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Perfect Portions Digital Food Scale

The Perfect Portions Digital Scale gives you the ability to monitor your nutrition easily, thanks to its familiar Nutrition Facts label, which can display key food stats like calories, fats, carbs, and sugars for close to 2,000 foods, and adjust them by weight. You can also track daily totals and program in up to 99 other commons foods you eat on a regular basis that may not be included in the database.

The Perfect Portions Digital Scale adjusts to actual portion size. It calculates weight and percent of daily value for calories, fat, carbohydrates, cholesterol, sodium, fiber and protein. -The built-in database of 1999 foods and 99 customizable food entries will also take into account food container weight, and subtract it out of the actual weight for super accurate measuring.  It also saves your data for the day or weekly tracking.

Other features include:

-Hygienic touchpad keys

-Automatic power off.

-High resolution gradation : 0.1 oz / 1 g.

-Maximum weight: 10 pounds / 5 kg.

-Manufacturer provides five year limited MFR warranty against parts and labor.

-Overall dimensions: 1” H x 6.1” W x 9.25” D.

Published on August 3, 2010

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