Case Studies

Why Calorie Calculators DON’T Work

Not knowing your true resting metabolic rate can sabotage your weight loss efforts. Our newest video shows why calorie burn estimates from activity trackers, BMI, and other calculators don’t work.

Why Calorie Calculators Don't Work

Youtube: https://youtu.be/6QFq5HSiI-Y

Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/223909260

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MyFitnessPal, Striiv Play, and Breezing Metabolism Tracking

Breezing’s study has just been published by the Global Journal of Obesity, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome. Our study, “Study of the Effect of Mobile Indirect Calorimeter on Weight Management” takes a closer look at calorie-counting, step-counting, and REE-counting.

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Breezing Metabolism Tracker and Pregnancy: Published in Global Journal

Breezing has been featured in a new study published by the Global Journal of Obesity, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome.

In this study, researchers took a closer look at the question: how does metabolism tracking affect weight change during and after pregnancy?

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Metabolism during Pregnancy: What Happens?

Metabolism changes greatly during pregnancy, and the way it changes can be different for each woman. Despite an increased need for calories, excessive gestational weight gain still affects many women, contributing to adverse maternal and child health outcomes. Extensive research has shown that real-time tracking of health parameters may improve prenatal health.

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To better understand how pregnancy and metabolism are related, the Breezing Metabolism Team is working with The Human Placenta Project, a collaborative research effort launched by the NICHD to study the role of the placenta in health and disease.

Breezing Poster 2016

(The.pdf version of this presentation is available for download here.)

Looking at three pregnancy cases, the results showed that REE during pregnancy can increase, stay the same, or even decrease. In the first case, REE increased during the second trimester and remained relatively stable through delivery. In the second case, REE stayed the same throughout pregnancy. In the third case, REE decreased with nausea and remained low later in pregnancy.

These results show that REE is unique for each woman, and it is a complex variable that depends on a number of different factors. “Calculating” REE is no different from estimating it. And, as studies have shown, these estimates can be very wrong. When considering the health of both the mother and the child, it’s more important than ever to measure and track metabolism, not just “calculate” a number.

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The Weight Loss Plateau: Meet Fred

Feeling stuck on a weight loss plateau? You’re not alone. Based on true user stories, here’s why conventional exercise and dieting routines don’t work.

It’s all about your metabolism.

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Pregnancy and Metabolism: New Video Series

Ever wondered what the connection is between pregnancy and metabolism? Introducing our new video mini-series, where we take an in-depth look at why it’s important for expecting mothers to measure metabolic rate. Check out the preview episode on Youtube here.

Pregnancy and Metabolism

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Case Study: What Happens to Metabolism When Weight Changes


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Does metabolism really change after weight loss? Leibel, Rosenbaum, Hirsch search for the answer.

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