Apple Watch will soon be able to watch what you eat

To lead a healthy life, you need serious motivation, a role which for many takes the disease either trained willpower. But if not forget to perform certain exercises can help the Apple Watch, to eat right, not messes with the calorie content of the product and PFC, is more complicated. However, soon the smart watch Apple will learn to control what you eat by providing you with detailed information about food products and not only.

According to CNBC, health startup Livongo started to work on an app for the Apple Watch, which will simultaneously fulfill the role of a personal fitness instructor, nutritionist, and therapist. Thanks to versatility it can more effectively monitor training, current activity, and will also remind you that it is time to take medication, or to leave work and rest. Therefore, the application Livongo will help avoid fatigue during the working day.

Control of food for the Apple Watch

But the most important is the tracking function that the user eats. The development of Livongo will control meals, helping you not to overeat and do not starve, will take into account the calorie content and other characteristics of the product, indicating that it should be abandoned in favor of something else. This feature will be very useful for diabetics and people with stomach diseases for which diet is an important step towards maintaining the health of the body.

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Looking at how the rapidly evolving Apple Watch, it seems that in foreseeable future they can become even more functional device than the iPhone. Despite the fact that the screen smart hours is impossible to play a game or watch a video, the rest of them the possibilities are almost endless. It remains only to add support for cellular calls, improve voice dictation of messages, and at the same time to slightly increase the number of tracking functions for health.

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