Let the data speak.
Every doctor, dietician, patient, and researcher has a different opinion on what causes and what effectively treats IBS. There are staunch believers in probiotics, antibiotics, diets, medications, antidepressants, hallucinogens, meditation, and the list goes on. Dieta is different because we don’t believe in any theory other than data itself. When we make a recommendation, it comes only from facts and statistics, without bias.
Be the product.
The people building our product use our product themselves. They wear an exercise tracker, drink out of a smart water bottle, and take pictures of everything they eat and test the data output on themselves. Our value proposition to our users is only our data and our user base. We’re asking our users to do the work of tracking their data, so we lead by example as users.
There are a lot of different goals and metrics we can track and optimize on this journey. The number one priority is always improving the health and quality of life of our users. Everything else (revenue, PR, etc) will follow.
The way that healthcare is today isn’t the way it’s going to be in the future. We believe that in the future we will have even better care, faster, and with fewer barriers based on the country you live in or your ability to pay. We can play a part in making that future happen faster.