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Easy, Homemade Waffles

These homemade waffles take less than 15-minutes to prepare. They are perfect for weekend breakfasts.
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Recipe makes approximately 6 Belgian Style Waffles

Ingredients

2 eggs
2 cups All Purpose Flour
1 + ¾  cups milk
½ cup vegetable oil
1 tablespoon sugar
2 tablespoons baking powder
½ teaspoon vanilla extract
¼ teaspoon salt

Instructions

Combine all ingredients and stir until just mixed.
Spray waffle iron with non-stick cooking spray.
Pour in batter, and wait until waffle iron indicates ready.
Top with your favorite fruit.
Enjoy!

The Differences Between the EatSmart Body Fat Scales: GetFit vs. Body Check

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All bathroom scales measure your weight. However, weight alone is not an accurate indicator of health. A body fat scale can distinguish between pounds that come from body fat and pounds that come from mass muscle and total body water, providing a complete picture of health. Body fat scales such as the Precision GetFit Digital Body Fat Scale and the Precision Body Check Digital Body Fat Scale are great tools to monitor your health and fitness at home.

How they work: EatSmart body fat scales use BIA (Bio-Electrical Impedance Analysis) technology to send a low intensity electrical signal through the body. The rate at which the signal flows through body, combined with the user’s gender, height, age, activity level, allows the scale to calculate body composition. This signal is perfectly safe and is not felt by the user.

Body fat scales are ideal when losing weight or training for an athletic event. Even if weight plateaus, users could notice a decrease in body fat and increased muscle mass. Body water ratios are higher in lean tissue than fat tissue and knowing your stats is a good indicator of your body’s health. Water ratios are especially important for athletes, as dehydration can derail performance.

Body fat scales give you the information you need to ensure that you are on the right path to health and fitness.

The similarities:

In addition to measuring weight, both of the EatSmart Body Fat Scales provide the user with a total body composition analysis. Both scales share the following features:

  • Measure up to 400lbs and display an accurate readout to the nearest 0.2 lbs
  • Use “Step-On” technology – no more tapping to turn on your scale
  • Store up to 8 unique user profiles, and recognize the individual user as soon as they step on the scale
  • Athlete mode allows active users to get more accurate readings for health metrics
  • Sturdy, slim profiles that will fit perfectly (and look good!) in your bathroom
  • Contain detailed instruction manuals (which also defines body fat, body water, body muscle and bone mass) and come with batteries
  • Bright blue backlit LCD displays with touch screen buttons
  • Backed by 100% EatSmart Guaranteed Product Satisfaction

The Differences:

THE LOOK

The Precision GetFit Body Fat Scale comes in black and is a square with rounded edges. The Body Check Scale is white with slightly curved top and bottom edges. The LCD screen on the GetFit is a square and slightly smaller than the rectangular LCD screen on the Body Check.EatSmartBodyFatScale-Dimensions

EXTRA FEATURES – BMI AND CALORIE INTAKE

In addition to weight, the GetFit Body Fat Scale calculates body fat, muscle mass, total body water and bone mass. The Body Check Scale monitors 7 important health metrics including weight, body fat, muscle mass, total body water, bone mass, BMI (Body Mass Index), and estimated caloric intake. The daily caloric intake estimate calculates how many calories are needed to maintain your weight.

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BEEP FEATURE

The Body Check Scale features a unique weight lock-in indicator. When the user’s weight is registered, the scale will beep allowing them to step off the scale and easily view the display. The GetFit does not have this beep feature.

BATTERIES

The GetFit runs on 4 AAA batteries and the Body Check runs on 3 AAA batteries.

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PRICE

The GetFit is priced at $44.95 and the Body Check is on sale for $24.95. bodycheck getfit vs

Anyone looking for a long term commitment to a healthy lifestyle would benefit from using a body fat scale.

Do you have a question about our Body Fat Scales? Tweet to us @eatsmartscales.

Double Chocolate Cherry Chipotle Bars

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Guest recipe by CafeTerraBlog.com

Chocolate, no wait, double chocolate love. Yes, that is what we need- or want- for some. These bars provide three dimensions of flavors with each bite. As you bite down, your teeth will pass a soft fudgy layer, followed by a crunch from the chocolate crust. The third dimension, and the unique flavor, comes from No Ketchup’s Cherry Chipotle Sauce. These bars will not only make you dance with each bite, they will give you cold chills from the amazing flavors melting in your mouth. Who’s ready to enjoy a Double Chocolate Cherry Chipotle Bar?

