized program that gives you insights into how your body responds to food.
Discover our pioneering studies
PREDICT encompasses a collection of rigorously designed clinical trials that have helped us to understand and predict personalized metabolic responses to foods so we can all move beyond a “one-size-fits-all” approach to nutrition.
Through this research, we’ve developed an at-home test kit that can give everyone a better understanding of their unique metabolism and gut microbiome.
Latest published research from the ZOE teams
Menopause is associated with postprandial metabolism, metabolic health and lifestyle: The ZOE PREDICT study
The menopause transition is associated with unfavourable alterations in health. However, postprandial metabolic changes and their mediating factors are poorly understood.
Diet quality and risk and severity of COVID-19: a prospective cohort study
Poor metabolic health and unhealthy lifestyle factors have been associated with risk and severity of COVID-19, but data for diet are lacking. We aimed to investigate the association of diet quality with risk and severity of COVID-19 and its interaction with socioeconomic deprivation.
Postprandial glycaemic dips predict appetite and energy intake in healthy individuals
Here, we showed that postprandial glucose dips 2–3 h after a meal are a better predictor of postprandial self-reported hunger and subsequent energy intake than peak glucose at 0–2 h and glucose incremental area under the blood glucose curve at 0–2 h.
ZOE SCIENTISTS AND SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD
Meet the people behind our ground-breaking research
Tim Spector, MD FRCP FRSB
Professor of Genetic Epidemiology
King’s College London, UK
Sarah Berry, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Nutritional Sciences
King’s College London, UK
Will Bulsiewicz MD MSCI
Board Certified Gastroenterologist
Andrew T. Chan, MD MPH
Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School & Chief of Clinical and Translational Epidemiology Unit
Massachusetts General Hospital, USA
Nicola Segata, PhD
Associate Professor of Computational Metagenomics
University of Trento, Italy
Ana Valdes, PhD
Professor in Genetic and Molecular Epidemiology
University of Nottingham, UK
Christopher Gardner, PhD
Rehnborg Farquhar Professor of Medicine
Stanford University, USA
Javier Gonzalez, PhD
Reader in Human Metabolism
University of Bath, UK
Jose Ordovas, PhD
Director, Nutrition and Genomics Laboratory, USDA-HNRCA
Tufts University, USA
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