Fitness trackers are largely inaccurate when counting calories, Stanford researchers say – Washington Post



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Fitness trackers are largely inaccurate when counting calories, Stanford researchers say
Washington Post
Calorie counting is a useful way to lose weight, but a new study suggests a fitness tracker could sabotage your efforts. The devices are overwhelmingly popular. For instance, since its inception, the leading brand, Fitbit, has sold at least 30 million
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