People are more likely to adhere to personalized, data-driven wellness recommendations. That’s why we center our Precision Nutrition program around genetic insights, access to a high-touch clinical team, and support from dedicated registered dietitian nutritionists.
Our data show that for 20% of high-risk employees graduating from the Precision Nutrition program, you may see a 70% - 90% reduction in the plan expenses when it comes to medication for diabetic and/or other chronic diseases.
BASE10’s dietitians support each participant’s needs based on personal, physical, and psychological factors that influence nutritional behavior. Unlike other approaches available, we focus on what makes everyone unique, and uncover individuals’ predispositions towards diet choices, nutritional needs, and how they metabolize various foods.
A truly hands-off solution for employers: We take care of employee engagement and recruitment to the program.
Hands-on help and coaching with registered dietitian nutritionist: We thoroughly explain the process and connect participants to their genetic results one-on-one.
Champion healthy employees: We assess risk of chronic disease and curate a personalized curriculum based on their personal wellness goals.
Empower at-risk employees: our transformative nutrigenetics program delivers measurable health outcomes.
High-touch engagement: our clinical team connects with participants on food and exercise regimens to help achieve goals.
Unlimited two-way communication Accessible contact supports lifestyle changes and nutritional guidance.
One-on-one guidance: our registered dietitians work directly with participants and use behavioral coaching to foster health promotion and disease prevention across the lifespan.
We assessed and quantified the benefits of the Precision Nutrition Program on overall wellness.
During this 3-month pilot program, participants made meaningful changes to their health starting in the first month and some even reached their outcomes early.
Wellness programs of the past were designed to deliver services, not measurable health outcomes