Get healthier at this year’s first ever Body 2.0 health tech expo on Sunday, October 7 in San Francisco.
Health 2.0’s first ever public event will showcase the companies at the forefront of innovation in consumer health. From biometric sensors monitoring everything from your heart rate, to the miles you’ve walked and the hours you’ve slept, technology and health have never interfaced at this level before.
Body 2.0 is for those curious about getting healthier and those already fanatical about health. Regardless of where you fall on the spectrum you will learn something new.
Try out the latest tech from companies like Azumio, ChickRx, Lark, LumoBack, Explorence, and SoloHealth.
Leaders in the field will guide you on creating a fitter, stronger and more sustainable life. Keynotes include Dr. Arlene Blum, who was the first female to climb Mt Everest and is now the head of the Green Science Policy Institute, and Linda Fogg-Phillips, the leader of the Mobile Health Family. Also, hear from the innovators themselves like Amar Kendale from MC10, and Keith D’Amelio from Nike SPARQ.
Join a panel of noted nutritionists as they demystify food trends, then satisfy your hunger with free healthy food samples from companies including Plum Organics, and Horizon Dairy.
Body 2.0 also announced this week that Kaiser Permanente is hosting a fitness walk through SOMA mid-expo. Anyone who joins the walk will be entered to win a free Fitbit activity tracker. Winners will be announced at the event.
The event is for all ages. There will be a live DJ, film screenings, and food trucks serving healthy delicious food like Nom Nom Truck’s vietnamese bahn mi’s and Let’s Be Frank’s sustainably sourced hot-dogs.
“Never before has it been possible for people to have such insight into their own bodies, to enjoy taking such practical steps to optimize their health, and to use such cool tools to help them get there,” said keynote speaker Alan Greene, author of Raising Baby Green.
Come experience the cutting edge in food, body, and health at Body 2.0. Come to learn, leave living healthier.
Tickets are $15 in advance, $18 at the door, and free to kids under 14 and students with ID. Register here
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