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HAPIfork Bluetooth Eating Utensil Now Shipping

Bluetooth fork may help you lose weight

Oct 3 2013, 12:30pm CDT | by

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HAPIfork Bluetooth Eating Utensil Now Shipping

A company called HapiLabs unveiled a Bluetooth equipped fork for eating via Kickstarter several months ago called the HAPIfork. The idea behind the device is to use Bluetooth to send information about how to eat to an app running on your smartphone or computer. The goal of the device is to help people eat more slowly and lose weight.

Some health experts say that eating slower will help you better realize when you're full and keep you from overeating. Being sure to chew your food thoroughly can also help digestion. The company has announced that the HAPIfork is now shipping to Kickstarter backers and can be pre-ordered via retail outlet Brookstone.

HAPIforks will be shipping from Brookstone starting on October 18. The website will offer the fork white, black, blue, pink, and green colors. The fork retails for $99.

 

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