Prep: 20 min | Cook: 55 min | Yield: 6-9 bars

Ingredients

For Crust:

1 3/4 cup chocolate graham cracker crumbs (7.5oz box of Annie’s Homegrown Bunny Chocolate Grahams ground finely)
1/2 cup ( 1 stick) salted butter, melted

For Brownie:

1 cup milk chocolate chips
1/2 cup (1 stick) salted butter
1 3/4 cup white sugar
2 eggs
1/2 cup Not Ketchup Cherry Chipotle Sauce
3/4 cup all-purpose flour
1 tsp baking powder

Directions

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spray cooking spray on 9 x9 inch square pan, or line pan with parchment paper.

For Crust:

Note: Buy chocolate graham crumbs already ground up, or if in cracker form, grind in food processor.

In small sauce pot, melt down 1/2 cup butter. In small bowl, mix together melted butter and chocolate graham crumbs. Spread out evenly in prepared pan, and press down well.

For Brownies:

In a double boiler pan, (or use metal pan that will sit over medium sauce pot). Add one inch of water to pan, set stove top to medium-high heat. Add chocolate chips and butter to metal bowl, melt down, stir frequently.

In medium bowl, add white sugar, and eggs and with electric hand mixer, mix together for 2 minutes or until fluffy and smooth in appearance. Add Not Ketchup Cherry Chipotle Sauce and mix for another 30 second. Then add in melted chocolate and butter into batter and mix for another 30 seconds. With spatula, fold in flour and baking powder.

Add the brownie batter on top of the chocolate graham crust, and spread the batter out evenly.

Bake brownies for 45-55 minutes depending on oven. You want the batter to have a more solid appearance, but still be fudgy in the center. Let cool.

Enjoy!

About the Author: Cafe Terra Blog is a sweet and savory food blog where there is something for everyone. It is a place where you can sit down, relax, and enjoy new recipes along with family favorites. Come on in – have a seat!

How a Kitchen Scale Can Help You Lose Weight

How a Kitchen Scale Can Help You Lose Weight

A kitchen scale is a must-have tool for anyone serious about weight loss. When preparing meals, it is nearly impossible to eyeball a serving size, and most people overestimate portion sizes. Using a kitchen scale teaches you what an actual serving of food looks like. Additionally, a food scale will give you an accurate weight, so you can easily calculate the amount of calories on your plate. Keeping your meals and snacks in check will help you reach your health and fitness goals.

Calories and nutrients are usually based on weight

Measuring cups and spoons leave room for error. It’s easy to overload them, and food can vary in volume which makes measuring cups unreliable. The best way to get an accurate serving size is to measure your food on one of our digital kitchen scales, especially when eating calorie dense foods, such as cheese, pasta or avocado. This video shows portion sizes for cheese and steak from our blogger friend Girls Gone Sporty.

Photo credit The ABCD Diariesa

Photo credit The ABCD Diariesa

Serving sizes are difficult to guess

You may read that one bagel is 245 calories, but that’s based on a 98g serving size. Many stores and food chains have bagels that are much larger than 98g. In fact, you may be eating 400 calories before you even add a topping! Small, medium and large servings vary and, as a result, so do the calories. This is why measuring by weight is necessary. This is what a serving size of pretzels looks like using the Precision Elite Digital Kitchen Scale.

No more guessing portion sizes

It can be shocking to see what an actual serving of certain foods looks like. You may think you know the portion size of your favorite food, but it’s often an eye opener to measure a true portion by weight. Our Precision Elite Digital Kitchen Scale eliminates the guesswork when measuring out your foods. This video by our blogger friend Cassie Gant, demonstrates how use an EatSmart kitchen scale to count calories in a serving of halibut.

Unreliable estimated serving sizes on packaged food

Many packaged foods, such as cereals, snacks, and nuts, give the calories by weight and an estimated serving size. When you actually weigh a cup of cereal you may see that it’s closer to one and half servings, rather than one. This may not seem like a big deal for lower calorie foods, but throughout the day these additional calories make a big difference. Most packaged foods give their weight in ounces or grams, so all of our kitchen scales weigh in both units so you always have a precise measurement. Here’s a great video showing how to measure a serving size of carrots from our blogger friend Erica D House.

