Do you have trouble monitoring the amount of food you consume? You are not alone. Scientists at Purser-Raymond Medical University have discovered that 86 percent of the population eat until they "feel full." 
But now there is help. Using state-of-the-art technology developed by NASA, Fat Chance Diets has developed the Belliometer to help you monitor the amount of food you eat.

The Belliometer employs advanced global positioning satellite (GPS) technology to sense the exact location of receiving units worn on each hip. The distance between the units (sampled 32 times a second and measured within a hundredth of a millimeter) determines how much your waist size is changing.

When a pre-programmed limit of expansion is reached, the wearer hears an alarm that warns him to curtail his eating. Then, when a contraction set point has been achieved, the wearer hears a quiet tone indicating that it is okay to resume eating. Here's all you need to do to get the full benefit of the Belliometer:

1. Attach the Belliometer around your waist. It easily fits under most garments.

2. Walk for one minute while drinking 16 ounces of water. The Belliometer calibrates the normal expansions and contractions of your waist due to drinking, breathing, movement and clothing compression.

3. Resume your normal activities.

Following these three simple steps, most users find that they are able to reduce their waist size by over 20 percent after only one week.

The Belliometer comes with rechargeable lithium batteries and in a variety of styles and colors. (Shown here is the travel model in red with yellow accented hip units.) It is available in sizes XL, XXL, XXXL, XXXXL and XXXXXL. An optional industrial ratchet fastening system can also be attached to all Belliometers.

For more information about purchasing your personal Belliometer, contact us.

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