VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - Oct 27, 2016) - VitalSines, Inc. the innovators behind iheart, the world's most accurate biological health reader, today announces the heart-monitoring technology is available to consumers in store at B8ta located in Palo Alto, California. This availability will allow consumers to demonstrate iheart before taking it home to track long-term health progress. A known name in Silicon Valley, the retail store will help to propel iheart's recognition among the technology and health consumer audience.
The iheart system works by measuring Aortic stiffness, the best indicator of biological health, through the user's pulse to determine his or her Internal Age. The device provides immediate results viewable on an iPhone or iPad loaded with the free iheart Internal Age app, or on the goiheart.com webpage. Through the system, iheart users can review past recordings and see Internal Age changes, communicate with other users, and find fitness, diet, and lifestyle resources written by wellness professionals to help boost their health.
"After years of research, I found that aortic stiffness can be a significant indicator of one's internal health. It has been linked to overall well-being and predicts the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, future cognitive decline, and risk of death," said Dr. Jess Goodman, MD, President and Founder of VitalSines, Inc. "I created iheart because consumers needed to be educated on the importance of stretching the aorta. They also needed a convenient and cost effective way to measure aortic stiffness and track health progress. Our availability in B8ta will help us in our mission to spread the word about aortic health while making iheart more accessible to consumers in the Silicon Valley area."
Dr. Jess Goodman and Sarah Goodman, CEO of VitalSines Inc., will be available at B8ta on Saturday and Sunday October 29 - 30, 2016 to demo iheart and explain the science behind the technology. B8ta is located at 516 Bryant Street Palo Alto, CA 94301.
iheart retails for $195 and is also available for purchase at http://goiheart.com/. iheart is not a medical device, it is intended to be used as a health and wellness educational tool.
To find out more about iheart, visit http://goiheart.com/.