Why should you have the Resting Metabolic Rate & Energy Test?
Eat for your metabolism
The RMR test gives you accurate results that can help you plan your diet. You can eat the right amount of calories for your body. If your health goals include building muscle or losing weight, and we can help you accomplish them.
No more guessing
By getting a resting metabolic rate and energy test, it takes the guesswork out of your diet. Instead of estimating if your metabolism is fast or slow, Body DEXA Fit can give you accurate results.
How should I prepare for the test?
In order to get accurate results the client must ensure that their metabolism is resting and not influenced by external factors. Therefore the following pre-test instructions must be adhered to:
- Do not undertake strenuous exercise for a minimum of 12 hours prior to testing
- No eating or drinking (except water) for a minimum of 4 hours prior to testing, but less than 12 hours.
- Do not take stimulants (e.g. nicotine or caffeine) for a minimum of 4 hours prior to testing
- No alcohol consumption for a minimum of 12 hours prior to testing.
- No hot showers/baths for a minimum of 4 hours prior to testing
- Continue to take any prescribed medication as per normal
Find out the Answers by taking the Metabolic Energy Test
RMR Test Without a Consult
- RMR Test
- Quick, simple with results emailed within 1 hr
- Perfect for returning clients
RMR Test + Detailed Explanation
- RMR Test
- Detailed explanation of results
- Perfect for new clients
RMR Test + DEXA Scan
- RMR Test
- DEXA Scan
- For additional $80, get a detailed explanation of both
How is energy produced?
The process of manufacturing energy in the human body is termed metabolism.
Metabolism is not the result of a single process but is the culmination of a series of processes including;
Eating of foods containing different nutrients.
- Digestion of foods into smaller macro-nutrients such as glucose, fats and amino acids.
- Absorption of the macro-nutrients from the stomach into blood stream.
- Transport of the nutrients to the cells
- Further chemical breakdown (oxidation) of fat and glucose to produce energy in two forms; heat and ATP.
The rate of metabolism (energy production) can vary significantly during the day and has been classified accordingly;
To calculate your ratios of carbohydrate, protein and fat for a given daily Calorie amount, visit free dieting website.
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