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There is one basic truth to weight loss–You need to burn more calories than you eat. Tracking calories is easy. Knowing how many calories you burn is not so apparent. Research shows people burn calories at different rates. Metabolic testing is the only way to learn exactly how many calories YOU burn by identifying YOUR unique Target Caloric Zones. These Zones help YOU “eat to YOUR metabolism”.  Eat the maximum amount possible & still lose weight! And, keeping the weight off is easier, because YOU’RE listening to YOUR body. Take a simple 10 minute breath test today & create a healthy diet & exercise plan that works for YOU.

MetaCheck™
Metabolic Rate Analysis System
  • Determines Metabolic Rate (RMR)
  • Simple 10 minutes breath test
  • Portable, lightweight system
  • Affordable

The MetaCheck™ is an affordable system that provides an accurate, professional metabolic rate measurement. In the past, these measurements have only been available by using cumbersome, expensive equipment, and were generally only available at hospitals. Today the MetaCheck™ provides the same critical data with just a simple 10 minute breath test at a fraction of the cost.

Why Test RMR to for weight loss?
  • Proof of normal metabolism.
    Most overweight people are convinced they have a slow metabolism. The truth is that statistically, most overweight and obese individuals have average or higher than average metabolic rates. Taking a measurement removes this excuse. Seeing that their bodies can indeed burn calories can be very encouraging and motivating.
  • Stabilize weight loss.
    Regardless of the method used to lose weight, a patient’s RMR will decrease after weight loss. The decrease is actually below the level predicted by fat-free mass (FFM). Although the cause is unclear, it appears that in most cases, if a patient can maintain his new weight for 6 months, his RMR will eventually rise to the expected level. Pinpointing the precise number of calories necessary to maintain is key to surviving this crucial period.
  • Pinpoint caloric weight loss zone
    When restricting calories, knowing a baseline RMR is invaluable. KORR Metabolic Analyzers calculate a weight loss zone for 1½ pounds a week weight loss, or practitioners can use the RMR to calculate a caloric goal unique for their patients.
  • Detection and Diagnosis of hypo-metabolism.
    In cases where a patient has a clinically low metabolic rate, further diagnosis and treatment by a physician will be required before successful weight loss can be achieved.
  • Assess the effect of weight loss treatment on metabolism.
    Once calories are restricted, medications are introduced, or an exercise plan has been implemented, the human body will respond. This is especially true of significant interventions, such as bariatric surgery. The caloric goals of a dietary plan will rarely sustain a patient throughout an entire weight loss regimen. The result is the dreaded plateau. Periodic assessment of RMR will show the effects of the treatments and allow adjustments to the caloric goals.
What is Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR)?
Metabolism, quite simply, is the conversion of food to energy.
Metabolic rate is a measure of how much food, or fat, is converted to energy in a day. Resting metabolic rate (RMR) is the measurement of how much food, or energy, is required to maintain basic body functions such as heartbeat, breathing, and maintenance of body heat while you are in a state of rest. That energy is expressed in calories per day. So an RMR test shows how many calories you burn at rest, doing nothing more than sitting in a chair.How Does It Work?

Indirect calorimetry (a measurement of metabolic rate) relies on the fact that burning 1 calorie (Kilocalorie) requires 208.06 milliliters of oxygen. Because of this very direct relationship between caloric burn and oxygen consumed, measurements of oxygen uptake (VO2) and caloric burn rate are virtually interchangeable.
Oxygen uptake requires a precise measurement of the volume of expired air and of the concentrations of oxygen in the inspired and expired air. The process requires that all of the air a person breathes out be collected and analyzed while they rest quietly. The KORR™ indirect calorimeters contain a precision air flow sensor that measures the volume of expired air, and an oxygen sensor that measures the concentration of oxygen. Once the factors of humidity, temperature and relative humidity are accounted for, the KORR™ instrument provides the most accurate results available in a compact metabolic analyzer.