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Managing Diabetes

Every step counts - the ACCUSPLIT Eagle 2720-xBX Pedometer

Walking can help improve your diabetes, control your weight, your cholesterol and your blood pressure -- and make you feel better. Count your daily number of steps by wearing a pedometer. Put it on in the morning and see how many steps you take in an average day -- then try to increase that number each week. Your glucose control will improve and you’ll feel better, too. The ACCUSPLIT Eagle 2720-xBX Pedometer has an easy-to-read, accurate, digital display and counts steps walked or jogged up to 100,000 steps.

The ACCUSPLIT Eagle 2720-xBX Pedometer is a great tool to increase your physical activity -- just put it on and go about your normal activities; at the end of the day see how many steps you've walked. The next day try to increase the number of steps. Keep increasing the number each day. Walk your way to a healthier life! The ACCUSPLIT Pedometer has an easy-to-read digital display, a case that closes and a reset button.

Item #: JDC 270

Price: $16.00

Page last updated: April 24, 2014