The case for better health is undeniable

Touch glucose monitoring was created for real people living real lives

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180 Million American adults (over 70% of adults) are overweight or obese.1 Obesity is a clear path to additional diseases.2

High BMI is the tip of the iceberg

Elevated BMI (body mass index) may cause cardiovascular disease, hypertension, kidney disease, retinopathy, amputations, higher risk of some cancers, and other diseases.

The cost of presenteeism at work

For employers, loss of workforce productivity and “presenteeism” is a hidden but real cost, in addition to direct healthcare costs.

The personal burden is immense

Obesity and its related states of health are a tremendous personal burden on individuals, both financial and emotional.

Managing glucose and the obesity/comorbidity cycle


Elevated glucose is related to serious debilitating conditions including:

  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Hypertension
  • Kidney disease
  • Limb amputation
  • Retinopathy
  • Sleep apnea
  • Fatty liver disease

Multiple morbidities are especially deadly and costly

There is tremendous need for an accessible, acceptable tool to help people see the impact of different foods as well as activity on their glucose levels. Many people actually do want to take steps toward better health, but face barriers in obtaining the means to understand glucose.

Our technology can help your company by enabling employees to see their glucose levels. This basic insight in own body metrics enables an individual to make positive health changes. Ideally, a company would have the means to offer intervention before an employee is diagnosed with a serious disease.

Our technology can be part of a path toward proactively reducing the cost of health.

Health for all

Glucose monitoring and overall health management is dominated by the willing person’s mindset – those who will “follow the program.”   

We speak less about those who are hesitant, isolated, fearful, ashamed, or carry burdens.

However this group has higher rates of diseases, complications, co-morbidities and suffering.   

They are the most difficult to reach and have higher health costs.

These are the people at the center of our attention.