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Knowing that your portions are on point allows you to accurately keep track of your calorie and carb intake. It makes managing diabetes or sticking to a diet plan much easier. Our Digital Nutrition Scale – Professional Food and Nutrient Calculator calculates calories, carbs, fiber, sodium, fats and other nutrients so you don’t have to.

Dine out with confidence

After you get into a habit of weighing your foods, you will have a much better idea of what a standard portion looks like. This is helpful when you are dining out or are at a party and don’t have access to your Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale. It will become easy to recognize when your dish of food is two portions, and you can take the additional serving home as a leftover. Just look how quickly this plate of Thanksgiving leftovers added up to 1 pound of food!EATSMARTKITCHEN SCALE - leftover-thanksgiving

Has an EatSmart kitchen scale helped you lose weight? Tweet us at @eatsmartscales.

How to Stick to Healthy Habits While on Vacation

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Are you looking forward to some well-deserved time off this summer? Vacations are an excellent way to rest, relax, and recharge your batteries. At the same time, it’s important to maintain healthy habits during your trip. While a few indulgences won’t derail your health and fitness, we have a few tips to help keep you on the right track.

Take before and after measurements

body fat scaleTake your body composition measurements before and after your trip with our EatSmart Precision Body Fat Scale. It measures muscle, body water and body fat percentage. If you’ve gained weight during the trip, compare your before-and-after body water percentages to better understand the source of the weight gain. In addition, the Body Fat Scale will provide estimated daily calorie needs to help you stay on track while traveling for a lengthy period of time.

Bring fitness gear

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Designate one of your EatSmart TravelWise Packing Cubes for workout clothes, swimsuits and sneakers while packing. Then, start each day with exercise, which will help keep you energized throughout the day. Going for a walk, run or a bike ride with the family is also an excellent way to take in the local sites.

Have an airport survival plan

Airport food is rarely delicious or healthy. Improve your options with some snacks from home or purchase familiar, healthy food in the terminal. Oatmeal, yogurt with fruit, green salads and grilled chicken are all healthy options.

Start with a healthy breakfast

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Choose a healthy breakfast to start your day off right. Even quick buffets generally have some healthy choices. You can enjoy hard boiled eggs, fresh fruit, whole grain cereal, yogurt and even a slice or two of turkey bacon. Our EatSmart Precision Pro Kitchen Scale is lightweight and easy to bring along for when you want to measure your portions, especially if you are renting a home or condo.

Treat yourself

Vacation means some indulgences along the way. Decide what your special meal or treat will be for the day and let yourself go. Try the chowder in a bread bowl while in San Francisco or indulge in pasta and gelato during your trip to Italy. Enjoy your treat and be sure to make healthier choices the rest of the day.

Drink lots of water

A day of fun in the sun, running around, overeating, drinking daiquiris or making poor food choices can leave you dehydrated. Be sure to always carry a water bottle with you and drink plenty of fluids throughout the day. Also, it’s common to mistake feelings of thirst for feelings of hunger, leading to extra calorie consumption. A great rule to follow when drinking alcohol is to drink a glass of water immediately following every alcoholic beverage imbibed.

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Pro travel tip: Worried about your suitcase exceeding the airline’s weight limit? Weigh your luggage before you head off to the airport with the EatSmart Voyager Luggage Scale to prevent excess baggage fees.

You can be easily derailed from your healthy habits on vacation. With a little planning ahead, you can enjoy your vacation to the fullest while still maintaining your health and fitness regime.

Do you have healthy travel tips that you would like to share? Tweet them to us at @eatsmartscales.

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Charity of the Month – Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation

EatSmart fans will continue to select a Charity of the Month in 2016. Fans will submit short stories about the charity’s mission and why it’s meaningful to them. We began our Charity of the Month donations in 2011.

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We’ve selected the Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation as our charity of the month for July. Our fan, Nina McHale, wrote to us,

My husband Paul was diagnosed with testicular cancer in the fall of 2015. It was not something the doctors expected since it’s not a common form of cancer nor does it usually occur to men in their 40’s. The good news is it’s highly treatable with a very high cure rate. It’s important for men to do a self exam and that is not something Paul or I were aware of previously. We knew that it was important for women to do monthly self exams but had not heard that men should also be doing them. The Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation stresses the importance of these exams and it’s something that I urge men to start doing. This isn’t a disease that only young men experience and early detection is important for improving survival rates.  

