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Samsung Galaxy Watch’s BioActive Sensor data helps to reduce obesity: AJCN

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4

In 2021, Samsung launched the Galaxy Watch4 series with an innovative proprietary BioActive Sensor module consisting of an Electrical and Optical Heart Rate sensor and a Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) sensor to improve our health and take measures to reduce obesity.

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The advanced BIA sensor built into the Galaxy Watch 4 and 5 series measures a person’s bone mass, body water, body fat mass, and body mass index (BMI). While this feature provides very insightful details about physical health.

Galaxy Watch 5Now, Samsung, in partnership with the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (AJCN), has finally published conclusive data showing that users can rely on data generated by the BIA sensor on the Galaxy Watch4 and Watch5 to track obesity.

With data from the Galaxy Watch’s BIA module, users can monitor their body composition and improve their health by changing their diet and exercise behavior.

To track what they eat, Galaxy Watch owners can use Samsung’s Galaxy Health app. Here, it offers a food intake feature where users can log food for breakfast, morning snacks, lunch, afternoon snacks, evening snacks, and dinner.

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