Health experts are warning that a new “mosaico” of three meters can be a helpful tool for tracking food intake.
The meters, which are being developed by researchers at the University of Minnesota, were tested on healthy people to see how they might be used in the workplace.
One meter, measuring how much water you drink, could be used for measuring the amount of water a person consumes, and the other two could be useful for monitoring food intake and weight loss.
The researchers used these meters to monitor people over two years.
Researchers say the meters would be a useful tool for managing weight loss and weight gain, but it’s not clear whether they would be useful to the general population.
“The primary goal is to help people to get the best possible information,” said Daniel Zwicker, a professor of nutrition at the U. of M. “We are not necessarily looking at weight gain or loss.”
The study was published online in the journal Obesity.
Zwicker and his colleagues tested the new meters on 532 people who had previously weighed more than 250 kilograms.
They tracked their weight, blood pressure and heart rate, as well as their food intake for two years and their exercise.
They found that when measuring water consumption, the meters were able to tell people that they had consumed a lot of water, even if they weren’t drinking that much water.
When measuring food intake, the people on the meters lost weight but still maintained their healthy weight.
The new meters did not tell the participants that they were eating more than they normally would, though.
Zwickers and his team found that people who ate more calories, particularly those who were overweight, lost weight more quickly than people who were not.
Another potential benefit of the meters is that they might help people who are overweight lose weight by keeping track of the calories they are eating, and keeping track with food labels.
People who are obese could have trouble eating a healthy diet if they don’t have the ability to measure their weight accurately, because of their low body mass index, which is a measure of a person’s body fat percentage.
So far, the researchers have not shown that people on these meters are at greater risk of weight gain.
But they said they do think it could be a valuable tool for people who want to lose weight.