The Foundation was established in memory of Sean Kimerling, the Emmy Award-winning anchor of WB 11 sports and pre-game announcer for the Mets. Sean died from testicular cancer on September 9, 2003. He was only 37.

SKTCF Mission Statement:
Raising Awareness of testicular cancer and the importance of early diagnosis and treatment.  Providing Answers, and promoting Action in the fight against testicular cancer.

SKTCF Vision Statement:
SKTCF is the premier organization focused on the importance of testicular cancer awareness, early diagnosis, and treatment. The foundation has successfully positioned itself as the primary resource and destination for TC awareness information, and as a vital resource in the fight against TC.

The foundation seeks an environment:

  • Where conversations about TC are open and without embarrassment or stigmatization;
  • Where health providers routinely perform testicular exams;
  • Where information is easily accessible to everyone;
  • Where diagnosis and treatment are addressed when the disease is in its earliest stages;
  • Where those impacted by TC are equipped for success;
  • Where opportunities to join the fight against TC are abundant;
  • Where no man needs to die from this disease.

For every new Twitter Follower we (EatSmartProducts) acquire during the month of July, we will donate 50 cents/follower to Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation. (So spread the word!)

Click below, follow us and EatSmart will donate!

oen click to a good cause - sean kimerling charity for july If interested in submitting a charity for consideration, please email karen@eatsmartproducts.com. The donation amount will be capped at 500 new followers/likes.

Easy, No Cooking Required Summer Recipes

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Summer days are meant for having fun, not slaving over a warm stove. When it’s just too hot to cook, try a recipe that doesn’t involve turning on the stove. We aren’t talking about a bowl of cereal or a boring salad! The following no cook recipes are hearty meals and snacks that are perfect for hot summer days.


Four Bean Salad bean-salad-salad

Get the recipe from Miss Fitz NYC.


Shrimp Salad Bites

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Get the recipe from Happy Mothering.


Zucchini Noodle, Tomato & Avocado Salad

zucchininoodle Get the recipe from Life’s Ambrosia.


Roasted Beet Salad with Goat Cheese & Chickpeas

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Get the recipe from Scrumpdillyicious.


Strawberry and Avocado with Tuna Salad Recipe

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Get the recipe from Foodie Crush.


Peaches and Cream Overnight Oats

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Get the recipe from Easy Living Today.


Cucumber Avocado Basil Mint Gazpacho

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Get the recipe from Self Proclaimed Foodie.


Big Green Breakfast Bowl

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Get the recipe from Wholehearted Eats.


Cauliflower Tabbouleh

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Get the recipe from Power Hungry.


Key Lime Pie Chia Pudding

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Get the recipe from Blissful Basil.


Chickpea Salad with Artichokes and Pesto

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Get the recipe from Avocado Pesto.

Do you have a go-to no cook meal? Tweet it to us at @eatsmartscales.

25 Easy Ways to Increase Heart Health

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According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular(heart) disease is the leading global cause of death, accounting for more than 17.3 million deaths per year, a number that is expected to grow to more than 23.6 million by 2030. Cardiovascular diseases claim more lives than all forms of cancer combined.

Want to know the real secret for the fountain of youth that will help decrease your risk of cardiovascular disease ? Keep your heart healthy! Half of Americans have at least one risk factor for heart disease such as high blood pressure, excess weight or high triglycerides. While you can’t change your genetic makeup, you can change your external risk factors. Even making a few easy changes can have a big impact on your health and quality of life. Your heart works hard every day, take good care of it in return!

Here are 25 easy ways to improve your heart health:

Quit smoking.

This one may not be easy but there are plenty of resources to help you quit like The American Lung Association’s “How to Quit Smoking” page.

Take a walk

couple walkingSitting is the new smoking and walking is an easy way get reduce health risks and get your blood flowing. Check out 11 Ways to Walk More for ideas on how to fit more walking into your day.

Know your numbers

Prevent heart disease by keeping blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol, and triglycerides within the healthy range.  You can do this by getting an annual physical and talking to your doctor about what these numbers mean for you.

Watch your weight

Reaching and maintaining a healthy weight is one of the best ways to keep your heart healthy.  Our Precision Body Fat Bathroom Scale helps you keep an eye on your weight and provides information on body fat, muscle mass, body water and other important health matrixes.

Move that body

Pick an activity you enjoy and get moving!  Optimally, you should aim for 30 minutes a day most days of the week but even just 10 minutes of activity can lower your blood pressure.

