Sobering stats: Up to 98% of diets fail. There are many reasons why people fail to lose weight or keep it off, but according to an interview with Jessica Bartfield, MD, who specializes in nutrition and weight management at the Loyola Center for Metabolic Surgery & Bariatric Care, the number one reason why diets fail is underestimating calorie intake.
Dr. Bartfield recommends “writing down everything you eat” to keep track of the calories you consume everyday. Many calorie tracking apps and wearable devices allow you to keep track of what you eat electronically, by entering your meals, scanning barcodes, or taking pictures of what you eat. However, these tools don’t work well enough for those who want to keep track of their calorie intake.
It’s a hassle. Who wants to spend quality time searching a database for the calorie count of salad dressing when he/she could be enjoying the meal? If tracking calories isn’t easy, you’re unlikely to stick with it over the long term.
It’s error-prone. Unless you measure or weigh everything you eat and drink (again—hassle!), you’ll have to estimate, which leads to errors. It’s even harder to get an accurate calorie count when you eat out and you’re not in control of what goes on in the kitchen.
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With truly automatic calorie measurement, you can be your best, healthiest self, with less effort. It is that simple.
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