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Review of Bathroom Weight Scales

Advice & Information About Best Personal Weighing Scales to Measure Weight in Kilos, Pounds
How Often to Weigh Yourself
Bathroom Weight Scales

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Bathroom Weight Scales

Bathroom Weighing Scales

What are Bathroom Weight Scales?

As the name suggests, bathroom scales measure body weight. They provide an instant readout in pounds or kilos, and may be considered a useful tool for anyone who wants to lose weight. However, for those dieters whose weight or body shape makes it difficult to see the weight readout, an upright weight-scales with a digital display may be better.

How to Use Bathroom Weighing Scales to Monitor Weight Loss

  • Weigh yourself without clothes, at the same time of day. Ideally first thing in the morning on an empty bladder.
  • Position the bathroom scales on the same surface each time you check your weight measurement.

How Often to Use Bathroom Scales?

Many individuals who start a calorie-reduced diet plan weigh themselves too frequently. They tend to hop onto their bathroom scales daily or even twice-daily. But, since weight loss tends to occur slowly, such over-frequent use of weight scales can be demotivating even counterproductive. Realistic weight-loss goals offer more effective results, so it's best to weigh yourself no more than once a week.

Which Bathroom Weighing Scales are Best?

Any mid-price bathroom scales should suffice, provided the brand of scales purchased is sufficiently robust and you can see the weight-readout. Price guide: $30.00 to $80.00.

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