Eat Smart’s Nutrition and Digital Food Scale

This is not a paid review, just an in-depth look at a product Israel and I are interested in buying. He was able to email the Vice President and secure FMU readers an 11% discount off the $75 Nutrition Scale price. Simply enter the code “UNLEASHED” when you check out.

Eat Smart Food Scale

The EatSmart Nutrition Scale is a revolutionary nutrient calculator that instantly informs you of the exact values of 12 different important nutrients. It uses data stored into the digital food scale to find the value of those nutrients and has hundreds of different foods programmed into it. The scale is not only used to weigh nutrients, but to inform you of healthy food and eating decisions to allow you to become a better dieter.

For people with medical conditions like diabetes and high cholesterol, the Eat Smart Scale can be a great tool in keeping your disease under control. It calculates the exact values of the following nutrients:


  • Calories
  • Carbohydrates
  • Fiber
  • Total Fats
  • Saturated Fats
  • Cholesterol
  • Sodium
  • Potassium
  • Magnesium
  • Calcium
  • Protein
  • Vitamin K

The scale keeps you informed on what you eat throughout the day and the amount of nutrients you are consuming. It doesn’t cut down the “serving size” educated guess, it lets you know straight up. It is safe to use under most doctor recommended diets and if you are truly committed can help you reach your goal of keeping a healthy weight and diet under control.

The Eat Smart Product’s site is a great resource of information not only for inquiring information on their nutrient scale. It contains a links section that has resources to dietary information, healthy eating guides, and food pyramids.

Overall, Israel and I absolutely love this product and hope you all do to. If you plan to purchase the product, don’t forget to type in the “UNLEASHED” code for 11% off the purchase price. If you already own an Eat Smart Scale, please share your experience with it by commenting below. Israel will be doing a follow-up article on this nutritional and digital food scale after he purchases his own model.

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  1. steveNo Gravatar says:

    I bought an Eatsmart Scale in Sept and love it. Don’t even think of buying one unless you are serious about loosing some weight. If you don’t weight food and document your eating patterns you will never understand your habits. What an eye-open this has been to help me get understand what a 500 calorie meal looks like. I am down 20 lbs with the help of a small calorie book and the scale.

  2. Dr. KalNo Gravatar says:

    Great idea Israel. I have a non-digital scale, but I think it is time I upgrade for more accuracy. Congrats on the weight loss Steve.

  3. IloNo Gravatar says:

    You have good advises. I love to read your blog out. Thanks for showing how hard it is, but if you want it, you can get it.

  4. RobNo Gravatar says:

    hey man. I am new here…I have to say that I admire what you do. I know it takes effort and determination. I once was over 330 pounds. I weigh in at 220. No pills, no docs, no mambo jambo. Eat right exercise and any one who is determined enough and has the will power can do it. Regarding the scale…I like it but I think it might be a bit pricey. It looks cool though…thanks for sharing. keep up the good work

  5. bafurNo Gravatar says:

    Thanks for sharing that Steve.

  6. VideoMDNo Gravatar says:

    Hey, Its quite interesting, this will definitely help people who want to lose weight, it will also help you cut those extra calories that you eat.

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