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Government fat has finally been put to good use. In an experiment funded partly by the National Institutes of Health, overweight federal employees shed unwanted pounds and reduced cholesterol levels by using the DietMate handheld computer.

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This personal diet assistant acts as an electronic conscience, tracking your eating habits and suggesting ways to lower your fat intake and get more exercise. It even features a congratulatory fanfare when you reach your goal.

Does it work? Federal employees experienced some heavyweight results. Too bad it won't make the federal budget any slimmer.

Priced at $197.50 from Personal Improvement Computers, Inc., DietMate may be purchased online at www.DietMate.com or by telephone at (800) 343-8628 or (703) 758-1400.


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