Resting Metabolic Rate--Comparing Measured to Predicted Values.
Bredle, Donald Louis, 1949-
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Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) reveals how many calories are burned throughout the day without any added body activity - eating, working, and exercise. Analysis of the results to date are tending to confirm the hypothesis that the equations to estimate RMR lack accuracy, due to individual factors such as heredity, muscle mass and tone, and activity level.
Color poster with text, chart, and graph describing research conducted by Mitch Davis, advised by Donald L. Bredle.
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