BODY FAT SCANNER 

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Weight Management
 
Measures weight and more!
For ideal weight management, know you body composition- body fat percentage, visceral fat level, subcutaneous fat and skeletal muscle percentage



HBF-362
KARADA SCAN


Body Composition Monitors - Model HBF-362

Features

Full Body Sensing Technology for a more accurate and precise body composition analysis

Easy-to-read display
Memory for 4 sets of personal data
Past results data memory of 1, 7, 30 & 90 days ago
 

 

Check your body composition:


  • Visceral fat level analysis


  • Measures your body fat percentage, body weight (in 100g increment)


  • Body fat percentage assessment


  • Displays skeletal muscle % and subcutaneous fat %


  • Calculates your Body Mass Index (BMI)


  • Indicates your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)


  • Comparison Guide for Subcutaneous Fat and Skeletal Muscle % of Whole Body, Trunk, Legs and Arms


  • Body Age display

    Comparison Guide for Subcutaneous fat and Skeletal muscle levels

    The Comparison Guide function can display the subcutaneous fat and skeletal muscle levels for different areas of the body (Whole Body, Trunk, Legs and Arms) and indicates how they compare with the average data for the same physique, age, and gender. This allows you to check your body composition and that you are achieving the desired proportions.

    Skeletal Muscle Percentage
    (average value for all ages)

    What is Body Age

    Body Age Indication is based on one's resting metabolism and is used as a guide to one's metabolic age.

    To know one's Body Age is useful to improve one's wellbeing.
     


    TYPES OF BODY FAT

    Visceral fat, also called intra-abdominal fat, refers to the fat that surrounds the internal organs.

    Subcutaneous fat, on the other hand, is body fat that is close to the skin's surface and is considered less dangerous, and easier to lose, than visceral fat.
    Studies have shown that those with visceral fat are more susceptible to heart disease, stroke, diabetes, hypertension and cancer. Sedentary people, smokers and drinkers have been shown to have more intra-abdominal fat, or visceral fat, than active people who are non-smokers and non-drinkers. Stress may also be a factor in the storage of visceral fat on the body.

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