Coral Springs, FL, July 29, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Health Briefs will look at a new aid to following specialized dietary requirements. Whether trying to lose weight or dealing with a condition such as diabetes, these Bluetooth-empowered wristbands will track the wearer's daily food and liquid consumption and issue an alert when limits are reached. The wristbands contain a library of menu items and their associated calories and nutritional qualities. The device will also record the owner's sleep patterns and exercise habits. It will even track the number of steps taken in a day. For those concerned about overindulging or leading a sedentary lifestyle, the answer may be as close as their own wrist.
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