Introducing … the Japanese Fitness Phone (for bad breath too!)

Martha Edwards writes about the first “bad breath phone” in AOL body. They really do think of everything these days.

Posted: Oct 4th 2007 6:33PM by Martha Edwards

The Japanese always seem to be at the forefront of technology, so it’s no surprise that they’ve devised some ways to incorporate fitness into gadgets we use every day. Take the Japanese Fitness Phone, for example — it’s a phone that can measure your heart rate, act as a pedometer by counting your steps, and dish out fitness and nutrition advice.Guess what else it can do? I can tell you if you have bad breath. Just breath into it and it will tell you whether you’re a-ok for that business meeting or whether you need gum or a mint pronto.

The fitness phone is aimed at the middle-aged working men of Japan — and it’s sure to be a hit since men in Japan have been getting larger over the last few years.

What do you think of weight loss and technology — A good combination or no?

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4 Responses to “Introducing … the Japanese Fitness Phone (for bad breath too!)”

  1. Nicole Ellis Says:

    i always use my pedometer whenever i go out for jogging.—

  2. Toby Simpson Says:

    my pedometer is made by general electric and this is a long lasting pedometer”-:

  3. Anti Aging Products : Says:

    digital pedometers are very accurate compared to those old designs which are mechanical based or something.”~

  4. Canister Set Says:

    well, i bought some digital pedometer on the local walmart and it is great for monitoring your performance when walking ‘`*

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