Energy expenditure determined by self-reported physical activity is related to body fatness.

@article{Buchowski1999EnergyED,
  title={Energy expenditure determined by self-reported physical activity is related to body fatness.},
  author={Maciej S Buchowski and K. M. Stuart Townsend and Kong Y. Chen and Sari A. Acra and Ming Sun},
  journal={Obesity research},
  year={1999},
  volume={7 1},
  pages={
          23-33
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Activity self-reports are a commonly used tool in assessing daily physical activity (PA) and associated energy expenditure (EE). This study examined the effect of relative body fatness (%BF) on differences between self-reported and measured duration and associated EE in healthy adults. RESEARCH METHODS AND PROCEDURES Men and women (n = 115, age 38+/-9 years), ranging in %BF from 7.9% to 58.9%, spent two separate days (normal and exercise) in a whole-room indirect calorimeter where… CONTINUE READING
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