Health, Fitness & SportsTech

Telenutrition Startup Nutrimedy Raises $2.15 Million in Seed Funding Round

Today, Nutrimedy announced that it has received approximately $2.15 million in seed round funding from various investors. This is its latest round of funding for the Massachusetts-based startup. Prior to this round of funding, the company had reported $1.9 million of seed funds since its inception. The telenutrition tech startup is a B2B digital service that helps everyday people connect with registered dietitians, nationwide. Nutrimedy was created in March 2016  by co-founders Jonah Cohen, MD and Karolina Starczak, RD LDN. The app was most recently released in 2018.

Having a well-balanced diet is one of the biggest components of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, yet there are still so many who are without proper nutritional care. Nutrimedy is changing that with its innovative app and online platform. By remotely matching dietitians to patients based on each individual’s goals, Nutrimedy is able to monitor, track, and improve nutritional progress. The app and online service highlights general care, as well as a specialized option for expecting mothers.

As it grows, the company aims to continue to provide accessibility to evidence-based nutritional care, thereby reducing the onset of chronic disease. To learn more, visit https://www.nutrimedy.com.

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