3 Smart Devices for Tracking Your Eating Habits

You can’t lose weight and keep it off if you don’t work out often and watch what you eat. There are plenty of smart devices that can track your workout sessions. These 3 smart devices can track your eating habits:

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BitBite: a wearable device you can wear in your ear to track, analyze, and improve the way you eat. It relies on the cloud the analyze your data for you. It will be compatible with smartwatches too.

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HAPIfork Bluetooth-Enabled Smart Fork: pairs with your smartphone or tablet to see your eating stats in real-time. You can upload your data via USB to your online dashboard.

Automatic Ingestion Monitor: an interesting device that detects and captures imagery of food intake to estimate the mass and the energy content of ingested food. The sensor analyzes the movement in the jaw when you are eating and filters out jaw motions.

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