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Bluetooth: Sync your device to the app and keep all of your data in one place. The app automatically connects to the device after the first sync.
Saves data: All of your measured data will be kept in the app automatically so that you can keep track of your progress.
One App, One Family: You can share the app and add up to 24 users to the app. Your whole family can keep track of their data separately, in one app.
History: Check your progress through a chart created by all of your different data. All of your histories will be saved unless you choose to delete them.
Quick & Easy: Installation only takes one minute!
Health Apps: Data syncs to Apple Health, Google Fit, and Fitbit.
Whole Family: The weight data for children and pets can be kept in store in the app. You can keep track of everyone's data to keep them in healthy shape.
Various Data: Provides up to 18 different body measurement data to make sure your body is healthy. Measurements are provided below.
BMI: BMI stands for Body Mass Index. As BMI has generally been proven to have a high correlation with body fat in the human body, it has been widely used as an indicator of obesity since the early 1990s.
Body fat rate: Indicates the ratio of body fat to your body weight. The ratio of visceral fat to subcutaneous fat varies greatly depending on the level of obesity and the amount of exercise, but obesity in adults often causes excessive visceral fat, which increases the abdominal fat rate. This abdominal fat is known as the cause of adult diseases such as high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes.
Visceral fat rate: It refers to the fat that exists inside the abdomen and around the intestines. When a lot of visceral fat accumulates in the mesentery that connects the intestines, it is called visceral obesity. Visceral fat causes include poor eating habits, lack of exercise, smoking, drinking, and stress, including excessive intake of fast foods, instant foods, meat, carbohydrates, etc. that are high in sugar content.
BMR: BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) refers to the total amount of energy the body consumes when it is completely rested during the day. Even while resting, the body uses energy to maintain its core functions. These include breathing, circulation of blood, maintenance of body temperature, and maintenance of brain and nerve function. Metabolism is smooth, and if your basal metabolism is high, it can help maintain an appropriate weight.
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