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RESTON, VA - In a six-month study funded by the National Institutes of Health, some federal employees used hand-held computers in an attempt to control their cholesterol and weight. The study is one of a series in which the DietMate, a palm-sized computer, guides dieters in the making of appropriate food choices along with providing a means of tracking progress.

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1998, PICS, Inc.
A PICS product, DietMate comes from the same company responsible for developing the LifeSign Stop Smoking product. With its credit card-sized computer, LifeSign received much attention upon its arrival in the marketplace.

With DietMate, federal employee Jim Frater lost 31 pounds in 12 weeks. By taking the computer everywhere, Frater found the hand held helpful with its constant reminders. "It tells me every morning to weigh myself," says Frater, "And, after I've eaten, I key in what I ate, letting it subtract the amount of fat, calories and cholesterol from my daily allotment. If I overdid it, the computer will suggest smaller meals for the rest of the day."

And, DietMate isn't above reprimands. Frater comments, "If I go over, the next morning I'll get a message which reads, 'Watch your calorie intake more carefully today, Jim!'" When Frater reached his weight goal, the computer played fanfare. Since the study ended, Frater has continued to use DietMate and has maintained his target weight.


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