EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale Review

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EatSmart makes it easier for you to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Ever since 2005, EatSmart has been designing and manufacturing health care products to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle. EatSmart carries bathroom scales, kitchen scales, and luggage scales. I had the opportunity to work with EatSmart and I received the EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale. I have been trying to eat healthier and measure out my food but it is so hard to try to measure out a piece of meat with the palm of your hands or “a scoop” of veggies. I get to the point I get so frustrated with it all and it makes me not want to eat healthy because it’s just too much aggravation. There are so many diet plans out on the market right now, but the key to it all is to figure out the proper way to eat, and the correct portions to go along with it.


The  EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale is small and fits perfectly on the counter. It is 8″ x 6″ x 1.5″ and weighs only 13 ounces. For this scale to be so tiny, it’s max weight is 11 pounds and can measure in grams, ounces, kilograms, and pounds. I haven’t ever seen this before, but it has a Tare feature. This feature allows you to subtract the weight from a plate, bowl, etc. This scale is pretty accurate too, within .05 oz/1 gram. It also features a 3 minute auto-turnoff. Which if you are like me it is pretty awesome to have because I’ll get to cookin and wont remember that I had it on. EatSmart  also includes batteries in all of their products which require batteries so its ready to go out of the box.

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The evening I tried this out I was making hamburger steak (I know not that healthy) with a pasta salad. I used the scale to measure out how much my patty weighed (it weighed in a .5 lbs which makes the perfect 1/4 pound hamburger steak). I also used it to measure my pasta. EatSmart  includes a Calorie Factors Book which makes it easy to tell how much you are eating and the calories. My pasta weighed .078 lbs (which is 35.38 grams). I can now multiply the weight using the Calorie-Factor from the book and find out how many calories that exact portion will give me. That is just really neat. The portion of pasta I made is 131 calories. The book has everything listed you can think of. From fruits, vegetables, meat and poultry, fish and seafood, dairy, grains, nuts, sweets and snacks, meals and even beverages.


I have loved the EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale. I have noticed my eating habits have changed and I am able to keep up with my calorie intake a lot better than I was before. If you would like to purchase your own scale, they are on sale for $25!!  Head on over here to purchase or to see all of the products available from Eatsmart.

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