Body com­po­si­tion scales

Good Health (Australia) - - Good Diet -

There is a lot of in­for­ma­tion your ba­sic set of bath­room scales don’t tell you. Body com­po­si­tion scales use tech­nol­ogy to mea­sure your weight, fat, wa­ter and BMI. With this in­for­ma­tion you can fig­ure out how your body is re­spond­ing to diet and ex­er­cise and get a more com­plete pic­ture of your health.

Soehnle’s Body Con­trol Easy Use BMI scale, $69.95, mea­sure all the ba­sics and dis­play your re­sults in an easy-to-un­der­stand for­mat.

Sync the ihealth Core Smart Scale, $169.95, with the ihealth Myvi­tals app to de­ter­mine how much lean mus­cle and vis­ceral fat you have.

Fitbit’s Aria Wi-fi Smart Scale, $179.95, syncs wire­lessly to your Fitbit,

com­puter and smart­phone. You can set goals and chart your progress vis­ually.

To­gether with the free Garmin Con­nect Mo­bile app, the Garmin In­dex Smart Scale, $199, pro­vides in-depth de­tail about your progress.

The Tanita BC-582 In­ner­scan Body Com­po­si­tion Mon­i­tor, $259, is de­signed for women. It tracks how hor­monal fluc­tu­a­tions are af­fect­ing your weight.

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