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Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) Explained
Dr Kiel explains total daily energy expenditure (TDEE). MORE HEALTH EDUCATION: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt6puIp2CPGX8ilSikABEAc0wiS-slL-h READ MORE https://www.healthydocs.net/home/2017/total-daily-energy-expenditure-tdee-explained Please like, subscribe, comment and share! SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrJohnKiel FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/medicinelifestyle TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LifestyleMedYou In this video I discuss total daily energy expenditure and it's components. You can use TDEE to evaluate the calories burned by your body on a daily basis, and then determine how many calories you need to eat to reach your personal goals. Total daily energy expenditure is a summation of all things your body does both actively and passively to burn calories in 24 hour period. Terms that you may hear include thermogenesis, BAsal metabolic rate (BMR), resting energy expenditure (REE), thermic effect of food (TEF), activity energy expenditure (AEE) and resting metabolic rate (RMR). These terms help you describe how much energy or calories your body burns. You could also say consume, digest, utilize to describe that metabolic activity.
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TDEE Calculator | Total Daily Energy Expenditure | Tiger Fitness
SUBSCRIBE to our channel: http://bit.ly/subTigerFitness Keep it healthy at home with our Cooking w/Kara Playlist! http://bit.ly/cookwkara THE CALCULATOR IS HERE! http://content.tigerfitness.com/tdee-calculator-total-daily-energy-expenditure/ TDEE, total daily energy expenditure, is the amount of energy in calories you burn per day. TDEE is best calculated by factoring in your BMR, or basal metabolic rate, and your activity level. BMR is the amount of calories you would burn per day at rest. Your total daily energy expenditure includes all the energy you burn sleeping, working, exercising, and even eating. It is important to know your TDEE when trying to set up a proper bulking or cutting diet. Your TDEE is often referred to in fitness articles as your calorie maintenance level. This is the amount of calories that is required per day to keep you are your current weight. After you know your total daily energy expenditure you can either add calories per day to gain bulk, or lower calories to cut fat. SUPPORT MARC LOBLINER'S COMPANY AND SHOP AT TIGERFITNESS.COM! http://www.tigerfitness.com For any questions for Marc, go here: http://forum.tigerfitness.com/threads/q-a-with-marc-lobliner-the-machine.32/unread For Coaching Email [email protected] Sign Up For AWESOME OFFERS and DEALS! http://www.mtsnutrition.com MARC'S BOOK FOR ULTIMATE FAT LOSS! http://www.tigerfitness.com/MTS-The-Fat-Loss-Factor-12-week-program-p/mtsfatloss.htm The Whey Protein you need: http://www.MTSNutrition.com Ethical Supplements you need: http://www.ethitechnutrition.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/446290002455932/ Keep Up With Us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tigerfitness/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tigerfitnessonline Twitter: https://twitter.com/tigerfitnesscom Get Tiger Fit! Tiger Fitness has some of the best solutions to meet your fitness goals! We have Fat Burners, Pre-Workout, Protein bars, boosters and more! See how you can get in the best shape of your life here: https://www.tigerfitness.com/ For Business: [email protected] Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/446290002455932/ Sign up for the Tiger Fitness newsletter: https://www.tigerfitness.com/newsletter-signup About Tiger Fitness: NEW VIDEOS DAILY! Fitness channel led by TigerFitness.com CMO/MTS Nutrition CEO Marc Lobliner covering all topics related to fitness, current events and the best ways to help you reach your goals! TDEE Calculator | Total Daily Energy Expenditure | Tiger Fitnesshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrRBqRyCAi4 Tiger Fitness https://www.youtube.com/user/TheTigerFitness
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Calculating Total Caloric Expenditure (TDEE)
Watch and follow along as I walk you through how to calculate your Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE), which consists of Rest Energy Expenditure (REE), physical activity, and the Thermic Effect of Food (TEF). Use this TDEE to determine how many calories to eat daily for weight loss, gain, or maintenance. :) For more check Katelift Fitness on IG and FB! - @katelift // http://www.instagram.com/katelift/ - Katelift Fitness // http://www.facebook.com/KateliftFitness - Blog: http://www.kateliftfitness.com/
Total Energy Expenditure | Calories In Vs Out | BMR & Thermic Effect Of Food
In today's video we talk about total energy expenditure, calories in vs out, basal metabolic rate (BMR) and the thermic effect of food Follow us on our other social media channels Instagram https://www.instagram.com/shredbyscience/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/shredbyscience Snapchat https://www.snapchat.com/add/shredbyscience Twitter https://twitter.com/shredbyscience
How to Find Maintenance Calories. TEE (Total Energy Expenditure) Daily Caloric Needs
How to find your daily caloric needs? Determine the baseline, from which you'll move towards your goals, building muscle or loosing fat. This video is for those who want to understand, how Total Daily Energy Expenditure is found, how online calculators work, and/or do it by themselves without using online calculator. First, you need to choose one of two suggested formulas, based on either you know or do not know your body fat percentage, and calculate Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR). Second, multiply BMR by activity variable. You're done. You have your TDEE, and can start planning your diet and nutrition accordingly. PLEASE SUPPORT the channel by liking and sharing the video. It really means a lot and helps to stay focused and motivated to produce better content. Help others to discover it. In the end of the day we are all here to help people. Thanks! All feedback is highly appreciated. Feel free to leave comments, questions and suggestions. Join SimpleFitnessTips on: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/10ofZdk Twitter: https://twitter.com/SimpleFitTips Google+: http://bit.ly/UWyDSR Free original wallpapers: http://bit.ly/Wfaubf Music: Adapted - Trip Hop Mix and Mash (3rd Edition) used under creative commons licence https://soundcloud.com/adapted/adapted-trip-hop-mix-and-1 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ All graphics, still images and sound effects were created by me using video, sound and graphics editing software.
