Here’s a short video of Maneesh Sethi, the inventor of Pavlok, talking about and showing his plans of how he intends to use Pavlok for not eating junk food.
Should the Pavlok wearable indeed be able to help to avoid eating junk food, this would be surely a major breakthrough for the usefulness of the device. Of course, as long as it requires the user to get actively involved (by shocking him/herself), there will always be some doubts wether this will work or not.
Another announcement along those lines could be found on Maneesh Sethi’s facebook page:
David, the person Maneesh is chatting with here, is the same person that could be seen in a recent Pavlok sucess story video.
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