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Resting Metabolic Rate Reliability

This research is being conducted to study the reliability of a method used to measure resting metabolic rate, or how much energy a person expends while at rest.


Resting Metabolic Rate Testing in Bariatric Surgery Patients

This study evaluates if measuring resting metabolic rate (the number of calories the body burns at rest) before surgery can help predict successful weight loss after surgery.

High Intensity Interval Circuit Training on Resting Metabolic Rate in Overweight Adults

This is the first study to examine changes in resting metabolic rate up to 72 hours following an exercise session, and how these changes may be affected by 12 weeks of high intensity interval circuit training (HIICT). Various training programs that have been implemented in previous studies have investigated changes in resting metabolic rate only for the first 2-8 hours following an exercise session. Briefly, the results of this study will provide insight into the following: ...


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Resting Metabolic Rate is a Predictor of Weight Regain?

he increasing prevalence of obesity in developed countries has also reached Brazil in the last two decades. Conventional treatments are not efficient to sustained weight loss and in some cases, weight reduction in individuals refractory to these methods. Bariatric surgery has been considered as the most efficient long-term treatment. However, numerous studies have reported weight regain in approximately 20% of patients, from the second year of surgery. The objective of this stu...

Assessing Dietary Requirements in Relation to Resting Metabolic Rate in Spinal Cord Injury

Assess the relationship between body composition, metabolism, and dietary needs in people with spinal cord injury compared to their healthy controls that are age and sex matched.

Impact of Protein Supplementation to Mother Milk on Resting Energy Expenditure (REE) in Growing Healthy Preterm Infants.

Resting Energy Expenditure is the amount of energy, usually expressed in Kcal required for a 24 hour period by the body during resting conditions. It is closely related to, but not identical to, basal metabolic rate. According to the ESPGHAN committee guidelines on enteral nutrient supply for preterm infants, which were published in 2010, the daily protein intake of extremely low birth weight infants shall be 4.5 g/kg/day, and for those above 1000g, 4 g/kg/day. In order to mee...

The Effect of Fat Mass, Fat-free Mass and Resting Metabolic Rate on Energy Intake

The present study was based on secondary analysis using the non-intervention control conditions of five separate studies with common measures. The current analysis examine the indirect and direct effects of fat-free mass, fat mass and resting metabolic rate on energy intake in individuals at or close to energy balance.

Physiological and Perceptual Effects of Music on Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR)

The objective of the study is to determine whether music has any effect on resting metabolic rate (RMR), which is the amount of energy expended at rest. There is currently conflicting research on how music affects RMR. One problem with RMR testing is that participants often fall asleep during the test. There can be a 5-10% difference in the metabolic rate between rest and sleep. If no change in RMR is observed, playing music during an RMR test could be a potential strategy to p...

Metabolic Effects of Differential Organ Growth Rates

Young children have a high resting energy expenditure (REE) relative to their body weight and metabolically active compartment, fat-free mass (FFM). Both body weight and FFM are, however, metabolically heterogeneous and include organs and tissues varying widely in specific metabolic rate (i.e., organ REE/kg/d). One prevailing hypothesis is that most, if not all, of the higher REE observed in young animals and children compared to adults can be accounted for by a larger proporti...

A Systematic Review on the Accuracy and Reliability the BodyGem/MedGem Metabolic Devices

With the number of individuals becoming overweight or obese, healthcare professionals are in need of accurate, reliable, and convenient tools to help personalize weight loss programs. Recently, a new indirect calorimeter (i.e. MedGem / BodyGem; aka “Gem”) was introduced as a convenient solution to determine resting metabolic rate (RMR) for assessment of daily energy needs. Several validation and comparison studies were conducted to determine if the Gem device is accurate an...

Energy Cost for Holding a MedGem® Indirect Calorimeter

The goal of this clinical protocol is to perform a randomized crossover study to determine the energy cost of holding the MedGem® device above a person's normal resting metabolic rate (RMR) compared to not holding the MedGem® device.

Effects of Overnight Low Oxygen Exposure on Energy Balance

This research study will evaluate changes in resting metabolic rate, appetite, and heart rate variability following overnight exposure (8 h/night) to normobaric hypoxia (NH) or normobaric normoxic (NN). In randomized order, participants will sleep one night in NH conditions (~15% oxygen; achieved with nitrogen dilution, equivalent to ~8500 feet elevation) and another night in NN (control) conditions (~20% oxygen; achieved with nitrogen dilution, equivalent to ~1000 feet elevati...

To Evaluate the Efficacy of Capsimax on Metabolic Rate

Capsimax™ is a proprietary Capsicum Extract that employs Beadlet Technology. In the previous study it has been used to investigate its effect in reducing body fat/weight and increase metabolic rate. In this study, Capsimax™ will be used to assess effect on Resting Energy Expenditure (REE) using Indirect Calorimetry.

