In 2005 there were a series of discussions between scientists, doctors, patients, and students in Washington, DC. From these discussions, it was concluded that nutrition (and analysis thereof) is only partially integrated within preventive care. Furthermore, that interventions in preventive care involving food are often more contingent on patients' financial circumstances.
In collaboration with medical centers, research institutions, grocery chains, and private businesses, we have developed frameworks to analyze and implement nutrition interventions for a wide array of medical issues.
In addition to protocols for nutrition intervention in medicine, we provide detailed financial analysis for grocery chains, insurers, nonprofits, and care homes.