Body Composition Analysis (BCA)

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[Audio] Body Composition Analysis ( BCA). . . Body Composition Analysis.

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[Audio] BODY COMPOSITION 身体成分 Weight 体重 NIL kg Body Fat 体内脂肪 NIL kg Protein 蛋白质 NIL kg Inorganic Salt 无机盐 NIL kg Water Content 含水量 NIL kg Skeletal Muscle 骨骼肌 NIL kg Body Fat Percentage 体内脂肪百分比 NIL Waist-Hip Fat Rate 腰臀脂肪率 NIL Basal Metabolic 基础代谢 kcal BMI Danai BCA Report Template.

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[Audio] NUTRITIONAL ASSESSMENT 营养评估 PROTEIN 蛋白质 Normal INORGANIC 无机 Lack FAT 脂肪 Over WEIGHT ASSESSMENT 体重评估 Weight 体重 Normal Muscle 肌肉 Low OBESITY ANALYSIS 肥胖分析 BMI 体重指数 NIL 18.5 - 25.0 Body Fat Percentage 体脂百分比 Fat HEALTH ASSESSMENT SCORE: NIL/ 100 Danai BCA Report Template.

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[Audio] What is Body Composition ? 1. Body composition is a method of breaking down the body into its core components: fat, protein, minerals, and body water. 2. Provides a much more accurate depiction of health and description of weight than BMI..

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[Audio] The 4 components model of body composition 1. Body Water Content Broken down into the water contained inside your body's cells (intracellular water) and the water outside your cells (extracellular water). Less water intake can cause decrease in blood volume that puts excess pressure on the heart to deliver oxygen and nutrients to the organs, including the muscles Excess water in the body causes the body's salt levels to go down and the cells to swell..

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[Audio] The 4 components model of body composition 2. Protein Protein is a nutrient that the body needs to grow and maintain itself. Lack of protein can make you lose muscle mass, which cuts your strength, makes it harder to keep your balance, and slows your metabolism. Excess protein consumed is usually stored as fat. This can lead to weight gain over time.

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[Audio] The 4 components model of body composition 3. Minerals/ Inorganic salts The cells use minerals to transmit electrical impulses across their membranes and to other cells throughout the body. Examples of these salts include sodium chloride ( NaCl), potassium bromide ( KBr), calcium chloride ( CaCl2), and magnesium bromide ( MgBr2). Mineral deficiencies can lead to a variety of health problems, such as weak bones, fatigue, or a decreased immune system..

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[Audio] The 4 components model of body composition 4. Body Fat There are two types of fat in your body. Fat free Mass ( FFM). Also known as essential fat. This kind of fat is in your bones, liver, kidneys, intestines, and muscles. This fat required for body to function normally. Fat mass. Also known as stored fat, this is found in your adipose tissue. This type of fat is used as energy for your body. It insulates and cushions your body. It surrounds your organs and is just under your skin..

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[Audio] The 4 components model of body composition Excessive stored fat can be harmful to your health. Having too much stored fat can lead to chronic diseases and conditions. These may include: Heart failure Diabetes Obesity Fatigue.

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[Audio] Muscle Fat Analysis Uses bar graph to provide a comparison between weight , skeletal muscle mass and body fat mass. The length of the bar graph indicates the relationship between the current weight to average value for that specific segment based on the client's height. WEIGHT Total Body Weight SKELETAL MUSCLE MASS ( SMM) The total weight of your client's Skeletal Muscle. These are the muscles that can be grown and developed through exercise..

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[Audio] Muscle Fat Analysis BODY FAT MASS This is how much body fat your client has, and includes both the surface level and internal fat. The Muscle-Fat Analysis also tells you whether your client has a healthy balance of SMM and Body Fat Mass in respect to his or her weight..

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[Audio] Muscle Fat Analysis Graph Body Type There are 3 body types ; 1. The Basic Body Type: " C-Shape" A C-shaped individual has a shorter bar length for SMM than for weight and Body Fat Mass. Although this is characteristic of someone who is overweight or obese, you may see this shape in someone who is normal or underweight, too..

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[Audio] Muscle Fat Analysis Graph Body Type 2. The Basic Body Types: " I-Shape" An I-shaped individual has a "balanced" body composition, meaning their Weight, Skeletal Muscle Mass, and Body Fat Mass bars roughly form a straight line. I-shaped people don't have body compositions that put them at health risks..

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[Audio] Muscle Fat Analysis Graph Body Type 3. The Basic Body Types: " D-Shape" A D-shaped person has a longer SMM bar than both their weight and body fat bars. This is indicative of an "athletic" body type and is considered to be the ideal body composition shape..

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[Audio] Obesity Analysis What are the key indicators used to assess obesity? 1. Body Mass Index ( BMI) Body mass index (BMI) is a simple index of weight-for- height that is commonly used to classify overweight and obesity in adults 2. Body fat rate/percentage (%) Value that tells you how much of your body weight is made up of fat 3. Waist hip rate (%) Waist-to-hip ratio compares your waist measurement to your hip measurement. Higher ratios can mean you have more fat around your waist. 4. Water Rate (%) Water consumption is associated with numerous health benefits and its adequate intake could contribute to prevent obesity.

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[Audio] Weight Control Data Weight control gives the client a guideline so they can adjust their diet and exercise in order to attain a healthy percent body fat. This data is important in monitoring the client's health. Elements in weight control data : 1. Target weight 2. Weight Control 3. Fat control 4. Muscle Control 5. Basic Metabolic 6. Health assessment score.

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[Audio] What are some tips to keep a healthy weight? Exercise often Eat a healthy breakfast daily Stay hydrated. Eat responsibly and mindfully Tracking your diet and exercise Cutting back on sugar and refined carbohydrates Getting a good night's sleep Managing your stress levels.