This Calorie-Counting Bracelet Is a Triumph in Lazy Dieting
Luckily, this just means that spring is fighting hard to push its way through the cold and grace us with its long-awaited, much-loved (unless you have allergies) presence! Now, we here at Joonbug.com like to think ahead and be prepared for the future, and what comes after spring? Thats right, summer; which means its time to crawl out of hibernation and work on getting back that beach body which might have flown south for the winter, leaving you alone and searching for comfort in the form of cookies, pies, and fast-food delivery (we all have a special place in our hearts for Seamless ). The most difficult part of shedding a little extra weight can sometimes be eating healthy, and those cravings for fatty foods just seem to never end. These desires are actually fueled by our bodies craving natural chemicals, which can be found in tons of healthier alternatives to fatty, sugary, or salty snacks.
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Porter: Dieting tips you may want to ignore
It counts the calories you consume and burn by monitoring cellular glucose levels through your skin. All you have to do is show up. The oddly named device also monitors your heart rate and daily exertion level, and acts as a FitBitesque accelerometer in case you feel like exercising for some reason. The Healbe GoBe can also tell you your stress levels, hydration levels and sleep status, in case you aren’t sure whether you’re conscious or not. It also automatically sends the data to an app on your iPhone or Android, thereby decreasing your madeup diet workload even more.
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I dont even put dressing on it most of the time. Its not difficult to convince yourself that its good the first seven or eight times you eat it that way. After that, you begin to envision life in a prison camp. Ive always eaten http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 a lot of turkey and chicken, but I used to order baked potatoes on the side.
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