A: Yes, there are: Select a consistent time of day, and stick to it. With an empty bladder When normally hydrated Unclean foot pads may interfere with conductivity. Nylons interfere with conductivity. If it is absolutely necessary to measure in nylons, use a drop of... A: Yes. Both extremes–too much or too little body fat–put an individual at risk for serious medical and/or psychological conditions. Having a very low body fat percentage, particularly for women, can result in musculoskeletal problems and osteoporosis. And it can... A: Obesity is directly linked with Diabetes Type II and hypertension, and is a contributing risk factor for many other conditions including heart disease, sleep disorders, arthritis, gall bladder disease, stroke, and several forms of cancer. Awareness and monitoring... A: Measuring weight alone is not a completely accurate assessment of health or fitness because it doesn’t distinguish pounds that come from fat and pounds that come from lean muscle mass. Everyone needs some body fat, but too much fat results in obesity–one of the... A: All bioelectric impedance analysis (BIA) scales sold by Tanita have been cleared by FDA for sale in the US. BIA scales are medical devices that are regulated by the United States Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, Section 510(k). This includes review and clearing an... A: A diet is something you do for a period of time. A lifestyle is something you learn so that you make better choices for the rest of your life. A: At Healthy Lifestyle Secrets, we don’t do any counting! (except the inches and fat percent you will lose!) A: You do have to get up off the couch! A little movement never hurt anyone. However, remember the standard weight loss saying “Eating less and exercising more will equal weight loss” is a myth. You should eat correctly, exercise moderately and this will equal weight... A: You have starved yourself and slowed down your metabolism by sending your body into fat storage mode. We can help you understand how this happened and how to correct it. A: Omentum is the name of an organ that is attached to the bottom of your stomach behind the muscle. It collects fat cells like a fish net and is one of the primary reasons for protruding bellies.