Today there is an array of tools, devices, and platforms for tracking one’s health and they’re integrating with each other like never before. From your morning latte to your evening gym session, there’s a way to seamlessly track and manage your health and wellness every step of the way.
Nick leads Product Innovation at MyFitnesPal which quickly following his demo at Health 2.0 WinterTech was acquired by Under Armour for $475 Million.
Brothers and MyFitnessPal Co-Founders Mike and Albert sat down for a dual 3 CEO interview to discuss quantified self, their recent acquisition of Sessions, and how MyFitnessPal grew from a small start-up to a user base of over 65 million.
Before Nick led Product Innovation at MyFitnessPal he founded Sessions, an app for personal digital health coaching, which was acquired by MyFitnessPal in 2014. At Health 2.0 he explored what it means to have a digital health community of over 65 Million users and how to engage them on nutrition.
Innovations in technology and food science are drastically changing the way we understand what eating healthy really means. At Health Interactive@50+ we welcomed 3 technology companies that are revolutionizing the way we monitor our diets and evaluate the nutritional benefits of the food we eat.
Nick demoed MyFitnessPal and the incredible insights available at your fingertips on weight loss and food nutrition.
Jane Sarasohn-Kahn explores why MyFitnessPal founders, Mike and Albert Lee got the business started and how they plan to continue improving the lives of their 65 Million users.
Bringing together the most innovative wearables and personal health trackers that are pushing individualized medicine into the future this session focused on how consumers are experiencing new lifestyles centered around technology. And in case you missed it, you can watch the fast-paced and fun Wearable Tech Runway with 7 amazing and fashionable wearable companies.