We are glad, that you have decided to carry out the cellRESET VitalCheck with us.

You will be able to retrieve your analysis of your personal VitalCheck afterwards in the cellRESET community platform under “My Data”. For your non-binding access you will automatically receive an e-mail with the respective link.

Your data will be transmitted encoded, are subject to strict privacy policy and will not be passed on to third parties. Your privacy is therefore guaranteed. Data privacy

Please answer the following questions, as they apply to you.


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For the VitalCheck to be significant please answer all following questions, which are not marked optional.

  • Personal Details


  • What are your goals?

  • Energy and efficiency
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    Do you sometimes feel powerless and weak during the day?

    Are you often nervous, irritated or unbalanced?

    Are you tired, nerveless or exhausted in the evening?

    Does it sometimes feel difficult to concentrate yourself?

    Are you suffering from headaches or migraine?

    Do you drink at least two liter of water every day?

  • Immune system and digestion/digestive tract
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    Do you eat less than five servings (200 gram) fresh vegetables and salad a day?

    Are you prone to suffer from colds or infects?

    Do you have any problems with your digestion or gastrointestinal system?

    Is there any food, you do not tolerate well?


    Do you smoke regularly?

  • Acid-base-regulation / Acid-base-balance
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    Do you often feel tired and unbalanced, even though you had enough sleep?

    Do you sometimes have problems falling asleep or sleeping through the night?

    Do you feel stressed or under pressure on a daily basis?

    Do you have brittle hair or uneven nail surfaces?

    Do you have weak connective tissue or problems with cellulite?

    Do you have too dry or too oily skin or do you suffer from acne?

    Do you suffer from heartburn or acid regurgitation?

  • Sport and regeneration
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    Do you participate in any sports or light physical activity?

    Do you often suffer from muscle soreness and muscular cramps?

    Do you need longer time to regenerate after sport?

    Have you reached your performance plateau?

  • Figure and eating habits
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    Would you like to lose weight?

    Do you often suffer from ravenous appetite or will you become bad-tempered, if you eat irregularly?

  • General health status
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    Is your blood pressure too high?

    Is your blood pressure too low?

    Are your cholesterol levels to high?

    Do you suffer from any thyroid problems?

    Do you suffer from any cardiovascular diseases?

    Do you suffer from osteoporosis?

    Do you suffer from osteoarthritis?

    Do you suffer from joint pain or rheumatism?

    Is your uric acid level too high?

    Do you suffer from any kidney or liver disease?

    Do you suffer from any bilious complaint?

    Do you suffer from tinnitus?

    Do you suffer from atopic eczema/neurodermatitis or psoriasis?

    Do you have diabetes mellitus or any preliminary stage?

    Do you suffer from any other diseases or illnesses?

    Do you have to take any medication regularly?

  • Optional: children
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    Does your child/grandchild not like fruits, vegetables, whole grain or salad?

    Does it feel difficult to concentrate for your child/grandchild?

    Does your child/grandchild suffer from any allergies, intolerances or behavioural problems?

  • Optional: women
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    Do you suffer from menopausal symptoms?

    Do you suffer from menstrual problems?

    Are you using any hormonal contraceptives?

BMI (Body-Mass-Index)-calculator

The significance of the body mass indey (BMI) is controversially seen in circles of experts. However it belongs to the most important standard key figures and can give a rough guide value for the assessment of body weight. A much more accurate instrument, which can also give indications for health risks, is the WHtR (Waist to Height Ratio)-Calculator. WHtR Calculator

Simultaneously our BMI-calculator calculates the normal weight and the basal metabolic rate. However these calculations are based on average estimates and are not applicable onto persons with muscle mass below or above average (athletes, bodybuilder, etc.). In this case we recommend the instructions for body fat measuring in our community-platform. Request free access



WHtR (Waist to Height Ratio)- calculator

Recent studies have shown that the ratio between waist circumference and body height is a good indicator, to evaluate health risks in connection with obesity.

The WHtR (unlike the BMI) takes the fat distribution of the body into account. Visceral fat, unlike other fat depots, is more prone to affect health badly, as it is connected with fatty degeneration of the inner organs. Fatty degeneration of the inner organs significantly increases the probability of diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular diseases, metabolic disorders or stroke.

Therefore the waist circumference in combination with the body height is easy to establish and a meaningful estimate for health risks.

Measuring instructions: The waist circumference should preferably be measured when you have an empty stomach and with undressed upper body. While standing place the measuring tape just above the belly button around your stomach. If there is a slight stomach, the circumference should be measured at the widest place. Your position should be relaxed and your breathing neutral. The result should be rounded up.

Insulin resistance analyses

Since 1985 the term “insulin resistance” is defined as the reduced effect of the endogenous insulin onto muscle, fat tissue and liver.

Multiple methods have been developed, to detect insulin resistance. The most scientific method is the complex euglycaemic hyperinsulinaemic clamp-test, which is only used for scientific purposes.

The result shown here is based on the analysis after Standl/Biermann developed by the Institute of Diabetes Research in Munich, which is preferred in everyday clinical practice.