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Bathroom scales have come a long way in the last few years. With a rise in fitness and health awareness across the nation, more people are more interested in tracking their weight and body statistics for fitness goals. There are many styles of bathroom scales on the market, suited for all different needs. Salter’s our range has everything from a classic mechanical scale to a high-tech analyser scales.
Scales are sometimes underestimated in the kitchen; they are vital appliances to those who cook regularly and its worth doing your research into which style provides the best functions for your needs.
BBQ season is great fun; uniting friends and family outside with a delicious array of food cooked before their eyes. Using a barbecue correctly isn’t a difficult task to master however if it’s your first summer trying out a spot of al fresco grilling, Salter have a variety of kitchen gadgets to help make the process a lot easier
Salter has a range of Bathroom Scales that not only measure your weight but also help you understand your body composition thereby giving a more accurate measure of your overall health and fitness. We interviewed our in-house expert to answer a few of your queries. Read on!
Body Analyser Scales use BIA (Bio Impedance Analysis) technology which passes a tiny electrical impulse through the body to determine fat from lean tissue, the electrical impulse cannot be felt and is perfectly safe. Contact with the body is made via stainless steel pads on the platform of the scale. This method simultaneously calculates your personal weight, body fat, total body water, BMI and muscle mass, giving you a more accurate reading of your overall health and fitness.
Exercising regularly and feeling stronger and healthier is one of the wonderful things our body can do. Wouldn’t it be amazing if we could track what was actually going on inside our bodies?
We are often asked why anyone should use kitchen scales instead of measuring cups and spoons. Here are some of the most compelling reasons why use of kitchen scales is preferable to the use of cups and spoons.
Why should you use a kitchen thermometer? Food thermometers may spring to mind, but there are also other kitchen thermometers that can help you cook that food to perfection time and time again. Whilst your oven has a temperature dial, it’s rarely an accurate measurement of the oven temperature. This means that you don’t know the temperature your food is cooking at or the temperature of the food itself.
Remembering to check what you're cooking can be tricky when you need to watch the clock. Take it easy this year and get that helpful reminder that will save your roasts and protect your potatoes! Presenting a variety of different features and uses, these timers all make sure you know when your food is cooked and we’re sure you’ll find one that suits you.
Did you know more than one in four adults have high blood pressure (hypertension)? If ignored, this increases the risk of more serious health problems, including a heart attack and stroke. Unfortunately, the symptoms are rarely noticeable. But luckily, there is a lot you can do yourself to reduce high blood pressure, starting with keeping an eye on your numbers.
We use our phone or smart devices to track our daily exercise, step count and calories, but how many of us will regularly check our blood pressure? Whilst there are rarely noticeable symptoms of high blood pressure, one way to check for it is with an at-home blood pressure monitor. If you have recently been told you have high blood pressure, or don't know much about how blood pressure works, keep reading.
We’ve all been in a situation where we eat something and think – is that cooked properly? Thankfully, there are a variety of different tools available that can maintain your peace of mind when it comes to food, and a cooking thermometer is one of them.