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How to Calculate How Many Calories You Need
Watch more Diet Tips videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/310931-How-to-Calculate-How-Many-Calories-You-Need Whether you are looking to lose a few pounds or simply maintain your current weight, determining how many calories you need every day is important but simple. Step 1: Get your weight in pounds and height in inches Weigh yourself and note your weight in pounds. Then use the yardstick to measure your height in inches. Step 2: Calculate basal metabolic rate for women Calculate your basal metabolic rate if you're a woman. Multiply your weight by 4.35. Then multiply your height by 4.7. Add the two products. Then subtract the product of your age in years multiplied by 4.7 and add 655. Tip For example, a 150-pound woman who is 65 inches tall and 30 years old would have a basal metabolic rate of 1,472. Step 3: Calculate basal metabolic rate for men Calculate your basal metabolic rate if you're a man by multiplying your weight by 6.23. Add the product of your height in inches multiplied by 12.7. Subtract your age in years multiplied by 6.8 and then add 66. Tip A 180 pound man who is 70 inches tall and 40 years old would have a basal metabolic rate of 1,804.4. Step 4: Determine your activity level Determine your daily activity level. Sedentary people get little to no activity. Light levels include activity a few days a week, moderate includes activity three to five days a week, and very active individuals play sports daily. Step 5: Multiply BMR times appropriate activity factor Multiply your basal metabolic rate by an activity factor of 1.2 for sedentary, 1.375 for light, 1.55 for moderate, and 1.725 for very active. Tip If the 150-pound woman is active four days a week, her activity level would be moderate. Multiplying her basal metabolic rate of 1,472 by 1.55 gives her a calculation of 2,281.6. Step 6: Calculation equals the total calories to maintain weight Factor the basal metabolic rate by the activity factor to give you the number of calories per day you can eat to maintain your current weight. Step 7: Subtract 500 calories per day to lose a pound a week Subtract 500 calories per day to lose 1 pound each week. Keep tabs on your caloric intake and you'll stay fit and strong. Did You Know? By walking an additional 10,000 steps each day, the average adult can burn an extra 500 calories – giving you a 1 pound loss in a week without cutting calories.
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BASICS | How to calculate your BMR + TDEE
Keep Updated! Subscribe to watch more videos! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtAxFkgvn5REj2VHgQElHKQ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coachcooneyy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidcooneyy Twitter: https://twitter.com/davidcooneyy 1. Find out your basal metabolic rate. - BMR calculator: http://www.bmi-calculator.net/bmr-calculator/ 2. Determine your activity level. - Sedentary = BMR x 1.2 - Lightly active = BMR x 1.375 - Moderate = BMR x 1.55 - Active = BMR x 1.725 - Very active = BMR x 1.9 3. Add or subtract calories from your overall calorie target depending on your goal. Remember that these final numbers are not exact but they are still a good starting point. You should track your macros using an app like MyFitnessPal and weigh yourself every so often to make sure you are not fluctuating in weight drastically.
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Fitness Tips : How to Calculate a BMR
The BMR, or basal metabolic rate, can be determined by taking body weight, multiplying it by ten and adding in exercise. Learn about eating a little less or more than the calories determined by the BMR with help from a professional personal trainer in this free video on calculating the basal metabolic rate. Expert: David Dubail Contact: www.elitemiamipersonaltraining.com Bio: David Dubail is a professional personal trainer and the owner of Dubail Fitness Institute in Miami, Fla. Filmmaker: Paul Muller
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How do we calculate our calorie requirements?
How can we measure how many calories we spend to perform all our different activities? And can we calculate how many calories we need? [Nutrition Steps 3.3]
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How to Calculate Your Daily Calorie Needs
in this video we will show you how to calculate your daily calorie needs accurately. In the process of achieving physical fitness, nutrition is more important than the workouts we do in the gym. One of the most important aspects of nutrition is the total amount of calories you are taking in. As discussed in one of our previous videos, the common formula people use to calculate their calorie needs is inherently flawed. To accurately calculate your daily calorie needs you need to find out your body fat percentage that is the percentage of your body weight, which is composed of fat. Measuring body fat percentage is beyond the scope of this video; just Google search for it and you will find numerous articles. Once you have figured out what your body fat percentage is, through this formula you can calculate your resting metabolic rate (RMR), which is the energy you need to spend for just lying in bed and do nothing, through the formula shown RMR = 500 + 22 X (mass in KG) X (1 – Body fat percentage) or RMR = 500 + 10 X (mass in pounds) X (1 – Body fat percentage) Now of-course most of us do not just stay in bed, we perform our daily chores, which all require energy. Below are the factors you need to multiply to your RMR based on your level of activity, keep in mind this is daily calorie needs outside of exercise, Bed Ridden Individual 1.3 Person with Sedentary Occupation 1.6 Person with Mostly Sedentary Occupation and Some Movement 1.7 Person in Active Occupation with Prolonged Standing 1.8 Person Performing Strenuous Labor Work 2.2 To calculate that calorie expenditure for a particular exercise, you need to consider the intensity of an exercise into account. In general the intensity is defined through METs, it is a metabolic multiplier that is applied to any exercise based on how intense it is. Below is a list of METs for different types of exercises EXERCISE METs High Impact Aerobics 7 Low Impact Aerobics 5 Vigorous Effect Bicycling (14-16mph) 10 Light Effort Bicycling (10-12mph) 6 Vigorous Walking 5 Light Walking 2.5 Running (6min/mile) 16 Running (12min/mile) 8 Intense Weightlifting 6 Light Home Exercise, light to moderate effort 3.5 You can calculate the amount of calories burnt in each exercise by multiplying the MET factor with your weight and the amount of time you spent in doing the exercise. The formula is Calorie Burnt in an Exercise = Body weight (KG) X Duration (hrs) X METs Calorie Burnt in an Exercise = (Body weight (lbs) X Duration (hrs) X METs) / 2.2 Finally your total calorie needs on the exercise day will be Total calorie needed = RMR X Activity multiplier + Calories Burnt in Exercise It should be noted that all to calculations suggested above are just a starting point for you. Although they vary in accuracy, the only 100% accurate way to estimate you calorie needs is through trial and error where you eat the calculated amounts of calories for a week and observe how much weight you gained or lost and then accordingly change the diet Background Music: Bay Breeze by FortyThr33 https://soundcloud.com/fortythr33-43 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/XER8Zg0ExKU
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Nutritional Calculations : How to Calculate Calories Per Day
When you calculate your resting energy expenditure, you find out how many calories your body uses per day in its metabolic functions. Learn how to determine this number in this free video on nutritional calculations. Expert: Charlotte Lawson Bio: Charlotte Lawson, a licensed and registered dietitian and nutritionist, works with the Florida Department of Health's nutrition division as a senior public health nutritionist. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz Series Description: Nutritional calculations help you understand the meanings behind food labels so you can avoid excessive fat, cholesterol and carbs and take control of your health. Get expert tips from a registered and licensed dietitian in this free video series.
