The SmartByteTM Weight Management System
Clinically-Proven Safe & Effective • FDA-Cleared • Prescribed by Your Doctor
The small, removable, custom-molded SmartByte Device is comfortably placed on the roof of the mouth, only when eating.
It helps people take smaller bites & eat more slowly, which gives the body time to realize that it's feeling full so people are satisfied with less food and fewer calories.
The SmartByte Device is the only FDA-cleared wearable to help patients manage their weight.
Click video below to See How SmartByte Works
Through our Personal Coaching Program, patients will be assigned to a Care Team specially selected based on their profile, lifestyle and goals. Each Care Team includes a behavior change specialist and a certified professional such as a registered dietitian.
Patients work with their Care Team to maximize the benefits of their SmartByte System and adopt new healthy habits to help them achieve their weight & health goals.
The SmartByte Personal Coaching Program is the only behavioral modification program that leverages a medical device, app and coaches to help improve both how patients eat and what they eat.
The Self-Monitoring App connects to a sensor in the SmartByte Device and sends usage data to the SmartByte Weight Management System.
Gathering this data provides a comprehensive view of your patients' results so they can track progress towards their goals in real-time – together with their coaches.
The SmartByte Self-Monitoring App is the only digital platform that integrates eating behavior with weight loss results in real-time.
The SmartByte System is Unique
Wearable device with no prescription drugs or surgical procedures
Personal coach to help achieve & maintain weight goals
FDA-cleared based on multiple clinical trials & prescribed by doctors
Only use when eating; add lifestyle-appropriate diet & exercise
SmartByte is for weight management in overweight/obese individuals with a body mass index (BMI) of 27-35 kg/m2 and with behavioral modification instruction. SmartByte is not for people with eating disorders or who are pregnant. Individual results may vary.
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