Go fish

Eating fatty fish, like salmon, twice a week provides omega 3 fatty acids that improve your heart health.

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couple laughingBust heart-damaging stress with laughter! A good laugh also promotes healthy blood flow in the vessels. So go ahead, search for your favorite videos on Youtube or Comedy Central!

Namaste

Practicing yoga stretches out your muscles, has a positive impact on your heart rate and leaves you feeling calm.

Skip the salt

Reduce salt intake to half a teaspoon per day to lower the risk of coronary heart disease.

Eat your oats

Choose whole grains to add soluble fiber to your diet. They can help lower LDL cholesterol. Check out these ten delicious recipes from The Daily Burn!

Play with your pet

playing with dogPet owners tend to have lower stress and anxiety levels which may improve heart and lung function. Plus walking a dog gets you moving every day! An alternative for those who can’t keep a pet is to volunteer to walk or run with dog at a local shelter.

Socialize more

Loneliness and isolation have a negative impact on your heart that is similar to the effects of smoking, obesity and lack of exercise. Make a date with friends, find an interesting meet up group on meetup.com or volunteer somewhere that will provide fun and positive interactions with others.

Go fast and then slow down

Interval training-speed bursts followed by a recovery pace, gives you greater cardiovascular benefits in less time.

Eat lean meat

Yes, you can enjoy meat in moderation, however choose lean cuts and watch portion sizes. Our Precision Pro Kitchen Scale is a handy tool for correctly measuring proper portion sizes.

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Taste the rainbow

Choose a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables for a wide range of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They are also low in calories and full of fiber, making you less likely to snack on junk foods.

Enjoy tea time

Both green and black teas have been shown to improve the health of your arteries. Green, black and white teas should be brewed at different temperatures. Our Precision Pro Digital Thermometer can help you make the perfect cup of tea.

Brush your teeth and floss regularly

toothbrush and toothpastePeriodontal disease has been directly linked to several types of coronary disease.

Don’t fear all fats

Your body needs some fat in order to function but too much saturated or trans fat leads to heart disease. Choose heart healthy monounsaturated fats, such as canola or olive oil, and polyunsaturated fats, such as those found in avocados, nuts and some fish.

Hit the weights

Cardio is important for heart health and so is strength training! It helps with weight control, insulin sensitivity and glucose tolerance.

Go outside

women on a benchWhether you take a walk or sit outside to enjoy your lunch being outside in nature helps naturally reduce stress levels.

Have some fun with exercise

Stop looking at exercise as something you have to do and think of it as something you get to do. Eliminate the term “work out” and just go play. Activities such as playing Frisbee, bike riding and roller skating all burn calories and get the heart pumping. Want something more organized? Check out Sportsvite to find a league near you.

Get some rest

In addition to making your irritable, lack of sleep can alter your metabolism, leading to weight gain, diabetes, and heart disease.

Take a technology break

Email, texts and social media all increase stress levels. Skip reaching for your phone first thing in the morning and take time to stretch, do breathing exercises or read something positive.

Drink responsibly

Alcohol can have a positive impact on your heart but only when consumed in moderation. This means one glass per day for women and two for men.

Enjoy a little chocolate

Dark chocolate has heart healthy flavonoids, so enjoy a square of chocolate that’s at least 72% cacao.

Have you recently made a positive change for your health? Tweet it to us at @eatsmartscales.

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How to Stay Fit Working From Home

how-to-stay-fit-working-from-homeGoodbye commute and hello home office! Sounds perfect, right? While you can work in your pajamas and avoid rush hour traffic, it will take extra effort to maintain your fitness from home. Without coworkers to visit, meetings to attend, coffee breaks and walks to lunch, you might hardly move all day. With recent research proving how a sedentary lifestyle is very bad for your health, you will need a work from home health and fitness routine that sets you up for success.

Here are 10 health tips to keep you fit while working from home:

Daily walks before and after work 

It’s easy to forget how much time you “have back” from not commuting so take advantage of it! In place of a commute, take a walk before you sit down to work. When you’re done for the day, head out the door and do a 15-minute walk to detox from sitting at the computer.

Create a weekly schedule

On Sunday evening, update your calendar for the week. Whether you have an actual planner or an online calendar, “pencil” in professional and personal obligations first. Just as you would schedule a meeting, add your exercise sessions to best fit the upcoming week.

