resting energy expenditure


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rest·ing en·er·gy ex·pen·di·ture

(REE) (rest'ing en'ĕr-jē eks-pen'di-chŭr)
Energy expenditure measured under resting, although not necessarily basal, conditions.
Compare: basal metabolic rate

rest·ing en·er·gy ex·pen·di·ture

(rest'ing en'ĕr-jē eks-pen'di-chŭr)
Energy expenditure measured under resting, although not necessarily basal conditions.
Compare: basal metabolic rate
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Resting energy expenditure prediction in recreational athletes of 18-35 years: confirmation of Cunningham equation and an improved weight-based alternative.
The case underlines the interaction between the two conditions; SMA is characterised by a loss of muscle mass, which determines a reduction in resting energy expenditure, in turn leading to an increase in body weight and body fat accumulation, especially in the central region.
Whisner, "Study of resting energy expenditure and weight changes during pregnancy," Global Journal of Obesity, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome, vol.
The caffeine content is also believed to help influence weight loss via these same mechanisms as well as its ability to increase resting energy expenditure.
Resting energy expenditure was predicted (REE) with the WHO'85 equation based on gender, age, and weight [17].
Weijs, "Validity of predictive equations for resting energy expenditure in US and Dutch overweight and obese class I and II adults aged 18-65 y," American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol.
The age-related decline in the vegetative control can be an important factor in the reduction of resting energy expenditure in both groups.
Dietary proteins have positive effects on energy homeostasis by inducing satiety, maintaining lean body mass and increasing resting energy expenditure during calorie restriction, but may promote insulin resistance.
* Resting energy expenditure (REE)--energy used in metabolic (e.g.
Resting energy expenditure, resting heart rate, walking heart rate, and walking speed changed significantly by visit for all participants combined (p < 0.05).
Effects of a low-glycemic load diet on resting energy expenditure and heart disease risk factors during weight loss.