Project: WellB+: Personalised nutritional e-health recommendations for the silver population based on metabolomics and holistic individual evaluation

The main objective of this innovation project is the demonstration in an operational environment (large scale demonstration) of WellB+, a new B&C service based on our IPR protected expert system that gives precise personal nutritional recommendations for each individual. This system integrates metabolomics, genetic and biochemical data with other personal information such as medical history, nutrition, and physical activity.

Final report status

The BIOMEB team has achieved all the WellB+ project objectives, resulting in the development of a ready-to-market product to support the health of the silver population.

In the initial stages, the team investigated existing literature and gathered information for the expert recommendation system. User data requirements were also defined, including metabolites, biomarkers, and personal and lifestyle information. Another important step was to design the user navigation map and integrate the user interface in a single WellB+ solution.

The WellB+ user trial involved 50 health-conscious men and women in two age groups: 30 to 44 years of age and the 50+ silver population. Feedback from the trial was then used to redefine the format and content of the health questionnaire and the final report.

  • Sectors involved: Health & ICT

  • Partner country: Spain

  • Voucher(s): Demonstration Voucher

  • Part of consortium: Yes

BIOMEB is a biotechnology company, a spin-off of the University of Lleida, whose mission is to provide personalized medicine, providing new products and services to society that mean a breakthrough in the prevention, diagnosis and personalized treatment of different pathologies.


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