Designed to support health and fitness optimisation, weight loss, fatigue and insulin resistance.
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Blood sugar (or blood glucose) is the amount of glucose in the blood at a given time.
What affects this? Your DNA, your microbiome and the context in which you eat –and this is unique for everyone. For example, your body’s reaction to oatmeal can be totally different to someone else’s.
It is normal for your blood sugar to rise after a meal, but if it stays elevated for an extended period of time it’s often an indicator that the body has trouble regulating its sugar metabolism.
Maintaining healthy glucose levels is essential to your health. High blood sugar after eating can cause type 2 diabetes in the long term.
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Your food is analysed and scored from 5 to 10. Learn how your body responds to food, exercise, sleep, stress & more
Compare and experiment with your meals, workouts and sleep to see what variations and tweaks may work better for you
A daily score to keep track of your overall health and wellbeing, and measure trends over time. Based on your food, habits, stress & more
Tag your meals, snacks, drinks and activities to keep track of the things that work best for you
Access to the Vively App that pairs up with your sensor.
Get instant glucose readings, log and analyse your data in real time
Get lifestyle recommendations based on your data (food, exercise, sleep etc)
Abbott FreeStyle Libre sensor for monitoring your glucose over 14 days
Sensor applicator for applying the sensor (you won't feel a thing)
Dr Michelle Woolhouse is one of Australia's leading integrative GPs with 20+ years experience using the proven therapeutic interventions of lifestyle medicine to improve symptoms such as weight gain, sleep, infertility, skin and hair problems
Dr Woolhouse is an author and host of The Good Doctor podcast, a popular show that has attracted over 500,000+ downloads
MBBS, FRACGP, ACNEM, FASLM, Grad Dip. Mind-Body Medicine
Everyone has different glucose responses to different foods, workouts and other lifestyle factors. Even identical twins (yep, this has been proven in research)
So unfortunately, you can't just look this one up in Google.
You need experts to interpret your data, but this is often expensive and inaccessible for a lot of people in Australia.
We've worked with the leading integrative doctors and behavioural scientists to take complex physiological data points from your glucose and other health data, and transform it into actionable insights that are personalised to your unique lifestyle and diet
This open-source research program has been developed by Vively and Digital Health CRC to assist university students and researchers in answering this question by investigating the use of CGMs, wearables and artificial intelligence (AI) to tackle one of the largest health problems of our generation.
Discover the common practices of Australians to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Dive into the importance of nutrition, sanitation, and more! Learn how to inspire healthy eating habits and manage glucose levels effectively to promote overall health.
Dive into the essentials of a healthy Australian lifestyle, from smart dietary choices to the revolutionary impact of fitness wearables and health apps. Learn how to maintain an active, well-balanced life down under.
This blog post covers the transcript of an enlightening and insightful session on the complex world of dietary fats. This online event dived deep into the compelling interplay between dietary fats, glucose control, and metabolic health.
Discover MCT Oil and the benefits for weight loss and glucose control. With a reputation for energy-boosting properties and potential weight loss benefits, many are keen to understand what MCT oil is and whether it can genuinely aid in optimising metabolism.
A continuous glucose monitor (CGM) device is a type of glucose monitor that works through a tiny sensor inserted under your skin. It measures your interstitial glucose level, or the fluid between your cells, every few minutes. A transmitter in the device wirelessly sends the information to a mobile app on your phone so that you can monitor what your blood sugar is doing throughout the day.
If you do not have diabetes, you may be wondering: aren’t glucose monitors not needed for someone like myself? Even if you do not have prediabetes or diabetes but are insulin resistant - or borderline insulin resistant - committing to several months of using a CGM can be a powerful way to discover what foods, exercises, and habits keep your blood sugar stable and thereby reduce your risk of developing a more serious condition down the line.
The instant and personalised feedback about your dietary and lifestyle choices that a CGM provides feedback about what specifically works for your body to optimise your hormone balance, fertility, and overall health.
For example, both brown rice and quinoa are whole grain carbohydrates. But perhaps your body metabolises quinoa in a way that does not cause a blood sugar spike or vice versa. Or maybe it's a matter of whether you are eating a certain food before or after a workout that makes your body tolerate it better. See where we're going here?
Motivation to live healthier comes in cycles. So, our membership pricing does too. $249 for 1 CGM sensor + access to the beta app for 3 months. Renews every quarter, cancel anytime.
- Access to the Vively beta app for 3 months - including unlimited access to your Vively glucose insights, habit building technology and more
- 1 CGM sensor (lasts 14 days each) — we ship this to you with free delivery + get a complete guide on how to use it. You can purchase more at any time through the app at cost price ($129 per sensor)
- Option to BYO wearable e.g. smart watch
Great question. At $129 per sensor, that could get quite expensive and out of reach for lots of people. Fast!
That's why Vively has designed a system that only requires 14 days worth of glucose data every 3 months. Once we have your data, our dietitian and algorithms use that data to help you implement your insights and learnings, in a measurable way. Then in 3 months time, we re-calibrate your glucose data with another sensor. That way, we bring the cost right down for you, but you're still able to adapt to any changes in your diet and lifestyle.
That said, you can purchase additional sensors through the app at cost price whenever you like. Free shipping included.
Yes, we do. Occasionally there will be faulty sensors, and we'll replace them for you free of charge. We won't be able to replace sensors that have been damaged or mis-used by the user.
Insulin is a hormone secreted by your pancreas that regulates blood sugar levels. Its function is to convert glucose, or blood sugar, into energy for bodily functions.
Insulin resistance occurs when your muscles, fat, and liver do not respond to insulin. If your body does not respond to insulin, your blood sugar remains higher (since it is not being converted into energy as efficiently) and your pancreas will produce more insulin, leaving your insulin levels high as well. People who are insulin resistant are likely to develop type 2 diabetes and inflammatory conditions down the line.
Oftentimes, individuals may not exhibit any symptoms, but over time as the condition worsens, the pancreas is no longer able to produce enough insulin, which results in elevated blood sugar levels. As a result of high blood sugar levels, symptoms such as hunger, energy spikes and crashes, stubborn weight gain, frequent urination, thirst, headaches, and skin infections can occur.
Lifestyle medicine is a multi-disciplinary approach of working towards improved prevention, management, and treatment of chronic, complex and lifestyle-related conditions. ‘Lifestyle-related’ includes environmental, societal, behavioural and other factors. Lifestyle Medicine is a rapidly growing science-backed discipline, and Vively makes it easy to access and affordable for everyone.
Only our health professionals and authorised staff will have access to view your medical records. Data can be stored on third party servers, but it’s always encrypted.