Exactly. I didn't know I had low/nil potassium in my diet and I didn't know I had a mildly high sodium diet. Tracking my intake showed me those things and when I looked up what potassium was good for, it told me just that. Overall a win with very little effort.Potassium is great for counteracting sodium intake. I've now become a big fan of sweet potato mash/fries because of it. Bananas aren't my fave.
I have the iOS app MotionX 24/7: Sleep Cycle Alarm, Snore, Apnea, Heart Rate Monitor, Weight Loss, Activity Tracker app. (What a name!)I think you just set the time you want it to wake you up.
I'm pretty sure the nike version doesnt track anything, the more it movies you get "fuel"points. whatever those are.How does the fitbit compare to the nike version. I like the visual feedback on the Nike fuelband. I'm a runner so I'm not sure how well either product will fit my needs.