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caloric expenditure

, calorie expenditure
The number of kilocalories used during an activity or during a specific length of time. It increases with the difficulty of the activity (how many muscles are used and how hard they work) and with the duration of the activity.
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These household types likely live in unsafe neighborhoods where children cannot play outside, and they typically lack the resources needed to send children to sports and other afterschool programs, resulting in lower calorie expenditure for the children.
org), which aims to help dieters balance calorie intake with calorie expenditure through exercise.
The fundamental flaw in obesity research according to Winkler in Obesity Reviews is that a mathematic model of human metabolism has been used to explain the calorie intake vs calorie expenditure (9) David Ludwig, M.
The further away the table is from the cooking area will boost you calorie expenditure too.
Note: Walking lines are based on the average calorie expenditure for a 154-pound individual walking at 3.
Amid the changing lifestyles of consumers, the total calorie expenditure of dogs is estimated to decline, alongside a fall in the dog population and the miniaturisation trend.
Stayhealthy offers products to measure and trend blood pressure, heart rate, total body composition (including percent body fat, percent lean mass, and hydration index), total body weight, calorie expenditure, activity and color-blindness.
Laugh out loud A study published in the International Journal of Obesity shows laughter really is the best medicine for losing weight, by increasing the heart rate and calorie expenditure by up to 20%.
Before being sent home to have sex at least four times in a month, each person was required to do a 30-minute moderate-intensity workout on the treadmill to provide a baseline measure of their calorie expenditure during exertion.
To shift it, maximise your calorie expenditure through regular, frequent exercise and reduce your calorie intake.
Well, they're as likely to gobble fast, processed and fatty food as everyone else, and in the off-season, when their calorie expenditure drops, they often keep eating the same unhealthy calories as they did mid-season.