Fitness Tracking Devices Could Be Hurting Your Progress

A new study suggests that your fitness tracker could be sabotaging your diet.
0:53 | 09/21/16

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It's a sect bites for the strikers may not actually help you lose weight a new study finds people using the trackers lost about five pounds less than those who didn't Wear that one possible explanation seeing their progress. But some people to thing they could then eat more. The study's authors suggest our giving up on your tracker but. Not relying on it too much either that is wearing is not enough yes work out and replacement phones for the galaxy note sevens that can ignite are available starting today. Half a million new Samsung Smartphones have arrived in the US Samsung is also sending out software updates for the note seven. And tender will now help you find your musical match but that. The help of Spotify users can now show off their favorite songs on their profile for the profile connects to your Spotify accounts a perspective not just can't see your most listened to artists and your favorite son. So there will be a lot of single ladies from beyoncé knows your tech bytes.

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