A suggestion to improve the descrption of “visceral fat” in the Wyze Scale.
Currently In the Wyze Scale FAQ, this item appears:
What can my Wyze Scale measure?
Visceral fat is a type of body fat that’s stored within the core abdominal cavity. It’s the fat that surrounds and protects your vital organs.
I’m not a doctor, but it seems that the description should include commentary to indicate that more is not better. Without some comment that too much visceral fat can be detrimental/harmful to one’s health, someone unsuspecting could think that having more visceral fat is good because it “protects your vital organs”.