Environmental & Breath Fat Oxidation Sensors


Inquiry: What if we could monitor air pollutants and weight loss progress on the go?


Air quality and breath sensing devices


TF Health Corporation

Research Partner

Arizona State University

Principle Investigator

Greg Raupp, PhD

Research Objective:

Clinical testing & validation



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F Health Corporation, in collaboration with Arizona State University, is developing personal devices that can be worn like badges on the body or clothing to monitor air and breath composition. In particular, they are developing a flow-colorimetric sensing device for continuous monitoring of multiple air pollutants to ensure health safety in polluted environments. Additionally, they are creating a breath-fat oxidation sensor that detects acetone levels in the breath, as acetone is a key marker of fat burning. This device will help people in weight loss and dietary programs measure the efficiency of their practices.

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