Build a better you with Olumia

Olumia helps you lose weight and improve your health using adaptive lifestyle coaching

Start improving your life today. Olumia guides you at your own pace to improved eating, exercise and sleep behavior

Control your weight

We make weight-control easy by
using science-based approaches
to help you succeed

The quick way to shape up

Empower yourself with more energy,
more motivation and a path to
looking and feeling better

Feel healthy & Fit

It all starts with you, but
where to begin? We’ll help you
achieve sustainable healither habits

A fun, easy-to-use, personalized
way to get healthy and fit today


Daily guidance for you

Get daily tips & guidance based on your progress to help you stay on track—written by our elite team of doctors


Know what to eat everywhere

Easy meal tracking with recommended meals for home and menu guidance at thousands of restaraunts around you


Effective in clinical study

Designed from the ground up by Stanford-trained physicians dedicated to science-based approaches to health improvement


Personal training for any level

Personalized exercise-by-exercise training programs at home or gym for people at all fitness levels—progress at your own pace


Lose weight naturally

Lose weight natrually and keep it off using physicican-designed strategies that harnass the power of your body


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The medical advisory board powering Olumia

Steven Willey

Dr. Steven Willey is a St. Louis, Missouri-based doctor best known for his innovative work on optimizing the human body’s metabolic performance. He coined the term Insulin Efficiency, which describes a condition where the hormone insulin is optimized to provide the greatest effect at the lower level. Dr. Willey is a published author and works to advance new methods of preventing and reversing chronic disease through lifestyle changes involving nutrition, sleep and phtsical activity.

Dr. Willey attended Stanford University to complete his medical internship and residency. While working closely with patients at Stanford, Dr. Willey began to formulate his methods for optimizing health through specific lifestyle modifications.

Upon completion of his residency in 1994, Dr. Willey opened his medical practice at St. Luke's Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, where he has practiced internal medicine for over twenty years. From 1995 until the present, Dr. Willey has acted as the Medical Director at Maryville University.

In 2004, Dr. Willey restructured his medical practice to become a private, concierge practice, focusing on extended personalized care for his patients. It was during this time that Dr. Willey perfected a unified program of preventive medicine and lifestyle intervention techniques that enabled many of his patients to avoid or reverse chronic disease as well as to achieve their desired body weight.

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George Kichura

George Kichura is board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, Interventional Cardiology, and Clinical Lipidology. His special interests include interventional cardiology specifically PTCA, intracoronary stent placement, heart attack care, resistant hypertension, cholesterol management and peripheral interventions. Dr. Kichura is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association, Society of Cardiac Angiography and Interventions, and the American College of Physicians.

Dr. Kichura has served as a clinical instructor at Washington University School of Medicine. He is the immediate past president of the American Heart Association BOD for the Greater St. Louis Region. He is the state STEMI leader for the Missouri Time Critical Diagnosis (TCD) program for heart attack, stroke, and trauma. He has been recognized as one of the best doctors in the greater St. Louis region.

Dr. Kichura was born in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated from WashingtonUniversity in St. Louis College of Arts and Sciences with Honors. He then attended the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine where he was elected into Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. He served his internship and residency in internal medicine at St. JohnsMercyMedicalCenter. He served his cardiology fellowship at St. LouisUniversity where he served as chief fellow. He served his interventional cardiology fellowship at WashingtonUniversity in St. Louis. He had further training in clinical lipidology and achieved board certification.

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John Acquavvella

Dr. John Acquavvella developed Amgen’s Global Epidemiology function through 2010. Then, until retirement, headed the largest therapeutic area (oncology) in Amgen’s nascent Center for Observational Research. Was elected and served as President American College of Epidemiology. Was elected chair of the Industry Council for the International…

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James Walsh

James K. Walsh is executive director and senior scientist of St. Luke's Sleep Medicine and Research Center, visiting professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Stanford University and adjunct professor of psychology at Saint Louis University. He also serves as executive director of the Academic Alliance for Sleep Research.

Dr. Walsh received his doctorate in experimental psychology from Saint Louis University in 1978. Since 1975 he has written more than 175 scientific manuscripts and chapters. His primary research interests include insomnia, clinical pharmacology, shift work and the relationship of sleep and behavior.

He is on the editorial board of Sleep and was a member of the board of directors of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) from 1984 to 1993 (president, 1991-92) and the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) from 1997 to 2009 (chairman, 2001-05). He has served on the board of directors of the Sleep Research Society (SRS) since 2005 (president, 2010-11). From 1994 to 1997 he was a member of the Sleep Disorders Research Advisory Board for the National Center for Sleep Disorders Research at the National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Walsh has received awards including the AASM's 1995 Nathaniel Kleitman Award for Distinguished Service, the Lewis University Alumni Achievement Award in Psychology in 1994, the AASM's Senator Mark Hatfield Public Policy Award in 1998 and the NSF's Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006.

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Look what 12 weeks with Olumia
can do for you and your body

Published 12-week clinical results

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Reduced weight by an average of 13.5 lbs.

(7.3% bodyweight)

Reduced waist size by nearly 3 inches

(7.2 centimeters)

Reduced blood pressure by 19 points

(SBP by 19 mm/hg)

Reduced bad cholesterol (LDL) by 24 points

(LDL>130 ng/dL)

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