Savor Health is a digital health company that provides personalized nutritional strategies to prevent and manage the symptoms of chronic disease in order to to improve adherence, compliance and survival, reduce healthcare costs, enhance quality of life and satisfaction, and develop PRO and real world data insights.

Multi-disease platform and virtual assistant Ina® developed for oncology as proof of concept.

Our results: 70% engagement, 83% satisfaction, and likelihood to recommend of 4.3 out of 5.

“I wanted you all to know that I truly wish I would have had a system like Ina® when I was going through my treatment. May you never be in need of a system like this, but if you are, it is good to know you have a “friend in Ina®” who can offer advice without being judgemental.” (Tamara, New York, 10/23/20)

Savor Health is offering Ina® for free throughout the COVID-19 crisis: Ina Support.

For Enterprise Solutions contact Laura Romeu at

Ina® provides virtual support 24/7 “on demand” via SMS text and chat


 Powered by an expert system which combines over 52,000 proprietary clinical rules and evidence-based interventions, Ina® provides literature-based and -referenced personalized nutritional strategies to prevent and manage the symptoms and side effects of cancer and cancer treatment.   

License Ina® to provide the symptom management support that cancer patients need and desire 24/7 “on demand.” 

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The Patient Tells Ina® About Their Cancer, Cancer Treatment, and Other Information

Including their specific medical, side effect, and nutritional information and concerns.

Savor Health’s Proprietary Expert Platform Evaluates Unique Patient Needs 

Matching algorithms identify the most clinically and contextually appropriate symptom management intervention from expert database.

Ina® Texts Personalized Symptom Management Intervention and Guidance to Patient

The same expert guidance of an oncology dietitian – designed to support each patient’s unique needs based on 10+ variables. 

Savor Health is proud to be part of Johnson & Johnson’s JLABS program and StartUp Health

Science Nook: Nut Consumption and Overall Mortality, Recurrence, and Disease-Specific Mortality in Breast Cancer Survivors

Although breast cancer has an overall high survival rate, 20-40% of breast cancer patients may develop recurrence [Takeshita et al., 2019 as cited in reference i]. Lifestyle factors such as eating pattern have been associated with decreased risk of breast cancer. For example, the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) and the Chinese Food Pagoda…

Survivorship Table: November 2021

This November, we recognize caregivers and raise awareness for those affected by lung cancer, pancreatic cancer, stomach cancer, and carcinoid cancer. Learn how you can get involved below! Lung Cancer Awareness Month Help raise awareness for lung cancer and learn about prevention during Lung Cancer Awareness Month [i]. Smoking tobacco can increase your chance of…

Recipes for Managing Side Effects: Banana Pineapple Smoothie

Recipes for Managing Side Effects Series: Bloating For many cancer patients, bloating is a common and uncomfortable complaint. Bloating is when the belly feels full and tight and it may look swollen [i]. There are several reasons why bloating may occur. These include: Swallowing air [i] Eating or drinking gas-producing foods or drinks [i] Delayed…

As seen on…

stupid cancer fighting diet
nutrition for cancer patients featured on lungevity
cure magazine
the huffington post
american institute for cancer research
Walgreens on cancer nutrition
the caregiver space
succes magazine
time magazine
the daily muse features savor health cancer diet
crain's new york business
better homes and gardens magazine
startup health


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