The Hapifork lets you have your cake, and count it

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The Hapifork lets you have your cake, and count it
The Hapifork lets you have your cake, and count it
The Hapifork was unveiled this week in Las Vegas at the CES (Consumer Electronic Show). This Bluetooth-enabled fork uses a combination of sensors to measure just how much a person is eating and how quickly. The product then will translate those metrics to either an iOS or web app. The fork doesn't actually measure what is being eaten (so it won't measure caloric content or fat content), but it will measure each "fork serving" taken, and it can even be set up to sound an alarm if someone is eating too much or too quickly.
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