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Do Smart Scales Measure Body Fat Percentage Accurately? Best Smart Scale 2020

Body Fat Tip:
The key to weight loss is all about making small and simple lifestyle changes. You can start the path to weight loss in easy ways, like eating more vegetables, walking more and avoiding processed sugar. Your small goals accumulate over time and you'll be more likely to stick to them. In order to keep on losing weight it is important that you pay attention to the portions that you are eating. A good base is to eat a 3-ounce portion of meat, poultry or fish which is about the size of the palm of your hand. Studies show that people who watch what they eat tend to lose more weight in the long run.

In This Video:
Are smart scales really able to measure your Body Fat Percentage Accurately? The Best Smart Scales will be able to tell you Weight BMI, Body Fat, Lean Mass. They are connected to wifi and can project trend lines for future results to your ios or android device.

It's 6 weeks in and I'm down about 15 lbs. Find out why I don't include my Body Fat Percentage as part of my Progress Timelapse. What is the Best Smart Scale 2020, T. Find out why I love the Withings Plus Scale

Questions Answered
➢ How does a body Fat Scale Work?
➢ How to create Target Goals for yourself based on body fat results?

Links mentioned in the episode
➢ Withings Scale: https://tinyurl.com/yb7ptqak
➢ Healthy Wage Challenge: https://hwage.co/2003435/
➢ Playlist: https://tinyurl.com/y7hd5kzg

Table of Contents
01:10 How does your scale work for weight measurements?
01:58 How does your scale work for Body Fat Measurements
03:45 The Difference Between Accuracy and Precision
04:45 How to Use Smart Scale to Calculate Fat and Weight Loss Goals
09:55 My Weekly Weigh-in My goal was to Lose 2 lbs and Weigh-in at 186.5

Written by bodyfat52

8 Comments

  1. Another factor to consider is the amount of other weight that must be lost in coincidence of the fat loss. Which equates to about an extra 20%.

    This constitutes mostly blood and extra tissue that would no longer be required and would melt away with the fat.

    To lose 20lbs of fat you need to lose about 25lbs, so to lose 30lbs of fat you would need to lose about 37.5lbs

  2. I really like your math. However, I keep hearing people say "speed" of the circuit. Speed has very little to do with it, and the scale doesn't measure speed. The scale measures resistance, and it takes a good bit of resistance shift to create a measurable change in speed in a waveguide. That is how the more complex scales make a best "guess" at visceral and subcutaneous fat, they send various currents through your body and measure the different impedances. I'm certain you can find a chart somewhere that says "x micro amps for muscle, y micro amps for subcutaneous, etc." but they would still be a best guess.

  3. Got me. After if my Renpho scale was believable. I too noticed the flux in numbers that could not have changed that significantly in just a few hours or even minutes (before after shower). I do see the trend however.
    I introduced much more fat and salt into my diet and carved out a lot of carbs, sugars and completely corn syrup (Keyto). This coupled with an 8hr window to eat (intermittent fasting) and wow did the fat start coming off fast.
    This made me want to exercise more and stretch. Its amazing how a little scale can be a nice daily prompt in the right direction.

  4. Also just to add a point more in detail; the more muscle you have, the more fat your will naturally burn. the best way to burn fat in the long run, is to increase muscle mass.
    as you add more muscle, your BMR will grow. (Basal Metabolic Rate). The BMR is the calories that your body burns during the day, while doing nothing at all.
    for example, my BMR is 1,496 calories. which means, by doing nothing all day – my body still burns 1,496 calories. if I increase muscle, that number of calories goes up.

    So to more accurately state how much weight you have to lose to get to a certain body fat – isnt just how much weight you have to lose. you could actually put MORE weight on and still lose fat in the long run – muscle weighs more than fat. so by working out and building muscle, youre gaining weight – but since your BMR has increased, youre also burning more calories throughout the day by doing nothing at all.. now add all the calories youre losing by working out – and soon youll see your body fat start dropping.

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