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AcuHealth Smart Digital Nutrition Scale with iOS & Android Smartphone and Tablet Devices Analyzes Nutrients for Over 9000 Different Foods ( Black )

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Posted on: February 25, 2017
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The AcuHealth Smart Nutrition Scale is a personal management tool that helps individuals understand the essential nutritional values of the foods they eat. It serves as a food guidance system to regulate calories, nutrients and portion size appropriate for your lifestyle. It includes 4 high precision GFX latest generation sensors to deliver superior accuracy and the fastest response times to instantly communicates with your iOS and Android mobile device(s) and displays the detail of the nutrient information. For individuals making a serious commitment to improving their health by controlling diet, the AcuHealth Nutrition Scale can help you reach your goals – safely, sensibly and practically.

•The AcuHealth Smart Nutrition Scale analyzes the nutrients for over 9000 different food, including Sugar, Calories, Protein, Fat, Carbon Hydrate, Fiber, Cholesterol, Sodium, Calcium, Potassium and more.

• A modern and sleek tempered glass design provides elegance and durability. The large screen features a new large bright LCD with an improved viewing angle that displays weight in grams or lb oz with high-resolution gradation (0.1oz/1g). Max weight capacity 11 pound / 5 kg.

•The featured automatic Tare button that quickly calculates the net weight of your ingredients by subtracting the container weight, whether the container is a bowl, tray, plate or anything else.

•The contemporary thin design and stands out as a showpiece for the modern kitchen, which makes it a great item for personal use or a gift for friends and family members.

•The AcuHealth Digital Nutrition Scale comes equipped with 4 AAA batteries for long life, and features a 1 minute automatic turn-off that preserves battery life.

Product Features

  • The digital smart nutrition scale with free download APP analyzes nutrients for over 9000 different foods.

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  • Michael L. Pippett
    Posted on February 25, 2017 at 5:58 PM
    App is unusable so the scale is pointless. The app you need to use the scale is so bad it makes the scale unusable... it needs to scan and 'detect' the scale each time you want to use it which takes several tries each time for an average time of 5 minutes to weigh 1 thing. DO NOT waste your money on this.
  • Levity
    Posted on February 25, 2017 at 6:18 PM
    The more I learn the better I will do I need to see what is in the foods I eat for health reason, and this one works quite well. The more I learn the better I will do. Complicated.
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