Trifecta Partners with Onegevity Health and Thorne to Offer End-to-End Personalized Nutrition

SACRAMENTO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / August 27, 2020 / Today, Trifecta, the nation’s largest organic meal delivery service, is announcing its new partnership with Onegevity Health, and Thorne, two health and technology companies that are disrupting prevention and wellness, to offer end-to-end personalized nutrition solutions.

As the leading multi-omic health intelligence platform using research-grade evaluations and artificial intelligence to deliver science-based, consumer-friendly, personalized health recommendations, Onegevity is the only company in its field to offer an integrative health intelligence solution that can assess and map the most complex physiological measures.

With their biological test offerings GutBio and AgeBio available, and with PerformBio coming soon, Onegevity gives consumers the precise dietary recommendations that would be physiologically best for them (based on blood, gut, microbiome, saliva, and other metrics) and then the ability to order meal plans and A La Carte items directly from Trifecta complemented by nutritional solutions from Thorne

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Keeping an eye on a kid’s optic health

Dr. Samantha Roland from Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital joined us to explain what parents can do to keep their children’s eyes healthy.

SAINT PETERSBURG, Fla. — With e-learning in full swing, children continue to spend unprecedented amounts of time in front of screens. But what does that mean for their eyes’ health? Dr. Samantha Roland from Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital joined us to explain what parents can do to keep their children’s eyes healthy. Tips include incorporating the 20-20-20 rule. This rule suggests after 20 minutes of a focused activity you look away at something that is 20 feet away for a total of 20 seconds. For more information visit

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Welltech1 invests $400,000 in PopBase, a start-up building a gamified platform that teaches kids how to maintain a healthy lifestyle

PopBase, which has already raised $1.8 million to date, beat 152 companies in an international start-up competition initiated by Welltech1; Competition was held in collaboration with the Global Wellness Institute’s Wellness Moonshot

TEL AVIV, Israel (PRWEB) August 31, 2020

Welltech1, the first Israeli VC fund and hub to specialize in wellness-related technologies, today announced that they have invested $400,000 in PopBase, one of two start-ups that beat 152 companies in the international start-up competition that ran in collaboration with the Global Wellness Institute (GWI).

The competition was part of the GWI’s The Wellness Moonshot: A World Free of Preventable Disease, the first commitment to eradicate preventable, chronic diseases worldwide. The participating wellness-focused start-ups came from 25 countries around the world, including the US, Canada, Bahrain, Denmark, Australia, India, Hong Kong, Chile and Israel.

PopBase, headquartered in Los Angeles, was founded by Lisa Wong (US), Amit Tishler (Israel), and Richard Weeks

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William Kennedy’s New Book ‘A Choco-Late Concept’ Shows a Different Take on Simple and Healthy Eating – Press Release

Recent release ‘A Choco-late Concept’ from Covenant Books author William Kennedy is an informative discussion about eating healthy with tips and advices one can utilize.

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William Kennedy, a writer from Illinois and a father of two, has completed his new book, “A Choco-late Concept”: a brilliant read that encourages self-discipline and living a healthy lifestyle.

William writes, “A Chocolate Concept is a different take on eating healthy with simplicity and fun. The author believes some parts of life don’t have to be complicated. He has a somewhat different dietary background and shares some admittedly novel ideas.”

Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, William Kennedy’s new book is an informative guidebook that helps readers begin a path towards a healthy lifestyle through the tips, advices, recipes, and guidelines enclosed in this creation.

Readers can purchase “A Choco-late Concept” at

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Heart Health for Women Over 50 Starts With These Tips

For a lot of women, their 50s is when they really hit their stride, especially when it comes to health. At this point, you probably know what type of eating plan makes you feel your best and you’ve experimented with enough different types of workouts that you know what you actually have fun doing.

But in other ways, it can feel more challenging. Thanks to menopause, your body is changing in ways that might not always be welcome. You might feel more winded doing a workout that you used to crush just a few years before. Or maybe new worries are entering your mind, such as bone loss or keeping your heart healthy. The latter is one cardiologists hear about a lot from women over 50.

Cardiologists Harvey Kramer, MD and Matthew Budoff, MD both say there are some heart health tips they discuss with all of their female patients

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14 healthy reasons to workout before 9am

a person standing in front of a sunset: Morning workouts help you feel energised for the day ahead. Here's why you should make them a part of your AM routine.

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Morning workouts help you feel energised for the day ahead. Here’s why you should make them a part of your AM routine.

The optimum time of day to exercise is ultimately one that suits your individual lifestyle, sleeping habits and preferences. After all, squeezing in a workout at 7pm because you couldn’t resist a lie-in is always going to be a better option than skipping it altogether.

With that said, there are a whole host of benefits associated with swerving the snooze button and getting your workout done first thing. With advice from personal trainer James Starks, co-founder of Starks Fitness, we present 14 compelling reasons to hit the gym before 9am:

16 reasons to workout in the morning

The first couple of hours in the morning sets the tone for the rest of your day. Here are 14 morning workout benefits that might just convince you

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Business Donates Over $3K To Mental Health Organization

a sign on the side of a building: In case you missed it: check out this article posted to the Patchogue Patch.

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In case you missed it: check out this article posted to the Patchogue Patch.

In case you missed it, here’s a story that appeared last week in the Patchogue Patch:

PATCHOGUE, NY — A Patchogue eatery recently raised over $3,000 for a mental health organization, sparked after an incident at the business this month. On August 1, Mademoiselle of Patchogue on 61 N. Ocean Avenue had a person with a “mental health issue” come into the business to reach out for help, the owner, Michelle Gillette Kelly, posted in Facebook video.

Suffolk police confirmed officers responded to the cafe on an “aided case.” Kelly stated in the video that the person received the help they needed. After that, she made the decision to host a “Mademoiselle Mental Health Awareness Day” last Saturday.

During the event, the business donated all of the profits from the day

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Rob Kardashian ‘committed to healthier lifestyle’ | People

Rob Kardashian 'committed to healthier lifestyle'

Rob Kardashian is “committed” to his healthier lifestyle.

The 33-year-old TV personality – who has struggled with depression, weight gain and type 2 diabetes in recent years – has been making efforts to improve his mental and physical wellbeing and his family are thrilled with his progress.

A source told PEOPLE: “He had a lot of work to do when it comes to his health and that he continues to be very committed.

“Everyone is just thrilled about how well Rob is doing. He is really doing excellent.”

It was previously revealed that Rob was “unhappy and embarrassed” about his appearance but since going on a health kick, he is gaining confidence.

An insider explained recently: “Rob is doing well. He takes care of himself, works out and eats better.

“For a long time, he was unhappy and embarrassed about the way he looked. But now, he looks better. He

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Invest in Choose Health Stock for At-Home Blood Tests

Choose Health is a developer of at-home personalized blood tests. The company is also raising capital through a crowdfunding campaign on Republic. The minimum to invest in Choose Health stock is $100.

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The CEO and co-founder of the company is Mark Holland. Before launching Choose Health in 2018, he built and sold a nutraceutical brand to a Fortune 500 consumer products company. He also started CPG Experience, which is a venture and portfolio brand building business.

As for Choose Health, Holland has recruited two other co-founders. There is Michael Aaron, who was previously the marketing chief at Onnit and Canvas Groups. He has also served as an executive to digital agencies like Deutsch, Razorfish and Engine Digital.

Then there is Sarah Mosser, who has 15 years in the medical and nutraceutical industry. She has worked at Bio-Botanical Research, Romark and Warner Chilcott.


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