Levl, the Fat Burning Breathalyzer!

Levl, which premiered at the 2016 CES (Consumer Electronic Show) in Las Vegas, is the newest gadget for the fat burning world. This device is a breathalyzer that can actually detect how much fat you’re burning just by analyzing your breath.

This device comes in two parts, a docking station and a tube for you to breathe in. Once you breathe into the tube, place it into the docking system, which will then show you on the front of the dock how much fat you are burning. A corresponding app that you download goes into greater detail of what is going on, such as just how many calories you are burning at that time. This is a great way to keep track of what your body is doing and how efficient it is being.

This is an incredible device and the way it works is just as amazing. It works by analyzing levels of acetone, a proven method for detecting fat burning. The way Levl works is by detecting the amount of acetone contained within your breath, which is an indicator of how many calories you are burning and whether or not you are in a state of ketosis. We fuel our bodies by consuming carbohydrates, which is turned into glucose. When we have burned all of our carbohydrates, our bodies turn to burning fat instead. Acetone is created through the process of ketosis, a time in which your body is burning fat, so the more acetone in your breath, the more fat you are burning.

Until now, we have had to rely on blood and urine tests in order to know how much fat our body is actively burning, but this device allows for a more convenient and more personal review of our body’s efficiency. This can be used alongside our Custom Meal Plans to create a better diet so you can more easily keep track of what works and what doesn’t, and plan your meals accordingly. It can also be used with our training programs, such as HIIT MAX™, Weights for Women, or our Custom Training Programs so that you can maximize your results!

For more information on the study Levl uses for their product: Anderson, J. C. (2015). Measuring breath acetone for monitoring fat loss: Review. Obesity, 23(12), 2327-2334.

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