Health Hacking with Christopher Kelly


“One of the problems is that people have become incredibly disconnected with the way that they feel.”

Christopher Kelly is a computer scientist and a pro mountain biker who now works full-time as a health hacker.

He is a co-founder of Nourish Balance Thrive, where he works alongside two medical doctors, a food scientist and a registered nurse to help people feel and perform better using biomedical testing together with diet and lifestyle hacks.

At QCon San Francisco, he will be giving a talk called Debug Me.


  • Why are technologists getting sicker, fatter, and more tired?
  • What is your story behind going from a programmer at a hedge fund to a health hacker?
  • What tests do you do for patients?
  • What are some ways technologists can improve their health?


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