Oct 12, 201858 views

No more manual calorie counting! Keeping on your weight loss goals never been easier.

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Losing weight is a lot of work. You must create a caloric deficit (i.e., burn more calories than you consume) to lose weight. This means you have to consistently make healthy choices that are not always fun or easy. Not only is it difficult to make those healthy choices every day, but so is keeping track of those choices. And in order to successfully lose weight, you really need to manage and track your daily calories, activity, sleep, and stress. But honestly, who has time for that? Writing down everything you eat and logging it into an app is tiresome and tedious. Tracking your workouts can be difficult too, especially when you don’t have a heart rate monitor. And monitoring sleep and stress? For most of us, that is not happening at all!
So why is tracking so important? And why is it so difficult? Let’s delve a little deeper into the importance of tracking and why it can be a pain.
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Calories Tracking the calories you consume is key to weight loss, especially in the beginning. You simply cannot create a caloric deficit if you have no idea how many calories you are consuming. Unfortunately, calorie consumption is an imprecise science. Even if you faithfully track everything you put in your mouth, you can still be off by up to 50%! This is from a combination of inaccurate food labels, our body’s unique ability to process food and how we prepare our food. Being off by a little is not a huge deal, but if you are consistently off by 50% of calories consumed, you will not be losing weight. In fact, you could be gaining! The best way to know how many calories you consume is through your body. Fortunately, technology has advanced enough that we can get a better idea of how our body is processing our food. It would be great if you had a tracker that could do just that and automatically track calories for you.
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Activity Once you know how many calories you are consuming, you also need to know how many you are burning. This information gives you a better idea of how much weight you can successfully lose and whether or not you can afford to eat an extra snack. Tracking exercise, and especially your heart rate, is becoming more popular in the fitness world. And this is a good thing because otherwise, you have no idea how many calories you burn during a sweat session! But too often, heart rate monitors are not accurate, especially those that are wrist-based. This can make a big difference in how many calories you think you burned versus how many you are actually burning. Plus, you always have to remember to start your tracker and stop it to get the most accurate results. Wouldn’t it be great to have a tracker that automatically tracks your activity and has an accurate wrist-based heart rate monitor?
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S&S (Sleep and Stress) Two factors that most people forget about when it comes to losing weight are sleep and stress. Most of us are not getting enough sleep. Between work, kids, friends and having a life, going to bed on time is a chore. And once you do get into bed, you probably toss and turn. So even though you laid in bed for 6 hours, you probably did not get 6 hours of sleep. So exactly how much sleep are you getting? Knowing this is crucial for weight loss. If you don’t get enough rest, then your body doesn’t have time to repair itself from workouts, and your stress levels never go back down. And stress is a big factor in weight gain. If your cortisol levels, the stress hormone, are always high, you will hold onto weight, especially belly fat. Having a fitness tracker that could also track sleep and stress would be great, right?
So here is the good news! The new HealBe GoBe2 can do all of the tracking listed above, plus track hydration, in just one device.
The HealBe GoBe2 was designed to streamline the process of tracking calories, activity, sleep and stress. That way, all you have to focus on is making the right choices. The GoBe2 goes on your wrist and can be worn 24/7. Throughout the day, it will track your activity, heart rate, calories consumed, stress levels and even your hydration. At night, it tracks your sleep, so you know precisely how many ZZZ’s you are getting.
So how does the GoBe2 work? It uses three types of technology to track everything you need to lose weight. There is an accelerometer that measures movement and activity. Then, the piezo pressure sensor measures your blood flow and heart rate. And finally, the impedance sensor uses different frequencies to measure fluid levels in your tissues. All three of these technologies work together to give you a snapshot of your health.
This means the GoBe2 does everything for you. It will automatically track every calorie you consume and every calorie you burn. It will remind you to drink water. It will tell you when you get too stressed and need to relax. And it will also give you an accurate idea of how you are sleeping at night. You can then take this information and make the changes you need to lose weight and feel great. And it all comes in a tracker you wear on your wrist!
So, let’s review what you need to do lost weight and how the GoBe2 can help you.
To track both your caloric intake and burn you need to:
· Use a digital kitchen scale
· Use other measuring devices (cups, spoons, etc.)
· Use a calorie counting app or manually log food
· Buy a heart rate monitor to track heart rate during workouts
· Buy a generic tracker to track steps and distance

Instead of doing that, you can use a HealBe GoBe2 that will track:
· Calories digested
· Heart Rate
· Hydration
· Calories burned
· Sleep Quality
· Stress and Emotions
· Steps and Distance

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The GoBe2 syncs with both Android and iOS devices and comes with a free app to keep track of all your information. Once your Gobe2 arrives, you can get started right away tracking your calories, activities, sleep, stress, and hydration. Then you can relax and focus on doing what is right for you.
So what are you waiting for? It is time to lose some weight and get fit! Your body will thank you.
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