The Practice Better Team Graeme Downes, Nathalie Garcia, Kim Walsh, Abigail Keeso & Christopher Hopkins. Image: Practice Better

Practice Better, a female-led, all-in-one practice management software platform for health and wellness professionals that recently made the news for raising $27M in growth capital. the company is now putting the fresh funds to good use and acquiring That Clean Life, a Toronto-based nutrition planning software designed for health practitioners. The strategic move aims to seamlessly integrate nutrition planning and healthy eating into care plans on the platform, enabling health professionals to better support their clients in achieving healthier lifestyles.

The decision to acquire That Clean Life was driven by the opportunity to enhance the company’s services based on customer demand. “This acquisition will allow us to integrate our products, culture, and teams, providing an integrated platform that will empower our customers to help their clients live better lives,” said Kim Walsh, CEO of Practice Better. “This is a huge step towards our strategic vision to become the all-in-one platform and community of choice for health and wellness professionals and puts us in a differentiated position to fuel our next phase of growth.”

Abigail Keeso, Co-founder of That Clean Life, emphasized the importance of personalized nutrition in the future of wellness. “One size does not fit all when it comes to nutrition. Personalized nutrition is the future, and we’re beyond excited to join the Practice Better team to make it even easier for health and wellness professionals to deliver sustainable nutrition guidance and improve patient outcomes.”

Practice Better has seen exceptional growth since its launch, serving over 10,000 customers in 70+ countries globally. Its platform enables wellness professionals to streamline administrative tasks, engage with clients effectively, and scale their practices beyond traditional 1:1 models. The company has seen adoption from various health and wellness professionals, including nutrition-focused practitioners, coaches, naturopathic doctors, chiropractors, and mental health therapists.

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