Most people in the United States take one or more dietary supplements each day. They choose supplements while hoping they will improve their overall health or address specific health issues, according to a government survey. But who knows whether or not ingredients in the pills they find at the drug or grocery store meet their specific nutritional needs?
Specialists in robotics, nutrition, and gerontology may have discovered the answer. They founded Panacea BioMatx, a start-up biotech company that focuses on personalized nutrition. Their system formulates a blend of vitamins, minerals, or herbs for each individual, adds it to a choice of food, and places the mixture in gel packets.
Here is how it works. Instead of determining the ingredients based on the dietary needs of the standard American adult, Panacea asks consumers questions about their health and compares the answers with respected scientific data. Panacea analyzes this combined information in order to devise the best formulation for each consumer.
To make personalized nutrition a reality, Panacea takes the data and uses robotics and a formulation process. This on-demand, patented system produces a month’s supply in minutes.
Panacea offers its personalized nutrition supplements directly to consumers while it works toward expanding the applications of its system. It recently developed a licensing agreement with an Australian based company that specializes in nutrition and wellness. In the near future, it expects to join with a U.S. hospital company to address nutrient deficiencies of its patients.
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