exercise recovery & performance
Detect deficiencies. Measure 164 nutrient levels --- in real-time.
Fuelbetter monitors your nutrient intake throughout the day, compares this to your unique nutrient requirements, and checks for the presence of any deficiencies or excesses.
Historically, only blood tests could offer this level of insight, at an average cost per nutrient more than an evening take-out for 2. Fuelbetter tests for 164 nutrients in real time, at a fraction of the cost.
Nutrients measured include:
Fats, including total fats, short-chain saturates, medium-chain saturates, LA, CLA, ALA, DHA, EPA, and 38 other fat fractions
Carbohydrates, including net carbs, added sugars, fiber, and 11 other carbohydrate fractions
Proteins, including creatine, BCAAs, the essential amino acids, 10 other non-essential amino acids
Vitamins, including essential vitamins, key provitamins, and important precursors such as trimethylglycine (betaine)
Minerals, including 13 essential macro- and micro-minerals
Phytonutrients, starting with 56 (from epogallocatechin-3-gallate to quercitin), and more on the way
You are different. Discover your unique nutrient requirements.
To get what you need, you must first know what you're looking for.
Fuelbetter calculates your unique nutrient requirements using techniques normally reserved for elite athletes -- drawing on your specific physiology, lifestyle, dietary preference, and (if you're an athlete) your athletic focus & training volume to accurately quantify your unique biological requirements.
Iron is a great example. A woman following a paleo diet who exercises infrequently may have a dietary iron need of 4mg/day, while another woman of the same height and weight but following a vegan diet and training as a competitive endurance runner may need 100mg/day. That’s a big difference – equivalent to the amount of iron in 3.5kg (8 lbs.) of spinach.