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Fork That keep Track of you Feeding

 Take it Easy..! If this fork could talk, that’s what it’d be saying. It can’t talk, but an indicator light does flash when you’re guzzling, helping you slow down and preventing you gaining too much weight, getting indigestion, and other health issues.It uploads data from your meal to your computer too, so you can keep an eye on your intake. Online Dashboard at HAPILABS.com, you can Assess and manage all the data from your devices,Set your workout objectives, track your progress and score points in the HAPILABS challenge and can Share your HAPImoments online with your friends.
You can AsloVisualize your health and fitness progress while Keeping records of your performance data i.e. sleep, meals, relaxation sessions and physical activities.

Of course you could just dig in with your hands, but in our experience the waiters tend to get annoyed.

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