‘Tis the season for wellness devices

Published December 8, 2021, 4:37 PM

by Manila Bulletin

Here’s how these award-winning smart gadgets can help you achieve your health and fitness goals

Sticking to a healthy lifestyle can be burdensome. With the pandemic restrictions and stresses of WFH, we understand that it can feel much better to gobble junk food and lounge rather than eat healthy and do planks. Or you might be eating healthy and exercising regularly but not seeing results!

Award-winning French digital fitness tech company Noerden is known for its minimalist and easy-to-use health and wellness devices. These devices synchronize your biometrics (BMI, fat mass, etc.) via bluetooth to the Noerden app, which analyzes them to provide you with sustainable daily guidance you can easily follow. But here’s the best part: These products are now available in the Philippines. Two of these breakthrough products are the LIZ, a self-sanitizing smart bottle that reminds you to take sips of water every few hours, and and the Minimi, a smart body scale that measures nine vital biometrics to help you understand your body better.

MINIMI Mini Smart Body Scale with Bluetooth connection 

Being healthy isn’t just about shedding weight. It’s also about eating right, keeping active, and knowing more about your body and what it needs.

Being healthy isn’t just about shedding weight. It’s also about eating right, keeping active, and knowing more about your body and what it needs. Measuring nine biometrics, such as your weight, visceral fat, metabolic age, hydration, fat mass, lean body mass, bone mass, BMR, and BMI, the Minimi smart body scale helps you get a clearer picture of your body and improve your health choices. Through the Noerden app, you will see analysis and easy-to-understand explanation of your data and get customized advice on how you can achieve your health goals and your progress.

If you’re a health-nut, a mindful parent, or someone who has decided to seriously look after your health and wellness, the Minimi can help you lead and sustain a healthy lifestyle. It helps you improve your hydration habits—and give you all the benefits that come with it!

LIZ smart bottle with built-in UV sterilization, hydration reminders and a temperature range indicator for a healthier, more hydrated life

When you drink enough water, your energy increases, your mind becomes clearer, your digestion improves, and you feel less hungry. To give you these benefits, the LIZ’s cap glows every two hours to remind you to take a sip of water. No more forgetting to rehydrate on hectic days! You can also get personalized water intake recommendations, set daily hydration goals, keep track of your hydration, and set hydration reminders on the Noerden app, which also contains your data from the Minimi.

The LIZ also has all the features of an insulated thermos and can keep your drink hot for up to 12 hours and cold for up to 24 hours. By tapping its lid once, it will glow and tell you your drink’s temperature: blue for cold, yellow for warm, and red for hot.

What’s more, it helps you avoid illnesses by making sure you’re drinking clean.

Bacteria, fungi, and molds can thrive ion your go-to bottle, especially if you forget to wash it after every use. That’s why Noerden designed the LIZ to include a built-in UV light sterilization system that destroys 99.9 percent of viruses and odor-causing bacteria in under five minutes. Just tap the lid twice and the bottle will sterilize your drink or itself if it’s empty. If you’re always outdoors, a daily commuter, an active person, or just always on-the-go, this feature not only  offers a layer of security against bacteria and viruses but also has the  ability to fight plastic pollution and promote better drinking habits.

Fun fact: LIZ won the Red Dot Product Design Award 2020. If you don’t already know, this award is part of the world’s largest and most respected design competition which reviews the best products of the year around the world. With over 6,500 product entries, Liz was able to win recognition from an independent and international jury of experts. It also earned a spot in the Red Dot Museum.