Simple and intuitive user interface plus Tutorial and Demo drive the user to understand how to take the correct picture and get the best results. The Test Background feature check the adequacy of the background avoiding useless shots.
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Fat Byte allow the user to know several Body Composition values. Fat Mass and Fat-Free mass are used worldwide to set up personalized dietary and training programs. Total Body Water helps with reaching a correct hydration status. Basal Metabolic Ratio and Total Energy Expenditure helps to setup the correct daily calories intake and consumption and Anthropometric measures refers to important cardiovascular disease risks. All this features in ONE single App !
Simple and intuitive, clinically validated, reference values help the user to understand the body composition status.
Basal metabolic rate (BMR) is the minimal rate of energy expenditure per unit time by endothermic animals at rest. The physical activity level (PAL) is a way to express a person's daily physical activity as a number, and is used to estimate a person's total energy expenditure. (Wikipedia)
Total Energy expenditure is the key to setup the proper dietary program and calories intake.
A person's waist-to-height ratio (WHtR), also called waist-to-stature ratio (WSR), is defined as their waist circumference divided by their height, both measured in the same units. The WHtR is a measure of the distribution of body fat. Higher values of WHtR indicate higher risk of obesity-related cardiovascular diseases; it is correlated with abdominal obesity. (Wikipedia)
Do you think that is magic ? How we can understand the Body Composition by a single picture ? Well take a look, you can easily say witch figure has more fat and witch one has more muscle, simply by your experience. We use our body composition experience adding Fat and Muscle density. Muscle density is 1.06 g/ml and fat density is (about) 0.9 g/ml. Thus, one liter of muscle would weight 1.06 kg and one liter of fat would weight 0.9 kg. In other words, muscle is about 18% denses than fat and occupy less "surface".
All you got to do is choosing a picture from your gallery or take one with your smartphone's camera. Try it now.