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Estimating Energy Needs Using the EER Equation
This video reviews the estimation of energy needs for healthy adults using the Estimated Energy Requirement equations.
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TEE- Total Energy Expenditure
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Predictive Equations for Resting Energy Expenditure
Discussion for NSC 325 (University of Arizona) on prediction equations available for resting energy expenditure (REE) including the Ireton-Jones Equation, the Harris-Benedict Equation, the Mifflin St. Jeor Equation, and the calories per kilogram approach.
TEE | Learn to Calculate your "Total Energy Expenditure" in a day | by Abhinav Tonk
Learn to calculate your total energy expenditure in a day. If you want to calculate your BMR, watch my following video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBgtyAGsdiU Like my Facebook Page to get timely updates on upcoming videos in future- https://www.facebook.com/R.E.D4fitness/
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Energy Considerations in Nutrition: BMR, RMR & Physical Activity – Nutrition | Lecturio
This video “Energy Considerations in Nutrition: BMR, RMR & Physical Activity” is part of the Lecturio course “Nutrition” ► WATCH the complete course on http://lectur.io/nutrition1 ► LEARN ABOUT: - Basal metabolic rate (BMR) and resting metabolic rate (RTR) - Calculating BMR - Factor in physical activity gives us TEE - Calculating physical activity level (PAL) ► THE PROF: Dr. Georgina Cornwall has taught a broad array of Biology courses at different U.S. universities, currently at the Colorado Mountain College in Aspen. Dr. Cornwall is an active promoter of hybrid teaching formats like online and interactive courses. Thus, she uses modern technology to engage her students in the diverse disciplines of biology – from Microbiology to Genetics. ► LECTURIO is your single-point resource for medical school: Study for your classes, USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2, MCAT or MBBS with video lectures by world-class professors, recall & USMLE-style questions and textbook articles. Create your free account now: http://lectur.io/nutrition1 ► INSTALL our free Lecturio app iTunes Store: https://app.adjust.com/z21zrf Play Store: https://app.adjust.com/b01fak ► READ TEXTBOOK ARTICLES related to this video: Energy Balance and Thermoregulation of Humans http://lectur.io/regulationarticle ► SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel: http://lectur.io/subscribe ► WATCH MORE ON YOUTUBE: http://lectur.io/playlists ► LET’S CONNECT: • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lecturio.medical.education.videos • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lecturio_medical_videos • Twitter: https://twitter.com/LecturioMed
Total Daily Energy Expenditure
What is TDEE and how do you determine it? This video follows Joe and Anna, the average man and woman from the USA, to get an idea of how much energy we expend. Steemit article: https://steemit.com/science/@altherion/total-daily-energy-expenditure Contact: https://steemit.com/@altherion https://twitter.com/FoodLabScience https://www.facebook.com/FoodLabScience/ Media: Pixabay and Unsplash FoodLabScience, a scientist's food for thought.
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TDEE Calculator - Find Out How Much Energy You Burn | Tiger Fitness
SUBSCRIBE to our channel: http://bit.ly/subTigerFitness Keep it healthy at home with our Cooking w/Kara Playlist! http://bit.ly/cookwkara Calculate your TDEE Here... http://bit.ly/TFTDEE TDEE is your total daily energy expenditure. By knowing how many calories you burn per day, it makes it easier to structure a meal plan and your daily calorie intake. Maximize your body composition by knowing your TDEE. Optimize the fat burning and/or muscle building process. Comment below and let us know your TDEE. Also, make sure to tell the Tiger Fitness community if you believe a TDEE calculator is accurate. Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/446290002455932/ Keep Up With Us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tigerfitness/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tigerfitnessonline Twitter: https://twitter.com/tigerfitnesscom Get Tiger Fit! Tiger Fitness has some of the best solutions to meet your fitness goals! We have Fat Burners, Pre-Workout, Protein bars, boosters and more! See how you can get in the best shape of your life here: https://www.tigerfitness.com/ For Business: [email protected] Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/446290002455932/ Sign up for the Tiger Fitness newsletter: https://www.tigerfitness.com/newsletter-signup About Tiger Fitness: NEW VIDEOS DAILY! Fitness channel led by TigerFitness.com CMO/MTS Nutrition CEO Marc Lobliner covering all topics related to fitness, current events and the best ways to help you reach your goals! TDEE Calculator - Find Out How Much Energy You Burn | Tiger Fitnesshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnohPObxZmE Tiger Fitness https://www.youtube.com/user/TheTigerFitness
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Daily Energy Expenditure - Where do we spend our calories?
There's so much information on weight loss, but how are our calories actually spent. Here I talk about where your body burns it's calories over a daily basis and how to select the correct strategy for you.
