It’s all the rage to track your steps, the calories you burn, and your sleep patterns. How much sleep are you getting? How many calories did you burn when you walked 10,000 steps? The quest to have the information at our finger tips is reflective of the digital age we live in. But wearing a tracker around your wrist doesn’t necessarily mean you have reached the pinnacle of health.
“Everything is going digital and everyone is wearing a tracker, but some our patients say they are wearing it because everyone else does and they don’t know why or how to use them. We’ve come up with a program to engage and educate people with what it does, linking it back to a nutritionist and a health coach.” said Benton