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Healthcare startup InsideTracker raises $15 million in Series B funding

by Babu Patil
Healthcare startup InsideTracker raises $15 million in Series B funding

InsideTracker, a healthspan optimization platform, raised $15 million in Series B funding.

PeakBridge led the round with participation from Cornucopian Capital and OurCrowd, renewed participation from BASF Venture Capital GmbH, and the continued support of existing investors.

“This new investment enables us to enhance research and development efforts, expand marketing, and support operations so we can deliver our solutions to help people everywhere live healthier and longer lives,” said Rony Sellam, CEO, InsideTracker.

Founded in 2009, InsideTracker aims to help people add years to their lives and life to their years by optimizing their bodies from the inside out. By analyzing the body’s data from blood, DNA, and fitness trackers, InsideTracker gives a crystal-clear picture of what is going on inside, along with a science-backed action plan for improving health and optimizing healthspan.

InsideTracker integrates biomarker data from blood, DNA, activity trackers, and user-generated demographic information to create science-backed recommendations to optimize healthspan—i.e., help users live healthier longer—and systematically achieve their health and wellness goals.

“The impact of nutrition on health is clear. Diet is considered to be a primary cause for the most prevalent chronic diseases in Western societies, whilst there is a growing body of research to suggest that a ‘one size fits all’ approach to nutrition does not work. For these reasons, the intersection between nutrition and health has been a core investment theme at PeakBridge for some time,” said Nadav Berger, General Partner, and Co-Founder, PeakBridge.......