Printed fitness tracker uses chemical sweat analysis
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You might not think of sweat as a particularly valuable commodity. Well, according to Electrozyme, you’d be wrong. The San-Diego-based startup has developed a biosensor strip that monitors the chemicals in an athlete’s sweat, and gives real-time feedback on what their body needs. Fitness wearables are increasingly in vogue, and there's an ever-higher demand for personalized wellness routines. Now Electrozyme wants to make use of the 800 biomarkers contained in sweat to give wearer’s accurate, live feedback on their physical state. Unlike conventional fitness wearables Electrozyme monitors chemical as well as physical data. Co-Founder Jared Tangney claims that Electrozyme has…
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