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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/31/11 Review of Your Readings: Chapter 5 – Measurement and Estimation of Energy Expenditure During Rest and Physical Activity Part 1

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3/31/11 Total Daily Energy Expenditure 1. ____________________ 1. ____________________
3/31/11 Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) What is BMR? Why is BMR is difficult to measure? What can be measured instead? Or it can be estimated. How?

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3/31/11 Math Problems: Measuring RMR Kelly participated in Resting EE testing. Her average VO2 was 0.26 LO2•min-1 and average non-protein RQ was 0.75. Estimate her Resting EE for a 24-hour period.
3/31/11 Math Problems: Measuring RMR What is an alternative method of estimating BMR if it is not feasible to estimate BMR by measuring Resting EE via metabolic gas analysis?

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3/31/11 Math Problem: Estimating BMR On average, one consumes how much  oxygen at rest? Example : Estimate BMR for a 140-pound  female.
3/31/11 What is the Thermic Effect of Feeding (TEF)?

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