SKULPT AIM is The Ultimate Fitness Tracker

Skulpt Aim makes all those other gadgets look like toys rather than tools.

Skulpt Aim measures the fat percentage of individual body areas, as well as the muscle quality (MQ) – a metric of the muscle’s strength and definition. Using proven technology and proprietary sensors, aim collects thousands of data points per second to accurately evaluate and quantify the quality of separate muscle groups. Metrics are displayed instantly on the screen, and synced via Bluetooth to a personal online dashboard or mobile app. Users can track their progress over time, see the body’s changes, and optimize their workouts accordingly.
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Why Sitting Will Kill You, Even If You Exercise Like A Beast

One of your favorite activities may actually be killing you.

Studies have found that sitting around is bad for our health. When you sit for even as few as six hours a day, it raises blood pressure and your chance of being overweight, getting diabetes, having depression. Our entire modern world is constructed to keep you sitting down. When we drive, we sit. When we work at an office, we sit. When we watch TV, well, you get the picture.
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15 Amazing Health Benefits of the Golden Milk

Golden Milk is a wonderful turmeric beverage to have in the evening and the benefits are extraordinary. The main ingredient in this recipe is turmeric. Turmeric contains curcumin, the polyphenol identified as its primary active component and which exhibits over 150 potentially therapeutic activities, which include antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties. Continue reading

Benefits of Stevia – What You Should Know

Stevia is a healthy alternative to sugar! Stevia is useful for people with prediabetes or diabetes.

Stevia contains no calories, does not increase blood sugar and does not damage your teeth. For starters, a lot of reasons to remove sugar from your diet and replace it with healthier alternatives.

When you crave something sweet, you likely reach for sugar-filled foods. But sugar, and other natural sweeteners such as honey and molasses, can elevate blood sugar levels. Stevia, which comes from Continue reading