What is Total Daily Energy Expenditure
Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) is an important number when it comes to losing and gaining weight. In this video we will dive into TDEE to find out what exactly that number is, how to calculate it and how we can use it to lose weight. Cheers, Sam
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) - Explained - Part 1
https://isolatorfitness.com/bmr-calculator Dr. Liz Lane explains the basics of Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), how to calculate, and what it means for you. PART 2 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52ehhShL8vc&feature=youtu.be Basal Metabolic Rate is the amount of energy one expends while at rest and there are several ways to increase your BMR so that you burn more calories at rest throughout the day. Check out https://isolatorfitness.com/bmr-calculator to calculate your BMR
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TDEE Calculator - Calculate Total Daily Energy Expenditure
Best Ever & very easy to use Tdee calculator to calculate your total daily energy expenditure Download from Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tdee.calculator.tracker
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How Are Calories Burned - Metabolic Rate & Energy Expenditure
How are calories burned? In this video we talk about metabolic rate and how calories are burned through difference processes both exercise and non-exercise related. Energy balance is an interesting concept and I try and simplify it by using the energy in energy out formula. The energy out refers to the TDEE and we will cover about the components that make up the TDEE briefly. TDEE - Total Daily Energy Expenditure BMR - Basal Metabolic Rate (RMR) TEF - Thermic Effect of Food TEA - Thermic Effect of Activity NEAT - Non-exercise Associated/Activity Thermogenesis The rest of Lyle's article can be seen here: Article by Lyle McDonald on Body Recomposition http://bit.ly/19LLz3D **Intro created by Kenny Gonzales** KGB graphics http://www.facebook.com/KGBart?ref=ts&fref=ts Kenn's YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/cashmoney503 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/11NXZoZ INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/mattyfusaro TWITTER: https://twitter.com/FusaroFitness ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ FusaroFitness Mailing Address: Matty Fusaro P.O. BOX 1746 Rocky Point, NY 11778 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Message about monetization: This is an original video made by me and I own rights to all the content. I created this video with my own camera and used the editing software by Apple Final Cut Pro X. It contains no movies or tv visuals. I own all the pictures in it. There are no video games or performances. Tags/Topics Covered muscles exercise diet nutrition muscle weight weights "weight loss" "fat loss" bodybuilding routine bulk cut routine lifting fitness weight workout gym chest sixpack body flexing training health supplements creatine nutrition tips advice bodybuilder beginner IF "bodyweight" strength diet food fit howto "workout advice" "lose fat" conditioning tips "key to gaining muscle","progressive overload", metabolism, "meal timing" "meal frequency" "metabolic rate"
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Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) Explained
Dr Kiel explains the basal metabolic rate. MORE HEALTH EDUCATION: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt6puIp2CPGX8ilSikABEAc0wiS-slL-h READ MORE https://www.healthydocs.net/home/2017/basal-metabolic-rate-bmr-explained Please like, subscribe, comment and share! SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrJohnKiel FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/medicinelifestyle TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LifestyleMedYou In this video I discuss basal metabolic rate (BMR). You can use BMR to evaluate the calories burned by your body on a daily basis, and then determine how many calories you need to eat to reach your personal goals. Basal metabolic rate is the baseline calorie consumption of your body in a 24 hour period, regardless of any level of physical exercise or dietary intake. Terms that you may hear include thermogenesis, total daily energy expenditure (TDEE), resting energy expenditure (REE), thermic effect of food (TEF), activity energy expenditure (AEE) and resting metabolic rate (RMR). These terms help you describe how much energy or calories your body burns. You could also say consume, digest, utilize to describe that metabolic activity.
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TDEE - (Total Daily Energy Expenditure)
Hello, I hope this video helps some people out! Lean your TDEE so you can start making your fitness dreams into a reality! TDEE Calculator: http://www.iifym.com/tdee-calculator/ My Fitness Pal: https://www.myfitnesspal.com Obese to Beast: https://www.youtube.com/user/ObesetoBeast
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Assessment of Energy Expenditure
Subject: Food and Nutrition Paper: Nutrition, Wellness and Fitness Module: Assessment of Energy Expenditure Content Writer: Dr. Tejender Kaur Sarna
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Total Daily Energy Expenditure - How to know how many calories you need to lose weight
This is a follow up to my BMR video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSDXJnIGanc Your Total Daily Energy Expenditure can help you determine how many calories you should be eating to lose weight. All you need to do is be in a healthy calorie deficit but also eat the right macro ranges so you feel well. Marci Barker is a certified Personal Trainer (NCCPT), group fitness instructor (AFAA), and has a bachelor's degree in physical education and health with a teaching license. If you are interested in BMR, you may enjoy this leg workout I recently did as well: https://youtu.be/3ozmI0o7f_A Thank you for watching Please LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE to my channel. I would love to stay connected with you. https://www.facebook.com/MarciBarkerFitness https://www.instagram.com/MarciBarkerFitness http://www.marcibarker.com Please leave me comment of what kind of workouts you would like to see in the future. ♥ ♥ ♥ Marci Barker
Total Daily Energy Expenditure and Weight Loss
A brief overview of Total Daily Energy Expenditure and its components. How does this effect your ability to lose weight? Dr. Oscar Hernandez www.mymetromed.com 305.279.3502 https://www.facebook.com/MetromedMiami
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Basal Metabolic Rate (What's the Average BMR?)
