Consume less calories to lose weight and more to gain weight. That’s the basic premise of calorie tracking, and why fitness bands tends to obsess over our intake and daily burn.

In a series of features over the past few months we’ve  explored the ins-and-outs of calorie tracking, taking a look at how wearable tech companies actually measure calorific burn, and even spent time tracking calories ourselves to really study the effects.

It’s clear that calories can work. Our own experiment led to weight loss success, even if it felt unsustainable. And new data from Withings – which has recently partnered with MyFitnessPal – has revealed that those who track calories and weight together were more successful at shedding pounds.

Click here to read the full feature on Wareable.

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