If you're a regular blog reader or subscriber, you will know that Team Raw Energy has been healthily obsessed with tracking and measuring lately - whether it's blood analysis, projects, or my daily run. So I was delighted to discover the company 23andMe which is
When Sarah Allswood was persuaded to join the RBI Living Well Challenge, a 30 day challenge that encouraged employees in her company to move more, she reluctantly agreed. She wasn't too sure what 'employee wellness' really was, and not being a lover of exercise, Sarah
Have you ever through about tracking your health data, just like your company tracks it's business, to measure success? Businesses routinely collect all sorts of numbers, because numbers tell a story. By measuring activities and outcomes in businesses, we can understand the drivers of business
Those of you who know me, know that I am really into data and measurement and using that insight to make decisions and take actions. So I was delighted to have the opportunity to wear Optima-life’s First beat monitor for 7 days. In a nutshell,
I’ve been tracking many aspects of my health for a long-time now, but only stumbled upon the Quantified Self (QS) movement by chance. It was great to have a label for what I do and meet like-minded people who run interesting experiments to optimize their
Ever since attending my first Quantified Self (QS) meet up six months ago, I have been inspired to track and measure many more aspects of my life. Whilst I've always tracked a number of things, I've taken this personal tracking to a completely new level
Here's a fascinating insight into how a data-driven approach to healthcare could, and is having a massive impact on the speed of diagnosis and ongoing monitoring to reduce risk. Watch this 8 minute video for a taster to see how Dr Eric Topol is using
An inspiring speech from Dr. David Angus, a leading cancer specialist, who's overall message of focusing on prevention and looking at data to support health decisions is very consistent with my own views.