Your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), also know as your Basal Energy Expenditure (BEE) is an estimate of the energy your body uses at rest. It’s measured in a dark room, after waking, in a fasted state to ensure that it only includes the energy used during resting metabolic process. Typically about 60% of our total energy needs come from resting metabolism (see above), but this varies greatly depending on our activity level. The average basal metabolic rate (BMR) for American women is about 1,350 calories while for a man its roughly 1,750. In this video we look at how important your basal metabolic rate is as a share of total energy expenditure, how your body uses energy at rest and what the average basal metabolic rate (BMR) is for men and women. For the 5 Simple Strategies Cheat Sheet click below: https://fitfolk.com/5ss/
Daily Energy Expenditure
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Resting Metabolic Rate Calculator -- The Formula To Calculate Resting Metabolic Rate
Click Here: http://restingmetabolicratecalculator.com/ Calculating RMR to Lose Weight If you are interested in long lasting weight loss then there are some things you will need to know about your body. One of the most important parts of losing weight is knowing how many daily calories your body burns. Many people spend time counting the calories that they take in, but don't bother to figure out how many calories they are burning. This balance between energy taken in and energy burned is the key factor to losing weight and keeping it off. Most people understand the Energy In side of the equation but it is also important to understand the Energy Out side of the Energy Balance equation. The first step to losing weight and keeping it off is understanding your RMR. What is RMR? RMR is the amount of calories your body burns each day. Since you will need to burn more calories than you take in to lose weight, it is vital to understand how to calculate this number. First, let's look at the three ways our bodies burn calories, which is known as the Total Daily Energy Expenditure or TDEE: 1. Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR): All humans need to burn a certain amount of calories just to stay alive and maintain proper body functions. This number depends largely on the size of the person and how quickly their body's metabolism works. 2. Thermic Effect of Food (TEF): This is the amount of calories it takes to metabolize food. It usually makes up about ten percent of the total caloric burn in a given day. This number doesn't vary. 3. Voluntary Physical Activity Level (PAL): This is the part of caloric burn that you can control. If you are really interested in losing weight and keeping it off then PAL is the most important and controllable factor. People that do not exercise regularly usually have a PAL that is 55% above their RMR. Getting PAL higher is the best way to lose weight. The RMR Equation The first thing you will need to do to calculate your caloric burn is to estimate your RMR. By knowing your RMR you can calculate your TDEE, which is a good first step to losing weight. For example, if we know that RMR is around 1,600 calories a day then we can predict that TDEE will be around 2,480 calories per day. First we need to calculate your RMR. It is important to note that we are making predictions, which should be close but are not exact. This first calculation will help you build a weight loss program. Men calculate RMR with the following equation: (9.99 x weight (kg)) + (6.25 x height (cm)) -- (4.92 x age) + 5=RMR Females can calculate their RMR with this equation: (9.99 x weight (kg)) + (6.25 x height (cm)) -- (4.92 x age) -161=RMR Be sure to get accurate measurements of both your height and weight. These two pieces of information, along with your sex and age, will determine your RMR. Most people are able to predict their RMR within 5% of the direct measurements done in a laboratory. Once you know RMR you can figure out how many calories you will need to burn during PAL in order to lose weight. Click Here: http://restingmetabolicratecalculator.com/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6P553CfHIU
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How to easy calculate your total daily energy expenditure.
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Flab2fit: Ep-03 - CALORIE CALCULATION (All body types)
This episode will guide you to calculate the total calorie spent by a person per day (Total energy expenditure). The uniqueness of this calculation is that it will enable viewers to calculate TEE for all body types/age group/height etc. Once TEE is calculated, calorie consumption per day can be calculated for people who wish to lose weight. Times Of India: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/health-fitness/weight-loss/yoga-and-lemon-water-helped-this-womans-32-kg-weight-loss/articleshow/63880549.cms Times NOW: http://hindi.timesnownews.com/health/article/yoga-and-lemon-water-helped-this-woman-lose-32-kilos/220777 Dainik Jagran: https://www.herzindagi.com/hindi/fitness/yoga-and-lemon-water-are-helpful-in-losing-weight-article-29581 HealthifyMe App: Apple store: https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/healthifyme-weight-loss-coach/id943712366?mt=8 Play store (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.healthifyme.basic&hl=en
Views: 661 Arpit Srivastava
Are Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) Calculators Accurate?
One of my viewers had some great questions about using online TDEE calculators. Are they accurate? Should you manipulate the numbers week to week when variables change? In this video I discuss my experiences and recommendations. Some calories tracking sites/apps have built in TDEE calculators. I've been playing with this one on the Macro Fit site. I like it because it allows you to plug in your current caloric intake which most other calculators ignore. Link here: http://www.macrofit.com/macro-calculator/#
Views: 856 Andrea Jengle
The Math Behind Weight Loss - TDEE, RMR, BMR
Hello all! This video is going through the math behind weight loss! What's your BMR? RMR? TDEE? How does this play a role in weight loss? How do you pick it all? I go over this in detail here! Calculator: http://www.barbellsandbeakers.com/2016/10/26/tdee-calculator/ Home gym video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCwHHuwLTpA Questions about what a superset is?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=himPLagaf3E Website: Barbellsandbeakers.com Camera: Sony A5000 Video editing: Filmora
Views: 5643 Courtney Deer
https://www.diethealthsupplements.com/tdee-calculator-bmr-calculator/ TDEE CALCULATOR (TOTAL DAILY ENERGY EXPENDITURE) - BMR CALCULATOR FOR WOMEN BMR CALCULATOR FOR MEN (BASAL METABOLIC RATE) How to calculate TDEE How To Calculate BMR Calculate BMR for women Calculate BMR for Men BMR calculator to lose weight
Views: 303 Alex Martin
What Is Total Daily Energy Expenditure?
Learn about TDEE, how to find yours and what to do with it.
Views: 108 Danny Joe
How many CALORIES DO I NEED DAILY? (Hindi / Punjabi)
An often asked question, what is calories? and how do we calculate how to take it. In this short tutorial we talked about how to count your daily calorie intake. Note: 50g Sugar is 210 Calories. Hope you like this video. Make sure to share this video! Visit our website: http://www.mybollywoodbody.com Follow us on: https://www.facebook.com/mybollywoodbody https://www.twitter.com/mybollywoodbody https://instagram.com/mybollywoodbody If you have questions, message us on our Facebook page.