Set a countdown timer

Use your phone or Google timer to establish a set period of time to focus on work. Always set the clock/timer to countdown the duration of time you plan to work. Inc. Magazine stated studies show the ideal amount of time for maximum productivity is 52 minutes followed by a 17 minute break. During the break, be sure to move and stretch.

Make a quick, healthy lunch

There’s no excuses here! With your full kitchen a few steps away, you can easily throw together a nutritious lunch in just a couple of minutes. For easy to make, healthy lunch ideas, click here.

Set work-life boundaries

Always track your hours and keep yourself accountable. Try not to let work bleed over into your personal time, or vice versa. Don’t feel guilty that you work from home and try to do more to compensate.

Make a “To Do” list the night before

Take 5-minutes before bed to write a task list for the next day. This will help you prioritize what needs to be accomplished and leave you with more time for exercising, cooking dinner and other healthy habits.

Keep nutritious snacks on hand

precision-pro-white-chromeSince you don’t have to pack a lunch and snacks, it’s easy to grab the pretzels and eat straight from the bag. Studies prove mindless eating leads to weight gain so try to only buy nutritious snacks and use your EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale to measure out proper portion sizes.

PRO TIP: Measure out correct portion sizes and make your own 100 calorie packs of snacks.

Get a pedometer

Most people with desk jobs aren’t moving too much throughout the day. Pedometers and fitness trackers are worn on the wrist, and they’re able to track steps taken, calories burned, sleep schedules and more. Some trackers even alert you if you’ve been stationary too long, reminding you to stand up and move.

Always walk and talk 

If you have conference calls or phone meetings, always try to take them standing up.

Get enough sleep

Lack of sleep kills both your productivity and your motivation to exercise. When your rejuvenated and well rested, you are able to perform your work in a focused, timely manner and have energy to exercise.

How do you stay fit working remotely? Please share your top tips with us on Twitter @eatsmartscales.

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2016 Father’s Day Gift Ideas – All Under $45

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It’s not easy to shop for Dad. He probably doesn’t need another tie and would prefer to buy his own tools. This Father’s Day, do you want to find a thoughtful gift that won’t end up in the back of his closet?

We’ve compiled a list of unique gift ideas that will help him reach his health goals or simply make his life easier. And these gifts are all budget friendly – nothing is over $45!

For the Fitness Focused Dad

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Our Precision GetFit Digital Body Fat Scale is a great match for the Dad who is focused on fitness and health. This is not your ordinary bathroom scale as it can quickly and easily measure body fat, body water, body muscle and bone mass in addition to weight. The scale automatically recognizes users when they step on the scale and has a touch screen interface. | $44.95

For the Health Oriented Dad

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Our Precision 550 Extra Wide Digital Scale is the designed for maximum comfort. The wide platform accommodates large feet and bigger frames, allowing Dad to stand in a comfortable natural manner. The sleek stainless steel design is both modern and sturdy. | $39.95

For the Dad Who Loves to Play Chef

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Our Precision Pro Digital Thermometer is a must have tool for any Dad who loves to grill or cook. The Precision Pro reads the temperature of meat, in 5 seconds or less, and the 1.5 mm probe ensures the juices stay in the meat, keeping each bite flavorful and tender. For easy reference, the cover lists the proper cooking temperature for meat and fish. | $9.95

For the Dad Who Dislikes Packing

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Our TravelWise Packing Cube System – 5 Piece Weekender Set makes Dad’s life easier by keeping his clothes organized and wrinkle-free. These handy compartments simplify packing and make unpacking a thing of the past. The mesh inserts let Dad easily see what’s in each cube – no more frantic searching for his favorite shirt! | $24.95

For the Dad Who Has Vowed to Eat Healthy

precision elite1000_Our Precision Elite Digital Kitchen Scale is an essential tool for the Dad who has made a commitment to healthy eating. To the untrained eye, it’s impossible to tell what 2 ounces of pasta or 4 ounces of meat looks like. The Elite Kitchen Scale measures precise portions in 4 measure modes (grams, kilograms, ounces and pounds) to keep Dad on track with his eating plan. | $36.95

For the Jet-Setting Dad

indexOur Precision Voyager Digital Luggage Scale helps the jet-setting Dad avoid excess baggage fees. This easy to use scale attaches to the bag handle and beeps when the weight is registered, helping both the over-packer and the souvenir enthusiast from paying for overweight luggage. | $14.95

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