A Global Health Project
Are you interested in advancing human health?
As I worked on this book it became abundantly clear that although our knowledge around our biology, our aging and the impact of health interventions like diet and exercise, supplements and lifestyle is advancing at pace there is still a significant lack of knowledge about what is actually working in terms of combinations of activities and health interventions. And what works for me might not work as well for you.
We know the basics like diet and exercise are beneficial, but what if we add in some mindfulness, supplements or some medicines and then mix it up with different ages, genders or co-existing disease? Some of the supplements that you are taking alongside all your other activities could be slowing your aging or not helping at all. Would it be useful to you to know that what you are spending your hard-earned money on is working or not?
Perhaps you have a condition like multiple sclerosis or diabetes and are trying certain interventions to help limit its progress. There will be many people getting it right and possibly many more spending money and committing to activities that are simply not helping.
The Global Health Project is an open-source project that is designed to solve the problem of understanding what is working and what is not across the range of human ages, cultures, races and disease types. By working together and sharing the health data captured by your phone, your fitness trackers and other electronic health devices we can, through the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning, start to identify the interventions that are working the best for people like you and people like me and give us insight that can feed into a wider understanding of what works.
Register your interest here and we will be in touch soon.