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CRS®-analysis system - Metabolic screening for experts

CRS®-analysis system - the innovation!

The CRS-analysis system is the first measuring device worldwide to offer a non-invasive screening method for identifying the regulation of the cellular metabolism. The optical measuring takes place on the ball of the thumb within a few seconds. Using a measurement probe, the fluorescence of endogenous metabolic substances is registered non-invasively.

You immediately obtain a graphical evaluation of your personal metabolic situation. This individual evaluation can be used to detect any imbalance within the metabolism and possible deficiencies of vital micronutrients.

The CRS-system is available in two versions: "CRS-med" and "CRS-prevent":

With 14 statements and 14 indicators for the current metabolic regulation, the CRS-med system for the medical field offers an ideal method for obtaining comprehensive information on the patient’s current metabolic status already during the first conversation with the patient. It provides valuable support in diagnostics and therapy control as well as for information purposes. Disorders in their metabolism can be shown to the patient, treatment approaches can be indicated and courses of therapy can be visualised. Read more.

The CRS-prevent system is available for pharmacies, spa and fitness centres and for the nutrition sector. Based on the same technology, but showing reduced statements, this version is perfect for offering your customers service and expertise in health consultation. Metabolic disorders can be identified and explained to the customer in a convincing way. On account of the individual measuring result, selective recommendations regarding healthy nutrition, fitness and vitality can be made. Regular follow-up measurements visualise the success. Read more.

Where is the CRS® system used?

  • in personal health prevention
  • in occupational health prevention
  • for monitoring the effects of nutrition and exercise on the metabolism
  • in therapy control
  • in chronic fatigue and reduced performance capability
  • in increased oxidative stress (e.g., in smokers, phases of acute stress, unbalanced nutrition, physical activity)
  • in professional sports