Metabolic Analysis for Weight Loss

Metabolic analysis measures oxygen use vs carbon dioxide production which directly relates to how we use energy at the cellular level. When we compare this data to heart rate, breath rate and monitor how it changes under exercise we can obtain a huge level of information about how your body is functioning. By assessing your metabolism in live real time we can create bespoke plans that improve the speed you can achieve results and cut the guess work out of success. This method of assessment is not just for star athletes, everyday people have even more to gain from this technology. The foundation of every health and fitness goal comes down to energy balance, metabolic analysis is the only scientifically validated method to measure how many calories you burn and gives you live real time data on your bodies energy use.

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Fat loss

By measuring how many calories you burn at rest, what percentage of those calories are fats or carbohydrates and monitoring real time changes to these details when various supplements are taken, metabolic analysis is the most powerful tool available to personalise nutritional programs.


Personalised Exercise Plans

What exercise should I do?

Exercise is a stress, a stress that can cause both positive and negative outcomes. When we measure how your fuel use ratio changes during activity we can not only outline your ideal training zones related to heart rate and effort but we can also assess your exercise tolerance to understand what is too much and may cause negative adaptations. 


Accurate Health Assessment 

Coronary artery disease

Cardiovasculat disease is one of the biggest killers world wide and is effcting younger and younger men perticularly every year. A stress ECG is around 50% accurate at assesing cardac issues or picking up early warning signs. Metabolic analysis has been shown to be 90% accurate and can give vital indications on heart healthas well as what to do about it.


Objective lab tests
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Base Line Assessment 

Advanced Personalised Assessment 

These conditions are to ensure we can see how your metabolism is performing in a rested state so we can develop an accurate base line.  

The first stage of the assessment is the resting portion, the mask is fitted during your rest phase and any calibrations and final checks to ensure accuracy of results occur. Once we are sure that you are in a rested state, we begin the test which runs for approximately 10 minutes and entails you sitting or lying comfortably. 

The next phase is the active portion of the test which entails a VO2max test. You pick a piece of cardio equipment, either the bike, treadmill or rower and start a warm up period for 4 minutes at a very low intensity. After this you begin the ramp phase in which we increase the exercise intensity until you reach your maximum effort. You then rest while we monitor your recovery before begging taken through your results. 

A full report is written and sent by email within 5 working days and a follow up consultation to discuss findings and advice is included in the test aftercare.  

The personalised assessment consists of an additional visit, first you take part in the base line assessment followed by a second visit normally with 7 days to maintain relevance of the base line as close as possible. 

On this second visit the activities will be directly related to your personal need, we may need to make a more specific exercise assessment, or we may be monitoring ow your metabolic flexibility responds to various supplements to indicate their usefulness to improving your health. 

This test is a powerful tool for athletes but also for anyone looking to lose weight. Understanding what foods or supplements will improve your capacity to use fat as fuel is vital to speeding the weight loss process. Looking at what causes positive, negative or neutral changes in metabolic flexibility gives us a strong indication of your body’s reaction to this food or supplement. Download a case study demonstrating nutrient influence over metabolic flexibility and weight loss potential.  

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Objective lab tests

Base Line Assessment 

These conditions are to ensure we can see how your metabolism is performing in a rested state so we can develop an accurate base line.  

The first stage of the assessment is the resting portion, the mask is fitted during your rest phase and any calibrations and final checks to ensure accuracy of results occur. Once we are sure that you are in a rested state, we begin the test which runs for approximately 10 minutes and entails you sitting or lying comfortably. 

The next phase is the active portion of the test which entails a VO2max test. You pick a piece of cardio equipment, either the bike, treadmill or rower and start a warm up period for 4 minutes at a very low intensity. After this you begin the ramp phase in which we increase the exercise intensity until you reach your maximum effort. You then rest while we monitor your recovery before begging taken through your results. 

A full report is written and sent by email within 5 working days and a follow up consultation to discuss findings and advice is included in the test aftercare.  

Personal training

Advanced Personalised Assessment 

The personalised assessment consists of an additional visit, first you take part in the base line assessment followed by a second visit normally with 7 days to maintain relevance of the base line as close as possible. 

On this second visit the activities will be directly related to your personal need, we may need to make a more specific exercise assessment, or we may be monitoring ow your metabolic flexibility responds to various supplements to indicate their usefulness to improving your health. 

This test is a powerful tool for athletes but also for anyone looking to lose weight. Understanding what foods or supplements will improve your capacity to use fat as fuel is vital to speeding the weight loss process. Looking at what causes positive, negative or neutral changes in metabolic flexibility gives us a strong indication of your body’s reaction to this food or supplement. Download a case study demonstrating nutrient influence over metabolic flexibility and weight loss potential.