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You’ve tried every popular weight loss diet under the sun — from high-protein, low-carb to high-carb, low-fat and everything in between — but still haven’t been able to lose weight and keep it off. Nevertheless, you (and millions of others like you) keep searching for the one “perfect” diet. Stop!
Wellocracy followers are part of The New Fit Revolution, a new approach to health and wellness that combines medical science, behavioral psychology and technology to help us get and stay healthy. It’s what Wellocracy is about: teaching and inspiring people to use cutting edge, consumer-friendly tools – like trackers and smart phone apps – to achieve a healthier lifestyle.
Your activity tracker knows a lot about you and your daily habits, but how much do you know about your activity tracker? We asked Robert Havasy and Tim Hale, our tech gurus at the Center for Connected Health, to explain the magic behind these amazing gizmos.
I bet that most of you have been tracking some aspect of your life or your health as well. You may not have thought about it in 21st century lingo – as “capturing data” – but that’s exactly what you’re doing. Perhaps you’ve been using a scale to watch your weight, or using an app to monitor your menstrual cycles, your mood or your sleep patterns. Maybe you’ve been keeping a food diary to lose weight, check for allergies or sensitivity to ingredients in food, like gluten.
Under the direction of Liz Keyser, our consumer-tech expert, Team Wellocracy recently tested several popular sleep trackers. While people were generally positive about tracking their sleep, typically, our testers liked some aspects of their trackers, but wished that they offered additional or different features. Based on our testers’ reviews and her own expertise, we asked […]