Fitness technology may be causing weight gain

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Devices like the Fitbit are designed to help people lose weight. But some people are finding the opposite -- they are gaining weight after using this technology.

FOX31 Denver's Julie Hayden talks to nutritionist Laura Woodward.

"When you look at the human body, it's not really a mathematical equation," Woodward says. "You can't just factor in the numbers and fix everything you're wanting to fix."

Watch the full report above.



  • Nick

    Oh geeze… here we go again. No they aren’t gaining weight because of fitness devices, they are gaining weight because they are EATING TOO MUCH FOOD.

    • Nick

      What happened to personal responsibility? “Yes I know I am obese doctor but I swear I was a normal weight until this fitbit I bought made me gain 30 pounds!”

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