The All-In-One Precision Nutrition

  |   EP54   |   70 mins.

Ari Tulla

Imagine a system that understands all your body’s intricate biomarkers. Then it uses that along with over 3,000 clinical studies to devise your own personal health optimization protocol. Adapting as your biology improves.

Our guest this week has devised a platform that does exactly that — and more.

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"If you can quantify something, you can improve it" Share on XFor meaningful blood testing result comparisons, in the days leading up to the test, try to hold variables constant (sleep, exercise, test timing, lab performing the test) Share on X

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About Ari Tulla

Ari Tulla is a San Francisco-based entrepreneur and the co-founder & CEO of the smart nutrition service, Elo, whose mission is to transform food from the leading cause of disease to medicine. Ari is also an active angel investor and advisor with a portfolio of 40 startups, including Virta Health, Good Eggs, and Ōura.

Previously, Ari was the CEO of Quest Analytics, the market leader in doctor data and network management. Ari led the company through a pivotal growth stage from $15M to $40M in revenue. Before joining Quest Analytics, Ari was co-founder and CEO of BetterDoctor, a doctor search engine.

When not working or co-parenting his two young children with his wife, Ari spends his time on the steep cliffs, powdery slopes, and big cold waves that only Northern California can offer.

Top things you’ll learn from Ari Tulla

  • Ari’s optimized sleep biohacking routine
    • Optimized night wind-down routine
  • Power of tracking your health markers
    • Easy ways to begin self-quantifying
  • Central hub to combine all your body’s data (blood, DNA, epigenetics, wearable) and uses AI to create your personalized plan
  • How uses your data to optimize your nutrition
  • Insane economics of nutrition & healthcare industries
  • ELO’s AI is built on 3,000 human trials
  • How ELO Health works
  • ELO adds the contextual lifestyle layer most blood testing companies ignore
  • Using technology to understand your body’s feedback loops
  • What happened when Ari showed ELO Health to his doctor
  • Importance of the biomarkers ELO tests
  • Which ingredients ELO recommends
  • Three levels of ingredient efficacy
  • Bioavailability of ingredients in ELO supplements
  • A critical factor to evaluate when choosing a blood testing service
  • Binary classifications can bring you from healthy to “sick” overnight
  • Link between blood pressure and the floor number of your doctor’s office
  • What you get with ELO Health’s Early Access Program
  • Special ELO discount code to try it for yourself
  • Future of self-quantification technology
  • Scale weight doesn’t matter much
  • ELO Health’s Early Access Program normally costs $99
    • Code NICKURBAN gets you:
      • 1 free blood test
      • 1 free month of personalized supplements
      • 1 free month of personal health coach

Resources mentioned

  • Platform: smart nutrition (code NICKURBAN gets you a free blood test, supplements, and a month of personal health coach)
  • Device: BIOSENSE (use code URBAN20 to save $20)
  • Teacher: J.R.R Tolkien
  • Podcast: Hardcore History

Connect with Ari Tulla & ELO Health

This podcast is brought to you by

Nick Urban is a Biohacker, Data Scientist, Athlete, Founder of Outliyr, and the Host of the Mind Body Peak Performance Podcast. He is a Certified CHEK Practitioner, a Personal Trainer, and a Performance Health Coach. Nick is driven by curiosity which has led him to study ancient medical systems (Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Hermetic Principles, German New Medicine, etc), and modern science.

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Music by Luke Hall

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