Energy expenditure in overweight and obese adults in affluent societies: an analysis of 319 doubly-labelled water measurements.

@article{Prentice1996EnergyEI,
  title={Energy expenditure in overweight and obese adults in affluent societies: an analysis of 319 doubly-labelled water measurements.},
  author={Ann Prentice and Alison E. Black and Williams Coward and T. Jeffrey Cole},
  journal={European journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1996},
  volume={50 2},
  pages={
          93-7
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To describe the relationship between graded levels of obesity and free-living energy expenditure in men and women in affluent societies. DESIGN Analysis of 319 measurements of energy expenditure in adults aged 18-64 years. The variables analysed were: total energy expenditure (TEE, assessed by the doubly-labelled water method); measured basal metabolic rate (BMR); activity energy expenditure (AEE, derived as TEE-BMR); and physical activity level (PAL, derived as TEE/BMR). Results… CONTINUE READING

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