Bite-counter device may help dieters with portion control

08/22/2011 | USA Today

Researchers used military technology that tracks body movement to develop the Bite Counter, which records the number of bites a person takes while eating. Registered dietitian Marjorie Nolan, a spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association, says the gadget could be a "good tool for someone who generally knows what is healthy and unhealthy but maybe has more of an issue with portion control."

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