Body Mass Index (BMI)
More and more research studies confirm the importance of keeping BMI and waist measurements under control in order to reduce the risk of cancer, other serious diseases, and premature death.
But sticking to a healthy diet - especially when we try to lose weight - can be difficult for many reasons.
Tracking calories and fat levels can be puzzling, and nutrition labels on the foods we buy are not always helpful.
The inbody Uses bioelectrical
Impedance analysis to measure accurately the body composition.
It is considered 98% accurate and measures water content , fat, muscle mass and how it is dispersed in the body
This is best taken on an empty stomach and should be well hydrated anyone with pace makers ,metal rods , or pregnant should not use the InBody.