We all want to know how we’re progressing when it comes to fitness. How many pounds we’ve lost, the distance we’ve gone, reps we’ve done, and the list goes on and on. While smart watches have helped us keep better track of those numbers, it’s not telling us exact information on how our bodies are doing. If you wish you knew what you were deficient in, there is a way to do it, but it comes at a price.
The Cue Health Tracker is a great way to check in on your body at the molecular level. It can tell you if you have the flu, as well as what your fertility, testosterone, inflammation, and vitamin D levels are. The corresponding app will show you how you’re doing, and if you’re running low in any of these when you shouldn’t be, it will show you how to auto-correct by eating specific foods, doing workout routines, and more.
It is a bit pricey at $199, but that’s not necessarily going to hurt your wallet. To check these levels, you will need to take a sample. That can be a swipe in your nostril or the inside of your cheek, but several of them require a blood sample. If you have no problem with being pricked by a tiny needle once a day or more, then this would be a great way to keep track of your overall health. Even if you are needle-phobic, being able to test these things at home are far better than going in for a doctor visit or buying specific kits to test this sort of thing.
Available for purchase on cue.me