What Is Signos?

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Signos is the only company that combines a CGM with an AI-driven app to deliver real-time glucose monitoring for optimal health and weight management.

Signos translates an individual’s metabolic signals into timely recommendations for eating, exercise, and better health.

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How Does Signos Work?

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As members begin their Signos journeys, they log what they eat, allowing the Signos platform to learn each person’s glucose reaction to specific foods. Once calibrated, Signos uses that data to provide personalized nutrition suggestions, including which foods are best for each member, when to eat them, and when to exercise to bring glucose levels back within their optimal weight loss range.

Our mission

We're on a quest to tackle the obesity epidemic.

With nearly 75% of the American population overweight or obese, Signos provides a new way for people to act on their body’s unique response to what they eat to lose weight and kickstart a healthier life.

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Our Story
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Glucose Is the Key

Sharam's lifelong struggle with weight and fitness combined with a desire to understand his body brought him to the idea that glucose could be the ideal biometric to track. He took Bill—who tracked his weight via spreadsheets—out for pizza and they came up with the idea of creating a new, biodata-centric approach to weight loss.

Meet the executive team behind Signos

Succeed with Signos

Signos teaches you to make impactful changes that last.

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Built by your body

Signos uses data directly from your body to design a weight loss plan that's unique to your lifestyle.

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A piece of cake

Remove the guesswork of weight loss. All you need to do is wear the patch and follow your prompts.

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Your health roadmap

Small lifestyle changes that lead to amazing results. Get a flexible plan & stay on course.

Scientific Advisory Board

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Jonathan (Jack) Lord, MD

Board-certified forensic pathologist, chairman of the board at BIOLASE, former Dexcom chairman
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Suneil Koliwad, MD, PhD

Chief of endocrinology at UCSF Health, associate professor of medicine at UCSF School of Medicine, expert in obesity, metabolism & diabetes
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Jay Skyler, MD

Professor of medicine, pediatrics & psychology at University of Miami, Dexcom board member
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Paul (Pauly) Dituro

14-year special ops military, led human performance research for US Special Operations Command, 2x Olympic Trials heavyweight boxer
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Thomas DeLauer

Celebrity influencer, author, trainer, entrepreneur who lost 100 pounds, creator of the “Science-Based Six Pack Program”
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