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Featured Partner: iHealth - Automatically log your weight to stay on track with your fitness goals!

Manually logging your weight every day or every week can be a pain. Fortunately, MyFitnessPal has partnered with iHealth, which designs innovative, mobile personal healthcare products. With this partnership, both of the iHealth scales now sync your weight data automatically and wirelessly with your MyFitnessPal account - so you don't have to.

The iHealth Wireless Scale uses Bluetooth technology to instantly measure, save, and track your weight. This scale is lightweight, can be used offline, and supports multiple users so the whole family can use it. The iHealth Wireless Scale saves you time by syncing your weight directly into your MyFitnessPal diary. It retails for only $69.95 and can be purchased here.




The iHealth Wireless Body Analysis Scale offers a more in-depth view of your overall health. It measures and tracks multiple characteristics of your body composition: weight, body fat, lean mass, muscle mass, bone mass, body water, body mass index, and visceral fat rating. The scale can keep track of up to 20 individuals. It costs $109.95 and can be bought here.




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7 comments:

mjschumacher100 wrote over 1 year:
Haha, how lazy does one need to be to require auto logging of weight? It takes maybe 10 seconds, if that! Now scales that automatically input food weight into MFP, THAT would be interesting. Especially if pre-programmed with common items, fruits, veg and so on. (or perhaps linked to the MFP database). That would be a mega time saver.

missability wrote over 1 year:
I agree with above...I mean come on! Jeesh! But it would be sooooo nice if you could get an accurate graph of all your weights and other measurements if you weigh daily....instead of "7 days", but soon as you go to 30 or 90 or 180...its all shoved into one little box, and all the weights are not listed....also how do you print the dang things!
healthyeating555 wrote over 1 year:
pointless. For people with money to burn
OrionG wrote over 1 year:
I'm fine with technology helping me to achieve my goals. I currently use a FitBit and the integration between MyFitnessPal and FitBit is excellent.

However, whats not mentioned in the blog above, is that this scale supports only iDiot devices..no other mobile devices.

Kicked to the curb....
Duckman73 wrote over 1 year:
And how accurate is it? Any info on that? Scale quality can vary a lot.
Shadowcub wrote over 1 year:
Accuracy is nice, but max weight is critical! I would love a scale that could do all that analysis, but find me one that goes up to 500# and I'll eat my hat. (Wonder how much fiber that would be.....)
mjwitz wrote 9 months:
I like the fact that the body analyzer measures and tracks multiple characteristics of your body composition: weight, body fat, lean mass, muscle mass, bone mass, body water, body mass index, and visceral fat rating. Body composition is a more important fitness indicator than weight. I want to know why I am gaining or losing weight. Am I building muscle of just eating too much.

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