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ReeVue

Metabolic Testing

ReeVue studied by Georgia State University – Found to be Valid and Reliable.

Dr Sarah Henes, PhD and her colleagues at the Georgia State University Department of Nutrition have published a study indicating the KORR ReeVue is reliable and valid for assessing Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) when compared with the CosMed Quark, a traditional metabolic cart 3-5 times more expensive. The study specifically tests ReeVue’s reliability and validity […]

metabolic rate and caffeine

Effects of Caffeine on Metabolic Rate

The weather is getting colder and to many, cold weather is synonymous with a nice, steaming cup of coffee. In fact, we all have clients that cannot seem to function without their morning fix of caffeine. Which prompts the oft posed question, what are the effects of caffeine on a resting metabolic rate test? A look at the research reviewed by the American Dietetic Association can give us some insight [….]

watching tv and metabolic rate

TV Viewing & Resting Energy Expenditure

It is intuitive to assume that children burn fewer calories while watching TV than if they were involved in more physically active pursuits.   But is it possible to burn fewer calories than a coach potato?  Research suggests that TV viewing can cause just that. In a study performed at Memphis State University, researchers examined just […]

Medical Weight Loss & Body Shaping

Medical Weight Loss and Body Shaping is an innovative and physician guided weight loss program. In the midst of so many weight-loss fads and opinions there is no such thing as “one size fits all.” Doctors Craig Perlman, Board Certified Endocrinologist, and Daryl Perlman, Diplomat on the American Board of Obesity Medicine, have recognized this […]

Physician for Living Finds Success with ReeVue

In our medical weight loss clinic, we use the ReeVue Indirect Calorimeter. We use the RMR to set a diet based on how many calories patients burn at rest. The test takes about 10 minutes, the clients feel like they are getting a really good assessment, and they are all really interested in what their metabolic rate is. Testing someone’s metabolic rate is key to finding those few people who lie outside the norm so you know where to set their caloric limits.