Dr. Ahmet Özyiğit was born in 1981 in the Famagusta district of Cyprus. Ozgen and Dr. He is the youngest of Savaş Özyiğit's three children.

After completing his high school education at Türk Maarif College in 1998, he completed his undergraduate and graduate studies in economics in the American state of Kansas. Özyiğit, who later completed his doctorate education in the same field of science, published many articles in this field.

Özyiğit, who later became interested in medical science, studied medicine at the University of Nicosia Faculty of Medicine. In addition to this education, he received his master's degree in Clinical Embryology from the University of Leeds and postgraduate education in Endocrinology from the University of South Wales.

With an eclectic academic background, Dr. Özyiğit continues his clinical studies, especially on weight loss, metabolism and healthy aging. An active member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, Dr. Özyiğit applies anti-aging, weight loss and brain function improving treatments to his patients.


Visualize such a method in your imagination that; Let it map your body's health and provide personalized ways to reach any fitness and health goal. That's what PNOĒ is. Respiratory analysis technology not only measures metabolic health, it provides a detailed picture of how your body processes energy. Whether you're looking to lose weight, improve your athletic performance, live longer, or simply improve your well-being, PNOĒ makes it happen with scientifically backed insights.

In less than 10 minutes, PNOĒ analyzes 23 biomarkers that assess vital areas including metabolism, cellular function, heart and lung health, fat burning efficiency and biological age, non-invasively, instantly and without the need for laboratory work. During the test, you breathe normally into the device. During this time, the device analyzes your breathing and reports your total calories burned and fuel usage data (fat or carbohydrates).

Metabolic tests performed by the PNOĒ system measure the rate at which your body burns calories and uses oxygen, both at rest and during different activities.

Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR): It measures the number of calories your body burns at rest.

Metabolic Efficiency: It measures the number of calories your body burns during exercise.

VO2 Max: It measures the maximum amount of oxygen your body can use during exercise.

VO2maxMaximum oxygen consumption is a measure of the maximum amount of oxygen a person can use during intense exercise. It is considered an indicator of cardiovascular fitness and aerobic endurance. Higher VO2 max values are generally associated with better physical fitness and overall health. –

A high VO2 max indicates a well-functioning cardiovascular system where the heart, lungs, and muscles can transport and use oxygen efficiently. This is an indication of a lower risk of cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack, hypertension and stroke.

Individuals with higher VO2 max levels generally have better metabolic health; This means improved insulin sensitivity and lipid profiles. This reduces the risk of metabolic disorders such as type 2 diabetes and obesity. Such diseases are associated with both lower quality of life and lower life expectancy.

High VO2 max is associated with a better fitness level, allowing individuals to maintain an active lifestyle. Regular physical activity is known to improve various aspects of health, such as mental health, muscle strength, bone density and immune function, which in turn contribute to longevity.

Research shows that people with higher VO2 max levels have lower all-cause mortality rates. People with high VO2 max are less likely to die prematurely from chronic diseases and other health conditions. Maintaining a high VO2 max slows the physiological aging process. Exercises that increase VO2 max improve mitochondrial function, reduce oxidative stress, and increase the body's ability to repair itself; All of these are important for healthy aging.

In summary, VO2 max is a comprehensive indicator of overall cardiovascular and metabolic health, physical fitness, and the body's ability to cope with stress and recover from disease, and is therefore considered a valuable predictor of longevity. Therefore, American Heart Association, considers this test to be the most reliable indicator of how long and well people will live.

There are some points that need to be taken into consideration for the PNOĒ test to give accurate and reliable results:

1- You must complete a 12-hour fast overnight before your RMR test. For example. If your appointment is at 8am, you should only drink water after 8pm the previous evening.

2- You should not consume alcohol, coffee, tea or other stimulants 12 hours before the test.

3- Nicotine (cigarettes) and allergy medications may affect your test results.

4- You should avoid moderate and intense exercises at least 24 hours before the test.

VO2 Maximum Exercise Test:

The PNOĒ test can be performed at rest or while exercising. During both tests, certain elements are checked. Generally speaking, the resting test (RMR test) provides information about your basal metabolism and basal health. The test performed while active provides information about oxygen use and fat burning efficiency during sports.

An exercise modality such as a stationary bike or treadmill will be selected for your active metabolism test, that is, your VO2 Max and active metabolism test. After approximately a three-minute warm-up, the exercise test will begin. The test will continue with an exercise session that gets more difficult with each minute until you become too tired to continue your pace. The purpose of this test is to provide a breathing analysis of how much oxygen the body can absorb while exercising.

The points to be considered before the standard RMR test also apply to the VO2 test. Therefore, it is important to get tested by paying attention to these issues.

With PNOĒ, you get information and plans specific to your body and metabolic structure, so you not only reach your goals, but exceed them.

*** The PNOĒ test does not replace any laboratory test. This test is a test that predicts complementary health and what lifestyle changes people should make to optimize health and contributes to both their metabolic health and their general quality of life. Performing this test and the results obtained from this test are not a substitute for your health checks, which ideally should be done once a year. On the contrary, when combined with the results obtained from your other health checks and laboratory test results, it plays a much more guiding role for your health. 

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