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How To Calculate Calories For Weight Loss (How Many Do You Need?)
Meal Planning Mastery: http://mealplanningmastery.com Free Meal Plan: http://nutritionandfitness.net/free-meal-plan/ Books: http://www.amazon.com/author/felixharder -----SOCIAL MEDIA----- Blog: http://nutritionandfitness.net Facebook Group: goo.gl/tQQMmm Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/simplemuscle Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nutritionandfitnessnet/ READ THE ARTICLE http://nutritionandfitness.net/determine-your-tdee-daily-calorie-needs-for-weight-loss/ DESCRIPTION Calculating your calorie intake for your fat loss diet has a lot of beginners confused. There are so many formulas and strategies out there that you can easily get lost. But here is the good news. It's actually a really simple process and you can do it in less than 5 minutes. Let me show you exactly how. The main driver of weight loss is a calorie deficit. It is achieved by consuming less energy than your body expands on a daily basis. Creating a calorie deficit is fairly simple and can be summarized like this: 1. Calculate your Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) 2. Subtract a certain percentage from your TDEE 3. Adjust your deficit along the way 1. Calculating Your Total Daily Energy Expenditure Your TDEE describes the number of calories that your body burns in one day. It is calculated by estimating how many calories you burn while resting (= Basal Metabolic Rate or BMR) and adding a certain number of calories on top, depending on how often you exercise. If you consume roughly the same amount of calories as your TDEE you will maintain your current. If you consume more calories than your TDEE you will gain weight and if you consume fewer calories than your TDEE you will lose weight.  The simplest method of calculating your TDEE is by using an online calculator such as the one I linked here. It will ask you for your age, weight, height and weekly exercise. While the result will not be 100% accurate – since we all have different metabolisms and BMRs – it will give you a good starting point. Finding Your TDEE Through Trial & Error If the online calculator is not exact enough for you or you feel the value you got from it is a little off you want to do the following: Use the estimated TDEE value and consume this number of calories every day for a week or two. Next weight yourself every day (naked & on an empty stomach) and monitor changes in weight. If you are losing weight, the estimated TDEE was too low and you should increase it by 100 calories. If you are gaining weight, the estimated TDEE was too high and you should decrease it by 100 calories. Continue this strategy until your weight stagnates which is the point where you have found your true TDEE. To make things easier for you let’s take the example of a man who weighs 180lb, is 6 foot (or 180cm) tall and 25 years old. If we assume he trains 3 to 4 times a week at high intensity, his TDEE will lie anywhere between 2500 and 2700 calories per day. You would then start with one of the two values and diet accordingly for about 10 days to two weeks. If, after this period, he sees that he is gaining weight he would have to decrease the initial calorie value and if he is losing weight increase it. 2. Creating A Calorie Deficit The second step involves subtracting a certain percentage from your TDEE to create a calorie deficit. Online you will hear a lot of different opinions about what the ideal calorie deficit looks like. In general, there are three classifications of calorie deficits: Small: 10-15% below TDEE Moderate: 20-25% below TDEE Large: more than 25% below TDEE Now some people will recommend a small deficit and some will recommend a moderate one. Very few coaches recommend a large deficit because it just creates a lot of problems with hunger and crash dieting. So the argument for a small deficit is usually that it will lead to less muscle loss. But the thing is if you keep your protein intake high moderate calorie deficits don't necessarily mean more muscle loss. Also, a moderate calorie deficit will get you results a lot quicker than a small one, which is especially important for people who need to see progress to motivate themselves. That's why I generally recommend a moderate deficit of 20%-25% below TDEE.  So if your TDEE is 2500 calorie you would subtract 20% of that and get 2000 calories as your ideal calorie intake for weight loss. It’s really that easy. 3. Adjust Your Diet The last step is adjusting your diet over time. As you lose weight your calorie needs will actually decrease. That means the lighter you get the less food your body needs to maintain it's weight. Therefore you want to redo these calculations every few weeks. Working with the wrong calorie intake is one of the main reasons people hit weight loss plateaus.  And that's it. Use this 3-step method to calculate your calories to lose weight and you have one of the most important steps in your diet done in under 5 minutes. Music: Tobu - Seven [NCS Release] https://youtu.be/h18gwLKQf_Q
Building Your Meal Plan! Learn How To Calculate Protein, Carb & Fat Daily Intake For Your Goals!
