3+ years in the making

We built our own research and development lab to find the precise balance of all-natural prebiotics, probiotics, and antioxidants to optimize the human gut microbiome.

We stated our goals

Better glycemic regulation, lipid control, immunity, and satiety.

We tested our ingredients

Running a battery of analyses to see what type of metabolites they produce, such as short chain fatty acids.

We observed them in humans

Biomarker testing revealed how those same nutrients impacted glucose, cholesterol, and inflammation levels in people.

We selected the best ingredients from all biological testing

And balanced them appropriately to optimize absorption and effectiveness.

Resistant potato starch

To feed beneficial microbes, helping to balance the microbiome ecosystem.

Locust bean gum

A fiber that helps with glucose management, and has proven benefits for digestion, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.

Guar Gum

A gel-forming fiber from the seed of the guar plant that improves satiety, energy levels, and stool quality.

Oat Bran (SWEOAT)

A soluble fiber that supports healthy glucose levels.

Barley Beta Glucan

A soluble fiber that supports heart and digestive health.

Our research

We conducted a non-randomized study with 20 participants to measure the health outcomes from 28 days of Eden’s use.

Study design

Participants wore a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) for 14 days prior to using Eden’s to determine a baseline for glucose regulation. Blood and stool samples were also collected for biomarker and metagenomic analysis.

Rice test

As part of this study, we asked participants to eat one cup of white rice and measured their glucose response with a CGM 90 minutes later. Then, we ran the same test again after three weeks of daily Eden’s use to observe any change in glucose metabolization.

  • 31% LOWER GLUCOSE spikes
  • 2.2fold Increase in beneficial bacteria
  • 42% quicker GLUCOSE RECOVERY
  • 9% INCREASE IN GOOD CHOLESTEROL (HDL)

Study design

Participants wore a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) for 14 days prior to using Eden’s to determine a baseline for glucose regulation. Blood and stool samples were also collected for biomarker and metagenomic analysis.

Rice test

As part of this study, we asked participants to eat one cup of white rice and measured their glucose response with a CGM 90 minutes later. Then, we ran the same test again after three weeks of daily Eden’s use to observe any change in glucose metabolization.

Eden’s lowered glucose spikes by 31% with a 42% quicker glucose recovery.

Eden's increased good bacteria Bifidobacteria, which improves immunity and digestion.

Participants showed a 9% increase in HDL (good cholesterol).

Eden's improved glucose Time in Range (70-140 mg/dL) by 5%.

Chair of Genetics and Director of Genomics and Personalized Medicine, Stanford School of Medicine. Pioneer in the comprehensive digitization of human biofluids

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Michael Snyder, PhD

Associate Professor of Microbiology & Immunology, Stanford, NIH Director’s Pioneer Award Winner

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Justin Sonnenberg, PhD

Dean at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, and Professor of Medicine at Tufts Medical School

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Dariush Mozaffarian, MD, PhD

Professor of Medicine, Stanford School of Medicine, Endocrinology, Gerontology, & Metabolism

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Tracey McLaughlin, MD, MS

Professor Emeritus, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University and Chair, American Nutrition Association Board of Directors

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Jeffrey B. Blumberg, PhD

Associate Professor University of Michigan Medical School Department of Microbiology & Immunology

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Eric Martens, PhD

Assistant Professor, Stanford School of Medicine. Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Multiomics Integration for Clinical Immunology

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Nima Aghaeepour, PhD

Founder at Nautilus Biotechnology and Associate Professor at Stanford University

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Parag Mallick, PhD

Research Dietitian, Stanford University

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Dalia Perelman