Monday, January 19, 2015

Video: Testing the science behind Kenzen's Echo H2 Sensor

A few days ago I came across this Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for a new wearable device called the Echo H2 Sensor which claims it can detect your glucose levels, hydration status, and lactate levels in real-time during exercise by analyzing your sweat.  I set out to do some research on whether there's any science behind their claims.

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