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A technology most people have never used could be the answer to healthy eating and peak performance, and Fitbit and Apple are investing

Eating well and maintaining a healthy body weight can be challenging for many people, in part because nutrition advice changes so often. Fitbit, Apple, and Google are investing in continuous glucose monitors that let people track their blood sugar and see how food affects their body. Usually used only by diabetics, the devices could provide key insight to other people who want to eat better, lose weight, and even improve athletic performance.
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