Product Spotlight: Baseline® Hand-Held Body Fat Monitor

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Product Spotlight: Baseline® Hand-Held Body Fat Monitor

Body fat percentage can be an important calculation for many people who are trying to lose weight. Taking your age and gender into account, you can determine your target essential body fat percentage. From there you can see how much effort is needed to get from where you are at now to your target body fat goal. Thankfully, you can easily obtain an accurate body fat percentage reading without a medical professional, using the Baseline® Hand-Held Body Fat Monitor.

The Baseline® Hand-Held Body Fat Monitor is a portable and simple-to-use device that gives you accurate body fat percentage readings almost instantaneously! If you ever wanted to get in shape you can track your progress everyday to see where you are at body fat wise. Your body fat percentage is important to know because too much can lead to obesity and obesity-related diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. With the Baseline® Hand-Held Body Fat Monitor your body fat percentage results are displayed and charts will tell you if you are at a healthy level. Results can be displayed in five symbols: emaciated, standard, hide corpulent, muscle corpulent and corpulent. These symbols are easy to understand at a basic level to give you the information you need if you do not want the exact numbers. Use these symbols as a guide to get you towards a healthier body fat percentage.

Baseline® Hand-Held Body Fat Monitor

If you are a numbers person, the Baseline® Monitor will tell you your body mass index (BMI) and Kilo Calorie (KCAL). BMI looks at body fat relative to height. The KCAL measurement looks at the basal metabolic rate, which is the rate that a person burns calories for basic metabolism functions such as breathing, maintaining body temperature and blood circulation. You can use the measurements to calculate your basic Body Composition Analysis in a more in-depth way.

It is important to keep in mind, though accurate, you still need to contact your medical professional to determine a healthy body fat percentage for your individual needs. Symbols, charts and graphs can tell you what your range could be, but only a medical professional can determine what your actual body fat percentage should be and give you a plan of care to get you back to a healthy body fat percentage. Use the Baseline® Hand-Held Body Fat Monitor as a guide to a healthier you.

To view the Baseline® Hand-Held Body Fat Monitor, click here.

Article written by William Graves.