Top 5 Low Carb Diet Gadgets
I have this exact pedometer and LOVE it. You simply wear it on your hip as you go shopping, do your chores, or take an actual walk. You'd be suprised how quickly those miles add up! It gives you a real sense of accomplishment that you are exercising and encourages you to add just a bit more each week.
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|2. Body Fat Scale|
Tanita makes GREAT scales and this one lets you program in multiple people to handle the height/age info necessary for body fat calculations. This can be GREAT to help you understand that yes your weight is the same - but you are gaining muscle and losing fat. It can provide just the boost necessary to keep exercising and eating healthily.
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|3. Cholesterol Monitor|
One of the most dangerous parts of being overweight is having a high cholesterol. This test tells you your cholesterol value in only 3 minutes, in your own house. Check it regularly to make sure it is going down for your own peace of mind and to silence any critics who claim your high meat consumption could cause the opposite!
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|4. Heart Rate Monitor|
It can be hard to start exercising again when you're overweight, you worry about overdoing it and don't have energy. A low carb diet will give you that energy back, and the heart rate monitor will help you do it in a healthy monitor. Wear this while you take walks or ride your bike, to know you're exercising in a healthy way.
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|4. Blood Pressure Monitor|
Many overweight people have problems with high blood pressure. This easy to use monitor simply connects to your finger and lets you check your blood pressure quickly and easily. Perfect for a morning check to see how well your diet is helping your health!
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