REDWOOD CITY, California, February 12, 2019 / PRNewswire / – Specialists from the Institute of Healthy Nutrition at the University of California completed a validation study of the Healbe smart bracelet GoBe2. The results confirmed the ability of Healbe GoBe2 to measure calories acquired with an accuracy of more than 89%.
– More than 9000 clinical hours of testing device research with two groups of men and women from 18 to 40 years old
– Automatically obtained GoBe2 data was carefully monitored by university staff
– Full control over all dishes, portions, composition of nutrients allowed to exclude the likelihood of errors in the assessment and calculations (after each meal, the remnants of food were recorded on plates)
– All dishes for the study participants were prepared by professional chefs in the kitchen of the university in strict accordance with the HACCP protocol
More than 89% – was the accuracy for the entire time of the research panel, more than 86% – averaged three-day indicators.
The main difference and uniqueness of the Healbe GoBe2 smart bracelet is tracking the calories acquired – the absolute merit of Russian scientists in monitoring the main body functions.
Fully automated GoBe2 counts outperform competitors’ third-party applications based on manual entry of power data by more than 50%.
Responsible for conducting the study, Dr. Sarah Schaefer (Sara Schaefer) is very optimistic about the potential of obtaining data on human nutrition and metabolism using non-invasive technology. The doctor decided to create a labo
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