Calorie intake in detail

Hope you are becoming more acquainted with your GoBe3!

Here to explain one of the most important feature of GoBe3 – calorie intake measurement.

When your cells absorb energy from food, they release water. GoBe3 can sense this fluid change with its bioimpedance sensor and the FLOW technology, which calculates how many calories you have consumed/absorbed.

Because GoBe3 detects food at the stage it enters your bloodstream, calories will show up not immediately after a meal, but with a small delay. Most food will take several hours to absorb.

It’s also important to note that different foods require different time for digestion.

Here is a brief guide on the stages of digestion to help you estimate when the food is eaten will be registered by your GoBe3:

3-4 hours – food is processed with stomach acid;

4-8 hours – the process of digestion;

5-9 hoursup to 24 hours in some cases – the food is finally delivered to the bloodstream for use as energy.

Depending on the contents of the meal, some calories may arrive at the bloodstream within one hour (sweets, sugar) or up to 9-10 hours later (complex proteins and complex carbohydrates). So, don’t worry if you don’t see the numbers in your application immediately. Be patient, GoBe3 is working!

In addition to the function of estimating digestible calories, do not forget to use all the functions of GoBe3:

Calorie burned;

Track your energy balance;

Monitor your hydration;

Determine how much stress you’re undergoing;

Track your pulse;

Wake up at the most comfortable time based on your sleep patterns;

Count the number of steps and distance traveled.

Read more about each function in the User Manual.


Smart band uses a unique FLOW technology to track your calorie intake, body hydration, sleep and stress level as well as pulse, steps, and distance. Order yours today!

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Please note that HEALBE GoBe is not responsible for any content that purports to give medical advice or advice regarding fitness training, exercise, or diet. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition and prior to starting a diet or physical fitness program.

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