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The Key to Losing Weight Isn’t the Latest Technology

Published January 17, 2018

As the number of people classified as obese reaches epidemic levels, more and more attention is being directed at finding solutions. A decade ago, the Fitbit was introduced as part of a new wave of technology designed to bring old school step counters into the modern age. Although the Fitbit is the best known of all the latest tech tools and gadgets, people give them more credit than they may deserve for benefiting weight loss. While it is great news that people are paying more attention and making more effort toward being healthy, Fitbits and other devices may not be all that helpful for everyone in terms of losing weight and keeping it off. There’s more to effective weight loss than just strapping on a device. You have to making lasting changes to daily habits. Consulting with a health professional can also help—you just need to know where to turn. Read more…

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