Save money by helping your people lead healthier lives through food.

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Why Your Organization Should Get Started With Selectivor.

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Organizations now pay for a growing chunk of US health costs.

Chronic disease accounts for 90% of these costs, with diet being the leading cause of chronic disease.

Studies show disease management is a key driver of ROI and cost savings.

Save your organization money with our physician-designed, diet-based disease platform.

How we’re better.

Physician-created and driven.

Created by a specialist with 20 years of experience in integrative medicine and wellness. Guided by a medical advisory board of physicians from top US medical schools.

Inclusive of more of your people on a single platform.

Beyond diabetes, obesity and heart disease, we also manage nearly 100 diets, 50 medical conditions, and hundreds of food allergies & sensitivities so more people can engage and benefit.

Hyper-personalized.

Our AI-curated recipe and food suggestions fit everyone’s personal eating needs, no matter how complex.

Know what foods make people feel their best.

Symptom and compliance trackers help people identify trigger foods and eating plans that deliver real results. It’s easy to download and share progress with health providers.

Fun, gamified behavior change.

Gamified personal challenges encourage people to build healthier habits through a fun, step-by-step experience.

We’re social because food is social.

Staying on plan when eating with others is a huge barrier to success. Connect with buddies so everyone’s wishes are known and included. Even create groups where no one’s needs are left out.

Engaging and playful.

Get valuable information from our interactive chat interface that’s more natural, engaging and fun.

Easily accessible.

We meet your people where they are with easy access via mobile and our voice companion, Food Expert, on Alexa and Google Assistant.

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References

Centers for Disease Control, Chronic Diseases in America, 2019.

World Health Organization and World Bank, Global Burden of Disease, 2013.

JAMA, 2018;319(14):1444-1472.

RAND Workplace Wellness Programs Study, 2013.