Breezing Announces Andrew Steele as Chief Executive Office
Tempe, AZ, September 10, 2018 – Breezing today announced the appointment of Andrew Steele as Chief Executive Officer, effective on August 16th, 2018. Steele is a Silicon Valley veteran and brings over two decades of success in leadership roles at high growth technology companies.
“This is exactly the right time to bring a seasoned CEO into the company, and we are thrilled to have Andrew join us,” said Dr. NJ Tao, Breezing’s co-founder and Chief Science Officer. “We have made incredible progress since spinning out Arizona State University in 2011. Our product is already in use by thousands of people around the world, and we have received multiple patents recognizing our innovative work. We have conducted successful clinical trials with partners including Mayo Clinic, University of Arizona and Penn State University that have proven the efficacy of Breezing’s metabolic tracking technology for improving the outcomes of clinical obesity programs, diabetes management and pre-natal care, as well as reinforcing positive behavioral changes related to individual health, fitness and weight management goals,” said Dr. Tao. “Andrew has already proven his ability to create significant growth and shareholder value, and so as we transition from a focus on product development and market validation to a full commercial launch of our product, he is the ideal person to lead the continued success of the company.”
Do alternatives to metabolism measurements actually work?
Are there other ways to know metabolism without measuring it?
Dr. Sachiko St. Jeor, co-creator of the Mifflin St. Jeor calculator, reveals differences between a calculation and an actual measurement can be as much as hundreds of calories. Check out the poster here.
Meanwhile, a team of researchers, led by Banner Health’s Dr. Soto, demonstrate the major pitfalls of using a body composition analyzer to estimate metabolism for patients undergoing bariatric surgery. You can read the details here.
Eating chili peppers might increase your metabolic rate
Using the Breezing Tracker, a team of researchers were able to determine a positive correlation between capsaicinoids (an active component found in chili peppers) and resting metabolic rate. You can read the full study here.
What other foods might increase metabolic rate? With the Breezing Tracker, the possibilities of discovery are endless.
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.
To see the results, click here
Breezing Nominated as Finalist in “Best of Baby Tech!”
Breezing has long been a favorite of weight practitioners, dietitians, and obesity doctors all over the world, but expecting mothers have been the newest group of users to adopt Breezing into their lives.
For that reason, Breezing was recently selected as a Finalist in the “Best of Baby Tech” Awards 2016.
The folks at Baby Tech Awards found the Breezing Tracker and App approachable, user friendly, and critically important, making a real impact for the healthy development of babies during pregnancy. We’ll be featured with the other Baby Tech Finalists at CES 2017! As an early adopter of the Breezing Technology, we’re asking you to help spread the word!
Vote for us here!
Introducing Breezing for your Samsung Phone
New video from The Clyck!
Metabolism and the Future: Exclusive CE Week TV with Dr. Jennifer Ashton
Dr. Jennifer Ashton, a Board-certified Ob-Gyn, author and TV medical correspondent, discusses the importance of tracking: Watch here.
Big News: Updated Android Version Coming Soon
Stay tuned, Android fans.
Souped-Up Support Section
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Here is where problems get explained.