The landmark 2012 Status of Prevention and Wellness survey asked physicians nationwide what they needed
to realistically help the 50-75% of their patients who would benefit from behavior change.
The Olumia Life platform was developed by a team of researchers, psychologists and data engineers, based on input from the physicians who participated in the study and many others. Medical professionals and physicians use this platform to extend the doctor-patient relationship and provide gradual, sustainable behavior change.
All recommendations are based on mainstream science and clinical best practices to help individuals gradually modify their behavior for sustainable, long-term change.
Our health system adjusts to each individual's habits, prompting them to better control their weight and improve overall health.
Study participants were healthy, middle-aged women with an average starting BMI of 31.6. Weight, waist, blood pressure, VO2 Max all had p < 0.005