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  • Gail R. Goldberg, Alison E. Black, +4 authors Andrew M Prentice
  • Medicine
  • European journal of clinical nutrition
  • 1991 (First Publication: 1 December 1991)
  • This paper uses fundamental principles of energy physiology to define minimum cut-off limits for energy intake below which a person of a given sex, age and body weight could not live a normalExpand
  • Andrew M Prentice, Susan A Jebb
  • Medicine
  • Obesity reviews : an official journal of the…
  • 2001 (First Publication: 1 August 2001)
  • Body mass index (BMI) is the cornerstone of the current classification system for obesity and its advantages are widely exploited across disciplines ranging from international surveillance toExpand
  • G. B. Spurr, Andrew M Prentice, Peter R. Murgatroyd, Gail R. Goldberg, Julio C. Reina, N T Christman
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of clinical nutrition
  • 1988 (First Publication: 1 September 1988)
  • Total daily energy expenditure (TDEE) and energy expended in activity (EAC) were estimated by the minute-by-minute heart-rate method in 22 (16 men, 6 women) individually calibrated subjects andExpand
  • Alison E. Black, Gail R. Goldberg, Susan A Jebb, M Barbara E Livingstone, T. Jeffrey Cole, Andrew M Prentice
  • Medicine
  • European journal of clinical nutrition
  • 1991 (First Publication: 29 November 1991)
  • The fundamental principles of energy physiology were used to evaluate the validity of reported energy intake (EI) in 37 published dietary studies of adults providing 68 subgroups when classifiedExpand
  • S M Ceesay, Andrew M Prentice, +4 authors G. B. Spurr
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The British journal of nutrition
  • 1989 (First Publication: 1 March 1989)
  • 1. A modified heart rate (HR) method for predicting total energy expenditure (TEE) was cross-validated against whole-body calorimetry (CAL). Minute-by-minute HR was converted to energy expenditureExpand