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As of 2/14/11, Habitwise bracelets and coins no longer appear to be for sale.
Habitwise is a product line of bracelets and coins that are designed to help you turn your healthy intention into an ingrained habit.
Developing behaviors takes time and effort and since it always seems like the good-for-you behaviors are harder to set in place than the not-so-good-for-you ones, a team of medical professionals has created Habitwise. Formerly called A-Wrist-A-Trac, these discrete accessories serve as constant reminders to stick to your health goals throughout the day.
The products include the getLoss bracelets for weight management, the getWet bracelets for proper hydration and the getTracking bracelets to encourage physical activity in kids. The getLoss and getWet products also come in a coin form for men.
Here's how each product works: At the start of the day, you put all of the beaded bracelets on one wrist (or all of the coins in one pocket). Every time you eat something on your diet or you drink a glass of water, you move one bracelet (coin) to the opposite wrist (or pocket). At the end of the day, your goal is to have all of the bracelets or coins moved to the opposite wrist (or pocket), therefore marking the successful completion of your health goals for the day.
Whether you count calories or points, Habitwise products can be used in conjunction with any eating plan or diet. They are designed to be a fun, fashionable, educational and lifestyle accessory that transforms your health goals into longstanding habits.
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- Fun and easy to use
- Product constantly reminds you to stay on top of your health goals
- Healthy habits are the cornerstone of a healthy lifestyle
- Includes products for men, women and kids
- Can be adapted to fit any diet or exercise routine
- Bracelet-wearing may not be practical or appealing
- Must wear for an extended period of time in order to successfully instill healthy habit
The getLoss weight management Habitwise bracelets or coins track food groups, calories, points and other nutritional measurements, based on the habit plan you choose to follow.
You begin the day with all of the bracelets on one wrist. Each beaded bracelet is color-coded to correspond to a food group. Green are vegetables, white is dairy, pink is fruit and so on. Every time you eat a serving of any food, you move the corresponding bracelet to the opposite wrist. Once you have moved all of the bracelets over, you have reached your diet goals for the day.
The beaded bracelets can also be used as part of a calorie-counting diet. Each one corresponds to 50 calories. So if you are only allowing yourself 1,200 calories a day, you wear 24 bracelets. Since you must keep track of your calories consumed, using a reliable calorie-counter is strongly encouraged. If you eat an apple that contains about 100 calories, you move two bracelets over to your opposite wrist. If you eat a piece of pizza for 250 calories then you move five bracelets over.
Once you have moved all 24 bracelets you have met your calorie quota for the day.
Each set of bracelets comes with outlined instructions and clearly marked charts making following the program easy and fun.EXERCISE
The getFit bracelets for kids encourage physical activity and healthy eating. Each time the child engages in a healthy behavior such as eating an apple or jumping rope with their friends, they move one bracelet over to the opposite wrist. At the end of the day, the goal is to have all of the bracelets on the opposite wrist.
Coming soon is a getFit program for adults.CONCLUSION
Habitwise is a line of products designed by medical professionals to help you build healthy habits. From weight management to drinking more water and from physical activity to counting calories, the Habitwise bracelets and coins are an effective tool for adults and kids as they learn to make smarter and healthier choices in their daily lives.
The product is easy, fun and fashionable to use and can be incorporated into any diet or exercise plan.Common Misspellings
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