The latest research related to FLOW technology was conducted in the USA and China. A short summary of the study is provided below.
In the fall of 2018, the Institute of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis, conducted a study on the calorie-tracking functionality of GoBe bands. The scientists compared the accuracy of the device vs. manual calorie counting.
Twenty-seven volunteers wore GoBe smart bands for 14 days under the supervision of specialists. To estimate their average daily caloric intake, the data was grouped into three-day intervals. GoBe readings and the manual calorie count from diaries differed in accuracy by 10%.
So HEALBE GoBe demonstrated up to 90% accuracy among healthy adult volunteers if accuracy is measured as 100% minus 10% error.
At the end of 2018, the Red Cross Hospital in Guangzhou conducted a pilot study of the calorie-tracking function of the GoBe smart bands. The volunteers were asked to wear HEALBE GoBe for two weeks. The data was grouped into three-day intervals to estimate average daily caloric intake.
The average daily caloric intake value obtained using GoBe and the results of manual counting differed by only 16% this time.
More details on these researches are available on our website.
You can also see our patents by visiting worldwide.espacenet.com.
The list of patents includes but is not limited to:
• Method for Detecting Water Deficiency in a Human Body;
• Method for Measuring the Glycemic Index of Human-Consumed Food;
• Method for determining a person’s sleeping phase which is favorable for waking up.