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Crowdfunding | Alive

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Last Raised

$1.19M | 4 yrs ago

About Keyto

Keyto is mobile application paired with an electronic analyzer that measures the amount of acetone a person exhales and communicates that level to the Keyto app. The app then reports back on the user's ketosis level is on a scale of one to ten--the higher the level, the more efficient fat is burning.

Headquarters Location

1015 Fillmore St. PMB 92845

San Francisco, California, 94115,

United States

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Expert Collections containing Keyto

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

Keyto is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Wellness Tech.


Wellness Tech

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We define wellness tech as companies developing technology to help consumers improve their physical, mental, and social well-being. Companies in this collection play across a wide range of categories, including food and beverage, fitness, personal care, and corporate wellness.


Digital Health

12,654 items

Technologies, platforms, and systems that engage consumers for lifestyle, wellness, or health-related purposes; capture, store, or transmit health data; and/or support life science and clinical operations. (DiME, DTA, HealthXL, & NODE.Health)

Keyto Patents

Keyto has filed 2 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Cardiology
  • Cardiovascular physiology
  • Diabetes
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Obesity, Diets, Nutrition, Hepatology, Diabetes


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Obesity, Diets, Nutrition, Hepatology, Diabetes



Latest Keyto News

Best And Worst Diets To Try In 2023, According To Experts

Jan 4, 2023

The Raw Food Diet bumped the Keto Diet out of the bottom of the list People should also consider physical activity along with following a diet, experts said It is "New year, new me" season, and one of the most common New Year's resolutions people set is getting healthier, usually involving a diet of some kind. More often than not, the diets turn out to be a fad or simply not the right fit for the person. Well, experts have broken down the best and worst diets for 2023. The list of the Best Diets by the U.S. News & World Report is out for 2023, and the Mediterranean Diet is once again in the top spot in the Best Diets Overall category. This is reportedly the sixth year in a row that the diet took the top spot. It also took the top spots for Best Plant-Based Diets and Best Diets for Healthy Eating categories, while tying with the DASH Diet as number one in the Best Diets for Bone & Joint Health , and with the Flexitarian and TLC diets as the Best Family-Friendly Diets . The diets were ranked by a panel of 33 experts. According to the outlet, the list "cuts through the diet chatter to get to the bones of which plans are most likely to help our readers reach their goals." This year, Pritkin and Keyto were added to the roster—the former landed the 11th spot in the Best Diets Overall, while Keyto ranked 18th. It can be noted that Keyto Diet is different from the hugely popular Keto, or Ketogenic Diet. Keyto is a "Mediterranean style" low-carb diet, while Keto is "high-fat, low-carb" and is done with the goal to lose weight by burning fat faster. The Mediterranean Diet, which continues to be popular with health experts, is based on traditional eating observed in the countries that border the Mediterranean Sea. It's rich in foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains and healthy fats while also being low on processed foods and added sugars. There has been a growing body of research on the benefits of the diet . And apart from the aforementioned categories in which it took the number one spot, the Mediterranean Diet also ranked rather high in other categories such as the Best Heart-Healthy Diet (number two), Best Diabetes Diets (number two), Easiest Diets to Follow (number three) and Best Weight Loss Diets (number five). It was only a bit far down on the list in the category of Best Fast Weight Loss Diets, wherein it ranked 21st. Read more But what about the bottom of the list? The Raw Food Diet ranked the last (24th) in Best Diets Overall, getting a score of 1.7 out of five points. It reportedly replaced the Keto Diet, which was previously at the bottom of the list but has moved up a few spots to the 20th in the Best Diets Overall category. Raw Food Diet was also 24th in the Best Diets for Healthy Eating and Best Weight-Loss Diets categories. This diet is based on the premise of only eating foods that hadn't been cooked, processed, engineered or exposed to pesticides. While it does have its benefits, like including high-fiber foods, being a bit more eco-friendly and the fact that it doesn't entail counting calories or carbs, the Raw Food Diet also has quite a few caveats. For instance, it can be rather "unsafe" for some people, the outlet noted, as it "lacks in-depth nutritional balance," has "little research to back it up," and may actually "fall short nutritionally." "The safest and healthiest way to enjoy raw foods is as part of a whole food, plant-based diet that is rich in raw fruits and vegetables, and cooked lentils, beans, grains and vegetables," Dr. Vanita Rahman of the Barnard Medical Center, said as per U.S. News & World Report. But as the outlet noted, there is "no magic bullet" or a "one-size-fits-all" aspect of dieting. Instead, it's best to consider the ones that fit one's lifestyle and personality, and perhaps one's needs. "No matter how good it looks – or how good it might make you look – if you can't stick with it in the long run, you'll be right back where you started after a couple of months," the outlet said. "And consider physical activity – an important component of any healthy lifestyle." A new study suggests that kidney transplant recipients who follow more of the Mediterranean diet were less likely to experience kidney loss.Ella Olsson/Pexels © Copyright IBTimes 2023. All rights reserved.

Keyto Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Keyto founded?

    Keyto was founded in 2018.

  • Where is Keyto's headquarters?

    Keyto's headquarters is located at 1015 Fillmore St., San Francisco.

  • What is Keyto's latest funding round?

    Keyto's latest funding round is Crowdfunding.

  • How much did Keyto raise?

    Keyto raised a total of $3.69M.

  • Who are the investors of Keyto?

    Investors of Keyto include Indiegogo, Floodgate, Kevin Hartz, Julia Hartz, Hydra Ventures and 4 more.

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