View Single Post
  #4  
Old 21.11.2020, 11:03
kri's Avatar
kri kri is offline
Forum Veteran
 
Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Switzerland
Posts: 1,606
Groaned at 14 Times in 14 Posts
Thanked 1,324 Times in 688 Posts
kri has a reputation beyond reputekri has a reputation beyond reputekri has a reputation beyond reputekri has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Protein and Metabolism

Quote:
View Post
A scale can't measure anything other than weight.

I assume you have it paired with some sort of fitness and eating tracking apps?

If you feel healthy and happy with your body, forget it.

If you don't, you probably already know roughly what you want to change, so why care what the scale says?

The sceptic in me says that:

a. a scale trying to claim anything about the content of the weight it measures is just making things up

b. they have a sponsorship deal with a protein shake company
It's a body composition scale. It measure body fat, muscle etc. I understand the limitations of this and yet it has made me curious.

It also gave similar info than a trainer years ago had given me with traditional body measurements, i.e. eat more protein, so I am just investigating a bit.

Shifting weight lately has been hard, probably due to age, but wanted to get a bit more granular about it.
Reply With Quote