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Body Composition/BMR Lab

Nutrition for Health

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1. Measure your height _________ inches (1) _________cm (1)

2. Weigh yourself:  _________ pounds (1) ________ kg (1)

3. Measure your waist circumference.

Your waist circumference __________(in inches) (1)

4. Recommended waist circumference in inches for your gender___________(1)

5. Calculate your BMI_____________ (show calculation below) (1)

6. What does a BMI of 25-29.9 indicate? _______ (1) 30-39.9? __________(1)

7. What are the specific adverse health implications of a WC >35” in women or >40” in men? (1)

8. Make an assessment of your health risk based on your BMI & waist circumference. You must address both for full credit. (2)

9. Calculate your BMR using the BMR worksheet (you will need to download this separately)

BMR + activity (this represents the amount of energy you need each day to maintain your weight) __ ________(1). This number should be larger than your calculated BMR

10. State how your calculated energy needs for one day reflects your current weight? Are you in positive or negative energy balance? Or are you IN energy balance based on your needs, your current intake (use the calorie intake records from previous assignments) and your weight.(2)

Determining Your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)

To determine your basal metabolic rate (BMR), the number of calories your body burns at rest.

Women:

1. Begin with a base of 655 calories. 655

2. Multiply your weight (in pounds) x 4.3. ______

3. Multiply your height (in inches) x 4.7. ______

4. Add together the totals of 1, 2, and 3. ______

5. Multiply your age by 4.7. ______

6. Subtract result of 5 from total of 4. ______

This number is your BMR (basal metabolic rate)

Men:

1. Begin with a base of 66 calories. 66

2. Multiply your weight (in pounds) x 6.3. ______

3. Multiply your height (in inches) x 12.7. ______

4. Add together the totals of 1, 2, and 3. ______

5. Multiply your age by 6.8. ______

6. Subtract result of 5 from total of 4. ______

This number is your BMR

B. To determine your total energy requirements, the total number of calories you burn during the day OR additional calories burned by activity:

BMR______ x 30% (less active days)  OR

BMR______ x 40% (more active days)

Add BMR from step A with calories burned from step B. This equals your BMR.

Example:

Step A:

Julia, a 20 year old who weighs 135 pounds and is 65 inches tall:

1. Use Base of 655

2. Weight of 135 pounds x 4.3 = 580.5

3. Height of 65 inches x 4.7= 305.58

4. Add 655 + #2 + #3 = 1541

5. Age of 20 x 4.7= 94

6. Subtract age factor (94) from #4: 1541-94= BMR = 1447

Step B:

Energy requirements = BMR + activity factor

BMR 1447 x 30% (this is the activity factor for Julia—you can use any number, depending on your activity level—see text – p. 300-301)

434.1 = approximate calories burned on inactive day

1447 + 434 = 1881 calories burned on average day. (use whole numbers-not decimals)

What does this number tell you?

Julia needs to consume 1881 calories per day to maintain her weight. If she consumes more than this number, she will gain weight, if she consumes less, she will lose weight

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