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The world's only mobile metabolism tracker

Measure your metabolism using the world's only mobile metabolism tracker. For the first time, accurate metabolic information is at your fingertips. Breezing tracks your metabolism over time and helps you create a diet and exercise plan that's right for you.

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Resting Metabolism

This is your resting metabolic rate – the speed of your metabolism.

A higher number means your metabolism is faster, burning more calories each day.

A lower number means your metabolism is slower, burning fewer calories.

Your metabolism is 100% unique to you.

To lose, gain, or maintain weight, measuring your resting g metabolism is the first step.

Weight, Activity, Diet

Weight can fluctuate at different times of your life, and day-by-day, the numbers on the scale can be discouraging.

Instead, track your weight, activity and diet over time.

Seeing your long-term progress helps you reach your goals.

It’s the journey that matters.

Energy Source

This comes from your Respiratory Quotient (RQ), which tells you whether your body is burning carbohydrates, fats, or a mix of both.

Your energy source gives a better picture about the food you’re metabolizing.

This shows you how it affects your overall weight, mood, and health.

After all, you are what you eat.

Metabolic History

Metabolism changes. When you exercise to build muscle, your resting metabolism can rise.

When you lose muscle from dieting or as you age, your resting metabolism can drop.

What’s important is that you know.

Make sure your metabolism is on track with your weight, activity, and dieting goals.

Knowledge is power.

Reviews and Press:

“The first metabolism tracker designed specifically for consumer use”

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“Put another check in the box for digital health.”

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“Crucial if you want to watch your weight.”

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“The logical next step in the ever-growing self-tracking movement”

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Tips on improving and maintaining your Metabolism

Your metabolism is a set of chemical processes powering your body to maintain life. Metabolism determines how your body uses energy. When we refer to a “fast” or “slow” metabolism, we’re actually referring to metabolic rate – the speed of your metabolism. Here are a few proven methods to help increase and maintain your metabolic rate.

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Go Natural, eat Real food

Fill your diet with food closest to it’s natural form, rich in nutrients and dietary fiber, which work as metabolic stimulants. Without preservatives and unnecessary junk in your food your body will burn clean which can result in a faster metabolic rate.

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Move around more

Most of us try to spend 45 minutes to an hour in the gym, then spend the rest of the day sitting at work, in the car, and on the couch. Not that this negates your workout, but you could be doing your body a big favor by getting up more frequently. Try taking at least 10 000 steps a day and look for alternative ways to move around more. If possible cycle to work, take the stairs instead of the elevator, walk to the shops instead of driving etc.

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Re-evaluating as your body changes

As you achieve your goals in fitness and a healthier lifestyle, your body composition changes. You might need less calories due to weight loss or more calories due to an increase in activity and muscle mass. If your body feels like it's chronically underfed, it will naturally try to reduce metabolism speed, and you'll just end up sabotaging your efforts.

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Strenght Training

Strength training typically has the greatest effect on your long-term metabolic rate. Strength training tears down muscle tissue, which “costs” calories as your body recovers and rebuilds in the following hours. Better still, weight training stimulates your body to build lean muscle tissue (provided that you consume the correct amount of calories), boosts your metabolism during recovery and increases fat burning.

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Learn to Love (or at least like) exercise

“Exercise should be a celebration of what your body can do, not a punishment for what you ate” Studies have shown that a healthy body, and metabolism, go hand in hand with exercise. Getting trimmer can be part of your goals but the real benefit to exercise and living a healthy life is feeling better from the inside. Exercise not only reduces your chance of getting Metabolic syndrome and Type2 Diabetes, it reduces your risk of Cardiovascular Disease, helps Strengthen your Bones and Muscles, and improves quality of life.

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Don't go too low

If you cut to many calories your body’s natural survival instinct kicks in – it doesn’t want you to waste away. Diets lower in carbs or total calories may be helpful in losing body fat, but they come at a metabolic cost. Due to a restriction in calories your body decreases production of certain hormones, causing you to burn fewer calories and actually puts a halt on fat-burning. The problem is when you eventually return to normal eating. Your metabolism will still be suppressed, making rebound weight gain an even greater concern. Lower your carbs and calories gradually over time, make time for cheat meals once a week, and consume the right kind of nutrients by cutting out junk foods and prioritizing clean ones.

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HIIT it

Regular cardio raises your metabolism while you're doing it, but once you’re finished, your metabolism returns to its regular rate. On the other hand, High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) raises your metabolism for up to 36 hours afterward. A HIIT workout which combines repeated near all-out efforts with periods of recovery burns a similar number of calories to slow, distance cardio sessions that last twice as long. Without getting too technical, HIIT spikes your metabolism after you’ve finished exercising (while you're at rest) because your body needs extra “help” to recover.

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Seek professional advice

Research and knowledge about all the mechanisms that impact appetite and how your body processes and burns food is increasing. Your doctor or registered dietician can help you explore interventions that can help you on your journey to a healthy metabolism and body. We advise that you share your Breezing measurements with your healthcare provider.