The Metabolic Contribution of the Human Microbiota to Resting Energy Expenditure

The purpose of our study is to evaluate the metabolic contribution of the human microbiota to resting energy expenditure

Lifestyle Intervention Program in Overweight Medical Students

This study will be a randomized cross-over design over the course of 2 academic years. 40 subjects -20 overweight women and 20 over weight men will be recruited. Each subject will have body composition tested, blood lipid profile, and resting metabolic rate done in the beginning of the first academic year and at the end of the first academic year. The intervention group will receive activity trackers, diet counseling, and fitness counseling for one academic year. The second yea...

Long Term Effects of Weight Loss on Post-prandial Gut Hormone Responses and Meal Induced Thermogenesis

This is a protocol for the study of post-prandial gut peptide response and meal-induced thermogenesis in a group of 15 conservatively managed (through diet and excercise) morbidly obese individuals. During two separate visits in the study site, anthropometric data will be collected, resting metabolic rate will be measured, and the patients will undergo a panel of cardiovascular examinations (heart rate variability, baroreflex sensitivity, heart ultrasound). On a separate occasi...

Efficacy and Feasibility of an Intermittent Weight Loss Program.

The goal of the study is to measure the effect of an approach including phases of active weight loss broken by weight stabilisation periods (named intermittent weight loss) on the metabolic profile. First, the intermittent weight loss approach will contribute to create an artificial transitory steady state during the weight loss treatment that will help to minimize the adverse effects of the standard approach on muscle mass and resting metabolic rate. Second, despite a c...

HealtheTech Lifestyle Program

The purpose of the study is to determine the efficacy of resting metabolic rate (RMR) using BodyGem and BalanceLog in helping overweight and obese individuals manage their weight.

Effects of Caffeine and Coffee on Resting Metabolic Rate, Comparing Normal Weight Men to Obese Men

Background. The prevalence of obesity has increased in the last two decades. To maintain body weight energy expenditure (EE) should be equal to energy intake (EI). A low EE predisposes individuals to weight gain and to obesity that can also results from low resting metabolic rate (RMR). Caffeine (Caf) is an active food ingredient and is widely consumed globally, and has an important impact on energy balance. Caf reduces appetite (EI) and increases EE, thus, Caf has a potential ...

The Metabolic Effects of Short-term Walnut Consumption in Subjects With the Metabolic Syndrome

Walnuts include many potentially beneficial micronutrients and phytochemicals, in this study we propose to examine the effects of walnuts independent of macronutrient content. The purpose of this proposal is to study in depth the short-term effects of walnut consumption in men and women with the metabolic syndrome. Study Aim 1: To investigate the effects of walnuts (48gms per day over 3 days) on insulin resistance in subjects with the metabolic syndrome. Study Aim 2: To...

Assessment and Comparison of Metabolic Changes in Non-psychotic Adults Taking Iloperidone or Olanzapine or Placebo

The purpose of this pilot randomized clinical trial is to begin to delineate the pathophysiological changes associated with antipsychotic associated metabolic side effects. The study will be performed in 36 healthy people between the ages of 18 and 30, who have never taken an antipsychotic, will undergo baseline laboratory tests before being randomized to 5mg BID of olanzapine or 6mg BID of iloperidone or placebo to take for up to 4 weeks. The primary outcome measure will be a ...

Brown Adipose Tissue as a Therapeutic for the Metabolic and Cardiac Dysfunction With Senescence (BATSR)

The objective of this study is to determine the role of BAT in aging-induced impairments in metabolism and cardiac function. This study could have a transformative effect in identifying both a unique role for BAT in aging and as a potential therapeutic target to reduce mortality from senescence. Studying the role of BAT will potentially help us understand and prevent an accelerated aging process, which will help researchers better understand metabolic and cardiac health in the ...

Comparison of Gastric Bypass and Sleeve Gastrectomy in Metabolic and Cardiovascular Indices

Morbidly obese patients undergoing either Roux en Y gastric bypass or sleeve gastrectomy were examined preoperatively, 3, 6, and 12 months after surgery. On each occasion, anthropometric data were collected, resting metabolic rate was measured, and the patients underwent a panel of cardiovascular examinations (heart rate variability, baroreflex sensitivity, heart ultrasound). Following that, they consumed a test meal and completed visual analog scales for the subjective assessm...

Metabolic Determinants Of Resting Energy Expenditure Among Mechanically Ventilated Critically Ill Patients

Currently there are no study related to Indirect Calorimetry (IC) has been done among hospitalised Malaysian ICU adult patients with its racial mix. The aim of this study is to perform a cross-sectional study in Malaysian critically ill patients to determine metabolic determinants that might influence resting energy expenditure (REE) and to develop predictive equation for the estimation of energy requirement using the regression based approach to increase the accuracy in calori...

Metabolic Equivalent of Task (MET) in the Preoperative Assessment in Aortic Surgery

Reliable prediction of the preoperative risk is of crucial importance for patients undergoing vascular operations. The assessment of the metabolic equivalent of task (MET) is an easy clinical evaluation of the functional capacity of an individual. A MET is defined as the resting metabolic rate, that is the amount of the consumed oxygen at rest. According to the MET concept a patient would be considered as "fit for surgery" when the stairs of two flights can be climbed and the h...


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