The results were verified by setting independent variables for the color of light and dependent variables for energy expenditure
and the time-budget value (expressed as appearance rate).
The primary objective of this study involved an examination of the association between the rates of activity counts and energy expenditure
measured during walking in persons with MS compared with a control sample of adults without a chronic disease condition.
Basal energy expenditure
(BEE) was calculated with the Institute of Medicine equation (2005).
The emphasis placed on gathering measurements of energy expenditure
is demonstrated by the preference for researchers to convert all raw data concerning the individual components of FITT into one single measure of metabolic equivalents (METs).
Playing active video games increases energy expenditure
Cook also reported that there were no correlations seen between increased body weight and total energy expenditure
or between increased body weight and total energy expenditure
after the researchers adjusted for age and body size.
Bone mineral density (BMD) of the proximal femur was correlated with resting energy expenditure
There are three categories of energy expenditure
that make up one's overall caloric burn each day.
6,7) Metabolic rate measurements produce a 'snapshot' of energy expenditure
over a short period, which is then used to estimate the average rate of energy expenditure
for the whole day.
The study measured the energy expenditure
, calories burned and heart rate of five girls and seven boys, aged between 13 and 15, playing both an active and inactive console.
For instance, children now mature physically before they do psychosocially, and modern diets and lowered energy expenditure
leave us susceptible to obesity and other problems.
She adds, "These factors raise the possibility that solutions required to reverse the rising prevalence of obesity must include societal reorganization, which would ultimately lead to decreased energy intake and increased energy expenditure