(0:26)- Link To Meal Planner: https://muscularstrength.com/mealplan (0:40)- What you need to know! (1:00)- My Info & Calculations (2:41)- Protein Multiplier (3:27)- Fat Multiplier (4:12)- Converting Macros from GRAMS to CALORIES (5:19)- Carb Multiplier (6:41)- My Daily MACROS! (7:59)- Carb Intake Guidelines (9:09)- My FINAL Daily MACROS! (10:22)- Promo Code For FREE One Month Trial of my meal plan! *READ FULL ARTICLE WITH PHOTOS* https://muscularstrength.com/article/building-your-meal-plan-calculate-protein-carbohydrates-fat The MEAL PLAN! It seems like this topic has been blown so out of proportion, with so many different “tricks” over the years, that a lot of us just say “whatever” when it comes to counting their calories and macros. The most often words spoken are: “I’ll just east clean.” When it comes to reaching your goals, having a well thought out meal plan is imperative and finding the right ratios of protein, carbs, and fat is much easier than you have been lead to believe. To begin, you will need to know the following information. Weight: Body Fat %: Basil Metabolic Rate - BMR (Calculator Link) At Rest: In Motion: For the purpose of this article, I will be using my own information as an example. My Info: Weight: 171 lbs Bodyfat %: 7% (0.07) BMR At Rest: 1,832 calories In Motion: 2,840 calories Once you have this information it’s time to do some calculations. First, we will need to see how much of your bodyweight is FAT WEIGHT. FAT WEIGHT = Weight x Bodyfat % My FAT WEIGHT: 171 lbs x 0.07 = 12 lbs Next we are going to use this number to find yourLEAN WEIGHT. LEAN WEIGHT = Weight – Fat Weight My LEAN WEIGHT = 171 lbs – 12lbs = 159 lbs We will also need to find your AVERAGE BMR. This will tell us how many calories you need to burn a day in order to maintain your current bodyweight. The AVERAGE BMR is the average between your BMR In Motion and BMR At Rest. Both these numbers can be obtained on the SHF site LINK TO BMR. AVERAGE BMR = (BMR In Motion + BMR At Rest ) / 2 My AVERAGE BMR: (2,840 calories + 1,832 calories) / 2 = 2,336 calories Now let’s quickly recap with all the numbers we just gathered. My Info: Weight: 171 lbs Bodyfat %: 7% (0.07) Fat Weight: 12 lbs Lean Weight: 159 lbs BMR: 2,336 calories Once you have all the information you need, we are going to calculate your PROTEIN & FAT intake for the day based on your GOAL and LEAN WEIGHT. Protein Multiplier This multiplier will tell you how much protein you need to ingest per day according to your goal. Goal: Maintain / Lose Weight Ingest 1 gram per pound of lean weight My protein intake goal = 1 x 159 lbs = 159 grams Goal: Gain Muscle Ingest 1.5 grams per pound of lean weight My protein intake goal = 1.5 x 159 lbs = 239 grams Fat Multiplier This multiplier will tell you how much fat you need to ingest per day according to your goal. Goal: Maintain / Lose Weight Ingest 0.35 grams per pound of lean weight My fat intake goal = 0.35 x 159lbs = 56 grams Goal: Gain Muscle Ingest 0.5 grams per pound of lean weight My fat intake goal = 0.5 x 159lbs = 80 grams My goal is to gain muscle, so I will be using the GAIN MUSCLE multipliers. My Daily Protein & Fat Intake Goals: Protein: 239 grams Fat: 80 grams Now that I know how much protein and fat I need to consume per day, the next step involves converting GRAMS to CALORIES. This will help me calculate how many calories are being taken by protein and fat per day and will help me determine how many calories are left over for carbohydrate intake. Below is a chart that will explain how many calories there are per 1 gram of each macronutrient. Converting Macros from GRAMS to CALORIES Protein: 1 gram = 4 calories Carbs: 1 gram = 4 calories Fat: 1 gram = 9 calories I will now use this chart to calculate my TOTAL CALORIES being ingested from Protein & Fat. Protein in Calories 239 grams X 4 calories = 956 calories Fat in Calories 80 grams X 9 calories = 720 calories Total Calories from PROTEIN & FAT 956 calories + 720 calories = 1,676 calories We are now going to use this number to determine your carb intake based on your goal. But in order to do this we will need to adjust your AVERAGE BMR to reflect your goal. *CONTINUE READING HERE* https://muscularstrength.com/article/building-your-meal-plan-calculate-protein-carbohydrates-fat Program Selector - Get The Right Program For You! - https://muscularstrength.com/Program-Selector ---------------------------------------- Subscribe To My Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/ScottHermanFitness ---------------------------------------- 1 on 1 Online Coaching - http://muscularstrength.com/consultations ---------------------------------------- DOWNLOAD MY APP! – iPhone & Android! https://muscularstrength.com/phoneapp ---------------------------------------- MORE TIPS! - https://www.instagram.com/ScottHermanFitness
Views: 1100913 ScottHermanFitness
What is total enegy expenditure(Tee)-Basal metabolic rate(Bmr)-Thermic effect in weight loss
what total energy expenditure(Tdee)-Basal metabolic rate(Bmr)- and its effect in weight loss.............. In his video we will talk about what is basal metabolic rate and total energy expenditure and resting energy expenditure and how its help in weight loss and weight gain and calories,macros calculation and what are thermic effects of foods with bmr and total energy expenditure. Our website:-----https://www.vikasfitnessguide.com/ Also subscribe for more videos about fitness .............. https://www.youtube.com/VikasFitnessGuide FOLLOW US ON---https://www.instagram.com/vikasfitnessguide/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Vikas-Fitness-Guide-605124986350392/ Thank you for watching the video ........................... #totaldailyenergyexpenditure #totalenergyexpenditure #tee #metabolicrate #restingenergyexpenditure
Views: 283 Vikas Fitness Guide
How to calculate you PERSONAL macros
Using the Harris-Benedict equation, you can calculate your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) based on your height, weight, and age. By assessing your activity level, determine your Total daily energy expenditure (TDEE), calculate the % deficit or surplus for weight loss or muscle gain. Then calculate your macro %.
