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Interventions that include Fitbit devices reach better outcomes, including increased steps, moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, and weight loss1. These behaviors can impact multiple chronic conditions, such as type II diabetes, hypertension, and hypercholesterolemia.
73% of Fitbit users with a weight loss goal on Fitbit lose weight within the first six months of tracking2
Clinical trial involving users of the Health2Sync app, the leading diabetes app in Japan and Taiwan, demonstrated that adding Fitbit to a diabetes intervention can result in additional improvements in fasting blood sugar, hemoglobin A1c, and LDL cholesterol in only 3 months3.
Average HbA1c decrease of 0.33%
Average 10.92 mg/dL decrease in fasting blood glucose
Average 11.55 mg/dL decrease in low-density lipoportein cholesterol (LDL-C)
Individuals who enroll in a Diabetes Prevention Program and redeem a Fitbit device are 1.4 times more likely to achieve 5% weight loss and lose a larger percentage of their starting weight4.
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1 Researchers examined 12 years of data from dozens of peer-reviewed, randomized controlled trials and found that the arms of these studies that included Fitbit devices outperformed the arms that did not include Fitbits in daily step count, moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, and weight loss.
2Based on aggregated and anonymous Fitbit user data between Jan 1, 2014 – Oct 15 2018. % of Fitbit users who weigh themselves at least once a week who lost weight in the first six months of weight tracking by having a weight loss goal.
4 Solera Health studied 1,700 people who enrolled in their platform’s Diabetes Prevention Programs in 2017 and found that those who redeemed a Fitbit device lost a larger percentage of their starting weight and were 1.4 times more likely to achieve 5% weight loss.