HealthFit Counter Review
What You Should Know
The HealthFit Counter is a pocket sized device which will help you to calculate the amount of calories that you have eaten. The official website for the HealthFit Counter tells us that it can help you to control your diet, your diabetes and help you achieve peak fitness. The official website claims that the HealthFit Counter will help you monitor your carbohydrate intake. The website explains that the device stores 2,300 food items and you can call up at any time of the day the foods that you have eaten. The HealthFit counter also lets you store a further 400 food items that you regularly eat.
There are no ingredients, the HealthFit Counter is a device which helps you monitor and store the number of calories that you have eaten in any day, week or month.
The HealthFit Counter can be purchased for a price of $99. It comes with HotSync software for your desktop computer. The official website tells us that it can fit into your purse or pocket. The manufacturer claims that at any time of the day the HealthFit Counter can help you to count the number of calories, carbohydrates or fats that you have eaten during the day. Of course if we want to lose weight we do not necessarily need a computer-like device to enable us to manage our weight loss program. Many people manage to lose weight, by eating sensibly and cutting out processed and sugary foods. Others lose weight by following a specificly dictated diet or a strict meal plan. Others opt for herbal pills to help boost metabolism. It’s all about what works best for you. Those who are attracted by computer-like devices and who want to be absolutely meticulous in weight control, may find this device useful, as may those who follow a very restrictive diet. Basically, it is a very advanced system for counting calories, which people have been doing for quite some time.
- The HealthFit Counter can fit in your pocket or purse.
- It comes with HotSync Software to interact with home PCs.
- It may be useful for those who follow a very restrictive diet.
- Counting calories can be good for losing a few pounds, especially if you have strong willpower, but keeping the weight off could prove difficult.
- There does not seem to be a money back guarantee.
- There is no free trial period.
- Many people may prefer a simpler method, such as noting calorie intake with a pen and paper.
At the end of the day, if we are being honest with ourselves, we know what we should and should not eat if we want to lose weight. The biggest challenge for many is not counting the calories that they eat, but restricting the calories that they eat. A gadget that counts calories is certainly not a guarantee of future weight loss, and you will still need to find it in yourself to resist your favourite high-calorie treats.