Scales and Tests - Scales
Bioelectric Impedance Scales - How They Work
Bioelectric Impedance Scales allow you to stand on a scale and determine not only your weight but also your muscle mass and bone density. How does the scale figure out all those things?
EatSmart GetFit Body Fat Scale
We've tried a number of fat and muscle measuring scales over the years. We're very pleased with the EatSmart GetFit Body Fat Scale which we've used for a year now. It's been reliable and easy to use.
Nokia Cardio Body Composition Wi-Fi Scale
Everyone should have SOME sort of a scale like this Nokia Body Cardio scale. A scale which lets you see those composition numbers.
Omron HBF-500 Fat Scale
The Omron HBF-500 fat scale measures your weight, body fat, skeletal muscle, BMI and resting metabolism. It can also give you a relative value for your visceral fat. All this from a stand-on scale. The question is - is it accurate?
Tanita Body Fat Scale
We have used the Tanita body fat scale for many years to help us watch our weight and keep track of our body fat. While I loved its usefulness and low price, in the long run we moved on to a new scale.
Taylor 5593F Bathroom Scale
The Taylor 5593 scale series is a fairly basic scale compared with many others on the market - it measures your weight, your body fat, and your body water percentage.
Taylor 5596G Fat Water Muscle Bone Scale
I had tried several scales before I got my hands on the Taylor 5596G. This scale tells your weight, body fat, body water, bone mineral, muscle mass - and is less than half as much as a competitor! I am just SO impressed with this scale.
Taylor Body Fat / Water 5559 Scale
We already had a Taylor scale that showed us body fat. When we saw this new Taylor scale that showed body fat AND body water content, we had to have it.
Taylor Body Fat Scale
After using a Tanita no-memory scale for several years, we moved up to a Taylor with 10 memory spots and far higher accuracy. What a difference!
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