How a Medical App Can Provide Insights and Answers to People Suffering from Chronic Symptoms

With food sensitivities, inflammation, and autoimmune diseases on the rise, taking control of your health has never been more important. The foods we eat play a key role in reducing physical and chronic symptoms that can occur including acne, eczema, dry and itch skin, bloating and fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), joint pain, migraines, and respiratory issues. Unfortunately, many rural areas don’t have access to top of the line medical and diagnostic testing to help patients identify and reduce chronic issues.

Bringing State-of-the-Art Testing to the Whole Country

EverlyWell is changing the consumer lab testing experience to make it easier for consumers to have access to their own personalized health and wellness information in order to improve quality of life and by providing an at-home test that tests 96 different foods for sensitivity and degree of reactivity.

“Our test has been extremely helpful to people who suspect food is the culprit for certain delayed physical symptoms. Our test has helped them take the guess work out of their food elimination planning and most see positive results after eliminating highly reactive foods,” says Erik Cardenas, Head of Operations and Technology, at EverlyWell.

Access Results Anywhere, Anytime

62% of smartphone owners have used their phone in the past year to look up information about a health condition. EverlyWell has paved the way for patients to take control of their health no matter where they live. A mobile app from EverlyWell will allow patients who don’t have access to a computer or internet to finally get answers. The mobile app can start a conversation between patient and doctor, focusing on wellbeing, healthy living and a new take on life.

The app will need to be graphics driven with statistics that are easy to understand so that the individual is able to interpret without struggling. Once ready, information regarding the app can be advertised on local radio stations all over the country especially rural communities that may not have access to a computer to see social media advertising about the app.

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