Weight Loss

Research Shows Wearable Fitness Trackers Offer No Weight-Loss Advantage

According to a study carried out by U.S. researchers involving nearly 500 subjects, overweight or obese adults who added wearable fitness trackers to their weight-loss plans, failed to shed more weight than those following standard behavioural weight-loss approaches. According to CBC News, the researchers had 471 individuals aged 18 to 35 participate in a six-month clinical trial of...