Fitness wearable automatically measures calorie intake
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We’ve seen previously how fitness wearables can track users’ unique stats by being in contact with the skin, such as this hydration monitor that uses light to measure blood water levels, and now there’s a tracker that claims to measure calorie intake. GoBe2, from Healbe, is worn on the wrist and measures blood glucose levels by passing a harmless electrical pulse through the skin. This information is fed into an app whenever the device is synced with a smartphone, with users logging when they began eating a meal (by pressing a side-button on the device) and inputting whether it was…
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