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What health devices have their own way to track what you eat?

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Some devices, like those from Fitbit, Larklife, and Jawbone, have a way to track what you eat on their own web sites or apps. Most of the ones that don't have their own food trackers sync with apps that do. Even the devices with their own food tracking often sync with apps that allow you to see more details about nutrition.

One benefit of devices sharing data is that when your food tracker "learns" how many calories you've burned from exercise, it may be able to adjust your calorie limit for the day.

SOURCES:

Natalie Digate Muth, MD, MPH, RD, spokeswoman, American Council on Exercise. 

Jawbone: "Setting Alarm and Alerts."

Larklife product page: "Active Breaks" in "Move" section.

FitBit Flex: "Managing silent alarms with Flex."

Laptop Mag: "Fitbit Flex Review."

PC Magazine: "Misfit Shine review."

Nike+: "Syncing your Nike+ Fuelband to Lose It!"

Redmond Pie: "Nike+ Move App for iPhone 5s Released, FuelBand App Updated With New UI and SE Features."

FitBit: "FitBit App Gallery."

Jawbone UP product page.

MyNetDiary: "MyNetDiary Diabetes Tracker app," "BG Monitor Integration Being Investigated."

BodyMedia: "Third Party Apps," "Telcare."

Workout Trainer product page.

LoseIt! Blog: "Reports and Motivators."

Google Play: "Sleep as Android."

SparkPeople: "Sync Your Fitness Device with SparkPeople."

TechCrunch: "The Ultimate Guide to the 50+ Hottest Health and Fitness Apps, Gadgets and Startups of the Year."

Lifehacker.com: "Five Best Food and Nutrition Tracking Tools."

iTunes Apps: "Sleep Cycle alarm clock."

Google play: "SleepBot-Sleep Cycle Alarm."

Wearable App Review: "Sleep Debt."

MyNetDiary: Home, MyNetDiary and Fitbit -- Integrate Your Diet and Exercise.

Beeminder FAQ.

Withings.

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on February 5, 2018

SOURCES:

Natalie Digate Muth, MD, MPH, RD, spokeswoman, American Council on Exercise. 

Jawbone: "Setting Alarm and Alerts."

Larklife product page: "Active Breaks" in "Move" section.

FitBit Flex: "Managing silent alarms with Flex."

Laptop Mag: "Fitbit Flex Review."

PC Magazine: "Misfit Shine review."

Nike+: "Syncing your Nike+ Fuelband to Lose It!"

Redmond Pie: "Nike+ Move App for iPhone 5s Released, FuelBand App Updated With New UI and SE Features."

FitBit: "FitBit App Gallery."

Jawbone UP product page.

MyNetDiary: "MyNetDiary Diabetes Tracker app," "BG Monitor Integration Being Investigated."

BodyMedia: "Third Party Apps," "Telcare."

Workout Trainer product page.

LoseIt! Blog: "Reports and Motivators."

Google Play: "Sleep as Android."

SparkPeople: "Sync Your Fitness Device with SparkPeople."

TechCrunch: "The Ultimate Guide to the 50+ Hottest Health and Fitness Apps, Gadgets and Startups of the Year."

Lifehacker.com: "Five Best Food and Nutrition Tracking Tools."

iTunes Apps: "Sleep Cycle alarm clock."

Google play: "SleepBot-Sleep Cycle Alarm."

Wearable App Review: "Sleep Debt."

MyNetDiary: Home, MyNetDiary and Fitbit -- Integrate Your Diet and Exercise.

Beeminder FAQ.

Withings.

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on February 5, 2018

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