• The Agilix Maternity Nutrition & Safety Program addresses a critical gap in maternal health and safety, focusing specifically on the roles of nutrition in maternal and fetal health, and longitudinal monitoring and care oversight during the prenatal and postnatal period.
  • Malnutrition, including both undernutrition and overnutrition, poses a significant challenge during pregnancy and beyond, impacting not just individual health outcomes but also of communities at large for generations.
  • Maternal safety has become an increasingly pressing issue, as evidenced by rising maternal mortality rates. Comprehensive care and oversight that extends beyond traditional clinical settings is needed now more than ever.
  • Proper nutrition during pregnancy may help prevent or manage various health conditions such as gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, and anemia. By reducing the occurrence and severity of these conditions, healthcare costs associated with diagnosis, treatment, and hospitalization can be lowered.


The estimated total incremental costs of preeclampsia were compared $17,608 for uncomplicated patient cases


annual societal economic cost (medical, educational, and lost productivity) associated with U.S. preterm births

4x greater

first-year medical costs including both inpatient and outpatient care, first-year medical costs were about 4x greater for preterm ($49.1K) than for term infants ($13K)


Newborn/ infant care ranks at #5 in 2022, consistent with its previous ranking in the top five last year and has one of the highest average costs

“Thank you, nutrition counseling has been very very “I wish, I really do wish, that I would have been able to talk to you in the very beginning of my pregnancy, cause I know I got it towards the end. I wish I would have known about it [Agilix services] before, I could have really used the knowledge through my whole pregnancy instead of just the last trimester. So, yes, it [RD’s counseling] absolutely helps.”helpful. I appreciate you so much. This has been a godsend for me. I appreciate what you have done for me and our conversations”