EatSmart Digital Nutrition Scale and Nutrient Calculator

EatSmart Digital Nutrition Scale and Nutrient Calculator

EatSmart Digital Nutrition Scale and Nutrient Calculator

The EatSmart Digital Nutrition Scale is perfect if you need to analyze the nutrients that are in the food and measure out the portion size. It is perfect for a diet and this scale will provide you with very easy to read measurements. There are many great features that you can benefit from and if you are on a diet or just want to know how nutritious the food you are eating is, then you can use this scale for all your needs.

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You will be able to calculate calories, carbohydrates, and many other nutrients that will help you with your diet. It is very easy to use and it can even store the nutritional values of up to about 1,000 foods. This is a very smart digital scale that can help you with all your recipes and many have used it with weight loss and special needs diets as well.

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The Key Features of the EatSmart Digital Nutrition Scale:

  • Calculates carbs, sodium, fats, 7 nutrients, and calories from 999 whole foods
  • White backlight
  • Saves up to 99 entries for your daily or weekly needs
  • Weighs up to 11 pounds accurately to the nearest gram and tenth an ounce
  • Auto power off
  • 2 year warrant and guarantee

The EatSmart Digital Nutrition Scale runs on 4 AAA batteries and they are included to get you started very fast. It is also the only nutrition scale that will calculate nutrients from any type of food that has a USDA Nutrition Facts label on it. This is one of the most comprehensive scales of it’s’ type. It was also named as one of the most effective tools for managing diabetes and counting carbs.

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Ken G of Ocoee, FL says, “I researched all the available nutrtion scales on the market and decided on the EatSmart. And what a good choice it’s been. It’s truly a great product and performs exactly as advertised, providing extensive nutritional information that’s not available from any other scale. You’ll be amazed at the discrepancies when you compare the actual weight of some foods with what’s listed on the nutrition information printed on the package. For example, the information printed for spoon-sized shredded wheat is for a one-cup serving (52 grams). If you weigh the cereal, though, 52 grams is a lot closer to being 3/4 of a cup, not a full cup. Same for potato chips, pretzels and other irregularly shaped foods. And regarding the company that makes the scale: The scale that arrived didn’t function properly. I e-mailed the company and within 20 minutes got a phone call from the vice president, who had me do some tests and quickly determined that the scale was defective. He said he’d send a replacement immediately. Sure enough, a new scale arrived as promised and it works perfectly. That’s customer service. At any rate, I can’t say enough good things about the scale. Like me, I’m sure you’ll be pleased if you buy one.” Review Paraphrased for Size (More Reviews)

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