Fitness Trackers Don’t Count Calories Well, Study Finds – NBCNews.com



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Fitness Trackers Don't Count Calories Well, Study Finds
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In the first experiment, measurements from the fitness trackers deviated from the lab results in a typical day by underestimating energy expenditure by as much as 278 calories or overestimating by up to 204 calories. With the second experiment, the
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