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How to Improve Fitness by Using a Body Manager While You Dance

If you want to lose weight and improve your fitness, you need to get moving! Increasing your activity level is a great way to improve your whole-body health. Walking, running, and going to the gym are a good start—but many people get bored with ordinary fitness routines. Plus, it’s hard to know how much exercise you really need.

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Healbe GoBe Wins Battle of the Bands at CE Week in NYC

The team at HealbeTM is thrilled that our GoBe Automatic Body Manager won the Consumer Electronic Week “Battle of the Bands” competition in New York City last week. We loved the chance to show off The Original 100% Automatic Body ManagerTM and demonstrate how it works in such a fun way.

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May 08, 2014

HEALBE Corp

HEALBE Corp

3 Ways a Body Manager Goes Beyond Ordinary Fitness Trackers

Whether you’re looking to lose a few pounds, train for a marathon, or just improve your overall wellbeing, there are a lot of wearable fitness trackers out there that promise to help you reach your goals. But do any of them truly make it easy to understand whether you’re in sync with what your body needs to be at its best?

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March 18, 2014

HEALBE Corp

HEALBE Corp

Four Ways a Sleep Tracker Can Help You Live a Happier, Healthier Life

Using a sleep tracker can help you decrease stress, live longer, and manage your weight. Getting a good night’s sleep—7 to 9 hours for most adults—is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Even an occasional bad night’s sleep can affect your ability to concentrate; if you consistently fail to get enough sleep, you could be at higher risk for depression, weight gain, and other health problems.

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March 11, 2014

HEALBE Corp

HEALBE Corp

Do Calorie Trackers Work?

Manual calorie trackers may be a thing of the past. It’s a sobering statistic: Up to 98% of diets fail. There are many reasons people fail to lose weight or keep it off, but according to an interview with Jessica Bartfield, MD, a nutrition and weight management specialize at the Loyola Center for Metabolic Surgery and Bariatric Care, the number one reasons diets fail is underestimating calorie intake.

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