Monitor Your Metabolism on the Phone With a Single Breath

Monitor Your Metabolism on the Phone With a Single Breath

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Do you know what meals or workouts are best for your body? Israeli designed lumen breath-analysis device and app analyses your metabolism to help you pick the right workout routines and foods for your health.

When you wake up in the morning, you take Lumen out of its charging dock and remove its magnetic dust cap, open the app on your phone, and begin the two-step process guided by the app: Inhale a single breath with Lumen in your mouth, hold your breath until prompted and then exhale into the device.

In half a minute, you’ll know if you should plan a high-carb or low-carb day depending on your planned level of activity. Using machine learning, the device gets to know you better with repeated use, automatically. There’s no food tracking or guesswork involved.

“You may think you have a fast or slow metabolism, but it changes every day based on what you eat, how much you sleep and if you work out,” says Lumen cofounder and CPMO Dror Ceder.

Tags: Israeli Innovation

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