Fitness Friday - Your Metabolism - 3/16/12.flv
Fitness Friday -- 3/16/12 -- Understanding Your "Metabolism" Happy St. Patrick's Day! Let's face it...everyone's a little Irish tomorrow and traditionally that means enjoying a green beer (or two). If you plan to celebrate, why not rev up that metabolism and burn off those calories before the festivities. BUT what exactly is your "metabolism"? People can be the same height and weight, have the same BMI, and even fit into the same pair of jeans, but have very different muscle-to-fat proportions, making one person the calorie-burning equivalent of a Bic lighter and the other of a blowtorch. Wink News Fitness Expert Mike Drumm is here today to explain the basics of your metabolism, the different factors that affect it, and an easy way to calculate your metabolic rate. What exactly is your Metabolism If I had a dollar of every time I heard that "Metabolism" was to blame for weight gain I would be rich  however, there is truth in the statement... understanding what your Metabolic Rate is will give most people an eye opener as to how what you eat and how often you exercise control your caloric balance. So you control your Metabolism, it does not control you. Metabolism is the body's way of converting food into energy, and then using that energy to sustain and build the body. It takes a complex and interrelated series of chemical and physical processes to accomplish that. 65% of those calories are used up for 24-7 functions like breathing and circulation¬ -- the top burners are your brain, liver, heart, and kidneys -- with another 10% devoted to the process of digesting the very foods that may have given you that muffin top in the first place. The remaining 25 percent of the calories you burn can be chalked up to the physical activity you do in a day -- not just spinning class but every move you make! Your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) Understanding your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is a way to estimate your daily calorie needs based on your gender, height, weight, age, and activity level. However, frame size, medications, health conditions, body fat percentage, and other factors can change your calorie needs significantly. If you have questions about your overall calorie requirements, check with your health care provider. MORE MUSCLE = FASTER METABOLISM You've heard it before: The more muscle you have, the more calories you burn. In fact, lean tissues, including organs and muscles, on average burn 14 calories a pound a day, while fat only burns about three calories per pound. It's the amount of muscle in you that determines the overall speed of your resting metabolism -- the amount you burn just sitting around -- and some of us are born with an edge in the amount of muscle fibers we've got. But don't blame bad genes for your extra flab. What Affects Your Metabolism It's your environment -- that is, food and activity -- that ultimately determine your weight. And there's plenty you can do to not only add muscle but also maximize your metabolism along the way. A person's metabolism varies with their physical condition and activity. *Weight training can have a longer impact on metabolism than aerobic training, How to Calculate your Basil Metabolic Rate The BMR formula uses the variables of height, weight, age and gender to calculate the Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR). Remember, leaner bodies need more calories than less leaner ones. Therefore, this equation will be very accurate in all but the very muscular (will underestimate calorie needs) and the very fat (will over-estimate calorie needs). Women: BMR = 655 + ( 4.35 x weight in pounds ) + ( 4.7 x height in inches ) - ( 4.7 x age in years ) Men: BMR = 66 + ( 6.23 x weight in pounds ) + ( 12.7 x height in inches ) - ( 6.8 x age in year ) Harris Benedict Formula The Harris Benedict Equation is a formula that uses your BMR and then applies an activity factor to determine your total daily energy expenditure (calories). To determine your total daily calorie needs, multiply your BMR by the appropriate activity factor, as follows: 1. If you are sedentary (little or no exercise) : BMR x 1.2 2. If you are lightly active (light exercise/sports 1-3 days/week) : BMR x 1.375 3. If you are moderatetely active (moderate exercise/sports 3-5 days/week) : BMR x 1.55 4. If you are very active (hard exercise/sports 6-7 days a week) : BMR x 1.725 5. If you are extra active (very hard exercise/sports & physical job or 2x training) : BMR x 1.9 Total Calorie Needs Example If you are sedentary, multiply your BMR (1745) by 1.2 = 2094. This is the total number of calories you need in order to maintain your current weight. Once you know the number of calories needed to maintain your weight, you can easily calculate the number of calories you need to eat in order to gain or lose weight:
Views: 891 Mike Drumm
Energy intake vs energy used
Find out what happens if energy intake and energy used is out of balance
Views: 735 LSGScience
What is Total Daily Energy Expenditure?
TDEE is an important concept to understand for fitness and weight loss. High levels of TDEE is heavily correlated good health.
How To Calculate TDEE
Learn how to calculate your total daily energy expenditure also known as TDEE. One you know your TDEE you can maintain weight, gain weight or lose weight by adjusting your TDEE up or down. Stop Struggling with losing weight and get my Free printable PDF Keto weight loss guide: https://howtolosebellyfatwithoutexercise.com/lp-ytb1/
NIC 23: Accurate Measure of Exercise Caloric Expenditure
REUPLOAD! Reason: I made a small mistake that my professor pointed out and in an effort to be a reliable, accurate source of information, I reuploaded with the correction I saw fit. Summary in Article: "Treadmill calorie count is wildly inaccurate, but using the ACSM metabolic equations for walking and running, we can get a better account of energy expended. Knowing weight, speed, grade, and time spent exercising (with the correct units of measurement), we are better prepared to estimate VO2. Once VO2 has been estimated, we can learn our individual caloric expenditure with a manipulation of these four variables." Article: http://www.omnifocusfitness.com/#!running-and-calories/kr8s3 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OmniFocusFitness
Views: 454 Physionic
NIC 48b: What is Direct Calorimetry?
Article & References: http://www.physionic.org/calories-and-calorimtery Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PhysionicYouTube/ Twitter: PhysionicYT IG: Physionic_YouTube Summary: "Direct calorimetry was the first way to determine the calorie amount of a particular food and/or metabolic caloric expenditure of a mammal [6]. It is still used to determine the calories in food items, and is understood as the “gold standard” of calorimetry, because it allows for little error [2][5]. This method of calorimetry was discovered by a French chemist by the name of Antoine Lavoisier in the 18th century. He noticed something that we have previously discussed – we emit heat. Using this knowledge, he created some of the first direct calorimeters, and these calorimeters are still used today. The direct calorimeters he built were built so as to allow an animal to be placed in the middle of an insulated “room” or “box”. The room was surrounded by ice, and he was able to measure the amount of ice that melted over a period of time and relate that back to the amount of heat given off by the animal [6]. Water equaled heat used, and heat used equaled calories. This method is considered direct, because the subject has a direct impact, via heat production, on the exact measurement of energy being produced. Later calorimeters use this idea to quantify human metabolism by sticking a person inside of an insulated room, having them stay still, and then measuring the heat displacement from the person, inside the insulated room, to the water surrounding the room (other versions exist, as well) [6]. If all other variables are controlled for, like consumption of food, activity, and even oxygen levels, this reading shown in the increase in water temperature is accurately and reliably related to heat given off by the person within the chamber [6]." To support (for free), simply SUBSCRIBE, SHARE, AND/OR LIKE the video/channel - thank you! #nutrition #directcalorimetry #calorimetry #exercisephysiology
Views: 4648 Physionic

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