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KRISTEN_SAYS SparkPoints: (78,396)
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Posts: 5,092
3/19/13 10:45 A

Haha, I agree with M@L!

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (59,856)
Fitness Minutes: (14,921)
Posts: 9,705
3/19/13 10:23 A

I haven't used either, but if I were going to buy one, I would buy a fitbit. It doesn't require a subscription fee to access all features.

CILER11 Posts: 265
3/19/13 10:15 A

My hubby bought me the Fitbit One and so far I like it. It is very small, which I like but worry I'll lose it. I also agree that a digital scale if you don't have one is amazing. I was actually eating less than I should, which is wonderful to find out. :)

MOTIVATED@LAST Posts: 15,306
3/19/13 9:39 A

Best electronic help?

A set of digital kitchen scales.

Seriously, weight loss is 80% nutrition, and just 20% exercise. Weighing your food even for a few days is a real eye-opener (it was for me), and is a great teacher about portion control.

M@L

EDDYSQUIGGLE SparkPoints: (16,283)
Fitness Minutes: (19,741)
Posts: 15
3/19/13 9:04 A

What does everyone think is the best?

the fitbit?
or the bodymedia?

I see both can be synced with your sparkpeople page.
But which one should I buy?

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