Find out which foods are making you hangry

myLevels helps you discover your unique food responses to improve focus, increase energy and lose weight.

Launching early 2019 - join the waitlist now.

What is myLevels?

myLevels makes it possible to see how you uniquely respond to food, in real time. We give you a glucose sensor so you can see your sugar levels and understand your unique profile of responses. We then give you personalised help evolving what you eat to keep your sugar levels balanced. Our motto is to do things the Pareto (80/20) way - so finding the easy changes that have a big impact - this might mean things like switching lager for IPA, granola for porridge or grapes for strawberries.
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Why sugar levels?

Sugar levels can explain all sorts from weight gain to your after lunch fuzziness, your cravings and your hanger. Keeping them balanced has huge benefits but relies on you understanding your unique responses.

Completely Personalised Responses! Everybody responds differently to different foods. For example, someone might get huge spikes from bananas but not potatoes and another person exactly opposite.

Improve Focus, Weight, Sleep, Cravings and Mood! When you balance your sugar levels, you experience consistently higher energy levels, easy weight loss and better sleep. Also without sugar crashes, you have increased focus, less cravings and a better mood.

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How it works

It's simple:

  1. Wear a continuous glucose monitor for 2 weeks.
  2. Take a photo of all the foods you eat in this time.
  3. We do the rest: we calculate the impact each food has on your sugar levels & use this to build your report.

At the end of the two weeks we'll send you a personalised report full of insights about your best and worst foods, how you compare to others and personalised suggestions to help you keep your sugar levels more stable.  

We're launching a public beta for Android users in early 2019. The price is £99 and you can join the waitlist now.

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