Ms. Haruna OTOMO is a dedicated, resourceful and innovative CEO with more than ten years of management experience working in a target-driven environment in such International companies as Johnson & Johnson, Abeam Consulting and Becton, Dickinson & Company.
Planning and strategizing are her key strengths which allow the delivery of business objectives. Haruna’s Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts gives her additional advantage to achieve success.
"Our vision is to become a leading wellness application for our users to deliver exceptional customer experiences all over the world." - Ms. Haruna OTOMO, CEO of Kenko Wellness Corp.
The rapid development of electronics, computers, and robotic technology has led to massive applications of automation systems during the last few decades. The HealthCare 4.0 revolution is now emerging.
The health care delivery process becomes a cyber-physical system with IoT, RFID (radio-frequency identification), wearables, and medical devices, all of which are integrated with cloud computing, extensive data analysis, artificial intelligence, and decision support techniques.
Kenko Mobile Application enables users to determine what actions to take to improve health and slow their aging process. By using AI technology, the app will implement accurate reports based on predictive algorithms by tracking digital biomarkers, including sleep score, weight, heart rate, and blood biomarkers.
Among the G7 countries, the Japanese have the highest life expectancy. Compared to Canadians, the Japanese consume much more fish, plant foods such as soybeans, non-sugar-sweetened beverages, and much less red meat, milk, and dairy products, which is linked to a low prevalence of trace elements deficiency, cerebrovascular and immune system diseases.
Our project is founded on the food-as-a-medicine concept. According to the blood test results uploaded to the App, the Mobile Application developed with built-in AI Technology will help identify trace elements deficiency and prepare a report.
Along with the complete report, the AI will create a personalized nutritional diet plan based on Japanese dietary patterns, including Nutrient-dense Japanese foods. Additionally, a list of stores selling Japanese products will be provided for the user's convenience.
• Strive to make our Application easy and smart;
• Provide sufficient advice and information on food ingredients that help longevity;
• Constantly improve our expertise and growing our knowledge.
According to Statistics Canada, the COVID-19 pandemic caused a seven-month drop in national life expectancy. In Canada, unhealthy eating is the most significant cause of essential trace elements deficiency, immune system diseases, cerebrovascular diseases and many other disorders, leading to the reductions in life expectancy.
Increased consumption of processed foods high in sugar, salt, calories and saturated fat and a dearth of grains, seeds, nuts, legumes, fruits, and vegetables are critical drivers of Canadians' unhealthy eating behavior.
Due to a critical shortage of physicians in Canada nowadays, one in five people in British Columbia don't have a family doctor, with more people coming to the country every day. It usually takes up to six months to get a blood test interpretation and further recommendations by the physician.