We want to improve people’s health and performance.
To do that, we created an ecosystem of science-based solutions. At the heart of it is our app, enabling people to easily track their basic nutrition and most important biomarkers.
It includes the first low-carb and keto food search engine. Foods are given a score based on our in-house scoring system, making it clear what food is right for someone’s stated health and performance goals.
Our articles and podcasts give people some science and a little wisdom. It helps get the most out of our app and really makes those diet and lifestyle changes stick.
Raphael Sirtoli has an MSc in Molecular Biology and is a PhD candidate in Neuroscience at the Behavioral n’ Molecular Lab in Portugal. His understanding of metabolism, nutrition and clinical medicine is the base from which Nutrita’s knowledge derives. He loves open scientific debate, Crossfit, football, hiking and cold water immersion.
Edouard is an entrepreneur with a background in wealth management. He worked on several startups and co-founded a fintech & a networking app. He is an avid learner and an autodidact who loves chess, eating keto and rowing on a lake.
UI/UX Design & Front-end
Guillaume is Nutrita’s UX/UI design lead with extensive experience in product management. He teaches in many design and business schools in France. He is also the co-founder of Betoken.fund, a decentralized crypto hedge fund. Guillaume is a foodtechie and token economy lover.
Tomasz is a lead developer in major IT companies with more than 10 years of programming experience as a lead developer and has a strong biochemistry background. He’s active in the community of entrepreneurs and participated in many hackathons as well as startup boot camps
Nutrition & Research
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Andrea is a writer specializing in health and wellness. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from McMaster University, is a certified personal trainer with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), and is currently studying to become a certified nutritional practitioner (CNP) with the Institute of Holistic Nutrition.
Our Writing Guidelines
We want to get the science right and do good by our audience and users.
To do that, we write about topics that interest our audience and that our team have studied deeply. Accurate, actionable and interesting is what we aim for.
Our content team includes Ph.D. research scientists, copy editors, graphic designers and engineers, all lending their professional expertise to produce great content. We’re careful to reference key claims with numbers  linking to a particular scientific study for anyone to verify independently.
When producing content, our team judiciously considers clinical evidence, animal models, observational data, computational models, clinical case-reports and considerations stemming evolutionary biology.
Our expert advisory board includes doctors, engineers and researchers who provide viewpoint diversity and lend their expertise to our mission.
Dominic D'Agostino, Phd
Dominic is a tenured Associate Professor at the USF Morsani College of Medicine and a research scientist at IHMC. He seeks to educate scientists, clinicians and the lay public on metabolic-based research to advance the treatment and prevention of disease. He’s a talented and tireless public advocate of good science.
Eric Sodicoff, MD
Eric completed his undergraduate studies from from Temple University’s School of Medicine in 1996 and finished his internal medicine residency in 1999. He’s a primary care physician board certified in internal and obesity medicine. His special interest is in low-carb/ketogenic diets with an emphasis on root cause analyses.
Jacqui van Kemenade, MD
Jacqui is a general medical practitioner (GP) since 2002 and co-owns a private practice. She’s a consultant GP specializing in diabetes who performs root cause analyses for her patients chronic health conditions. She’s a passionate science communicator who focuses on the relationship between nutrition and chronic disease.
Tucker is an IT engineer and autodidact who has successfully applied himself to the field of nutrition. He has considerable expertise on the health effects of high omega-6 seed oils, their role in ‘diseases of civilization’ and knows how to best integrate considerations from evolutionary biology into nutrition and medicine.
Gabor Erdosi, MSc
Gabor Erdosi has a Master’s in Molecular Biology, extensive experience in biotech industries and founded the highly reputed Lower Insulin Facebook curating discussions about health and metabolism. Gabor is also Nutrita’s podcast co-host called the BreakNutrition show, where he and Raphael have reviewed nutrition science papers.
Antonio is a lawyer, experienced lobbyist, a co-founder of Public Health Collaboration USA and vice-president of Gotham Government Relations. His focus in Healthcare law is about food, drugs, nutraceuticals, and complementary medicine. He seeks to improve incentive structures around food, medicine and healthcare policy.
Steven Horvitz, D.O
Steven earned his Doctorate of Osteopathy, completed his practice of Family Osteopathy in 1994 and has been in solo private family practice since 1998. In 2008 he established the Institute for Medical Wellness, a direct to primary care service emphasizing prevention, lifestyle interventions and root cause analyses.