Lower sedentary metabolic rate in women compared with men.

@article{Ferraro1992LowerSM,
  title={Lower sedentary metabolic rate in women compared with men.},
  author={Robert T. Ferraro and Stephen Lillioja and A. M. Fontvieille and Russell Rising and Clifton Bogardus and Eric Ravussin},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1992},
  volume={90 3},
  pages={780-4}
}
Since females have a greater prevalence of obesity compared with males, the question arises whether females have lower metabolic rate than males after adjusting for differences in body weight and composition. 24-h energy expenditure (24EE), basal metabolic rate (BMR), and sleeping metabolic rate (SMR) were measured in a respiratory chamber in 235 healthy, nondiabetic Caucasian subjects (114 males, 121 females). Body composition was determined by hydrodensitometry. 24EE was 124 +/- 38 kcal/d (P… CONTINUE READING
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