|Jan 7, 2013, 11:00 AM||#52|
Oh. My. God. Now I have seen everything iRelated. This takes the cake and then some.
If you need an app enabled fork to tell you you're eating too much/might get fat, you've officially hit rock bottom.
15" MBP iPad (3rd Gen) iPod Nano (6th Gen) & 160GB Classic ATV
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|Jan 7, 2013, 01:46 PM||#53|
OTOH, I know of no literature linking these gizmos to long-term improvements in body composition and overall health. Hapilabs has a page where they talk about "the science" of their toys, but no published papers whatsoever are cited. Until they provide actual peer-reviewed science, I'm skeptical of any claims this company makes. We really have no idea if the Hapilabs claims are true -- let alone if their methodology has any advantage whatsoever to simply cutting out the carbs.
All things equal, the mechanisms that are designed into our biology are superior to using some gadget -- and nothing has been provided to show that all things are equal.
|Jan 7, 2013, 05:23 PM||#54|
For that money it should tune instruments too.
It's ready, when it's ready !
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