The Bite Counter tracks the wrist-roll motion of a person's arm while eating
The Bite Counter that is currently available for professional and research use
The Bite Counter is worn on the wrist and counts the number of bites the wearer takes
Pedometers can be a great motivational tool for people looking to shed a few pounds by getting active. But since cutting the calorie intake is also an important factor in trimming down researchers at Clemson University in South Carolina have created a device that acts like a pedometer for eating. The Bite Counter is worn like a watch and tracks how many mouthfuls the wearer takes to sound an alarm when they reach for one handful of chips too many.
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