The quantified self movement refers to a cultural phenomenon we’re seeing of self-tracking with technology, be it smart watches, fitness tracking apps, and more recently finger prick technology. Host Amelia Phillips and Adjunct professor Phil Hayes St Clair discuss the best way for busy Mums to use this data to improve their health, new finger prick technology looking at multiple blood biomarkers and how to use these metrics to track and boost your health and aid longevity.
About the guest:
Phil Hayes St Clair is an entrepreneur interested in the way humans engage with their health and wellbeing. He is the Co-Founder and CEO at Drop Bio Health, the Adjunct Professor at the Australian Graduate of Management, keynote speaker in digital health, has represented Australia on the men’s triathlon team and Dad to Emily (9) Abbey (7).
About the host:
Amelia Phillips is an exercise, nutrition, parenting and business expert with a career spanning 26 years in health. She's a registered exercise scientist, nutritionist and researcher (with a masters of human nutrition). She is the co-founder of health tech company 12WBT which grew rapidly from start-up. After a successful exit, she now consults to health companies, presents and appears in the media. Amelia had four kids in five years and is dedicated to empowering women to build a life after kids on the foundation of health (mental and physical), love and purpose.
Find out more at www.ameliaphillips.com.au
Today’s episode of Healthy Her is brought to you by Drop Bio Health. This innovative Aussie company uses lifestyle and biomarker data to help you improve your health from the comfort of your home. With a finger-prick blood sample you can easily collect at home in a few minutes, you will receive a personal health assessment to help you nurture long-term health and slow ageing. To find out more go to: www.dropbiohealth.com
Host: Amelia Phillips Guest: Phil Hayes St Clair
Audio Producer: Darren Roth
Music: Matt Nicholich Production Partner: Nova Entertainment Pty Ltd
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