We have 206 bones, 600 hundred muscles, 100 billion nerves and 30 trillion cell in our body. , The world population is 8 trillion, so we can imagine what types of monumental jobs our amazing body is performing day to day. The most sophisticated machine in the world “ The human body” which we have got it absolutely free from god. This physical body is the biggest asset in our life. But is there any matric through which we can measure the value of this biggest asset?
In share market the value of share is represented by a metrics known as Net Asset Value (NAV) but do we have any metrics through which we can assess the biggest asset of our life our Physical Body?
This question was unanswered for log time!! Unless a group of researcher from Mantra health club unveil the answer by introducing HAV (Health Asset Value) report withthe help of up graded BIA( Bioelectric Impedance analysis ) technology.
This report will gives us a dipper introspection and invaluable observation of our Physical health by producing data like Metabolic Age, Resting Metabolic Rate ( BMR) Body fat%,), Visceral and Subcutaneous fat %, Lean body mass % . This report not only produce data it also comes out with a score or metrics through which we can measure the biggest asset of our life our Physical Health in a better way.
HAV report will help regular exerciser for
Prevent life style diseases
Goal or target set for an exercise
Motivate exercise to achieve the goal
Knowing the proper rating of fitness helps exerciser to fix up goal and motivation
Basal Metabolic Rate, also known as BMR, is the amount of energy your body burns at rest on a daily basis, in other words: it is the number of calories required to keep your body function while you are not doing any physical activities. Even when you are resting your body is using energy to function efficiently. Your body is making your heart pump blood through your veins, for example or your stomach is processing the food you just ate. This process better known as your Basal Metabolic Rate. Your body consumes almost 70% of the calories to function efficiently.
Metabolic age and BMR: As people age, their metabolic rate changes. Basal metabolism rises as a child matures and peaks at around 16 or 17 after this point it typically starts to decrease. The decrease in skeletal muscle weight is the main reason for decreasing of metabolic rate or metabolic age. According to the American standard for women average BMR 1493 calories. For Men average BMR 1662 .
Midlife Obesity: After twenty five years of age our BMR decreased about 10% in very decade it is because we lost ½ pound of muscle ever year. That means loss of in an about 2.5kg lean mass in a decade. When a person reaches to the midlife of forty years of age he or she may loss almost 5 kg of muscles. If muscle weight is reduced, energy consumption within 1 day will also be reduced. On the condition of a declined in BMR, if one still keeps eating habits as when they were young, a “midlife obesity” consequence will be result.
To prevent this from happening, we need to know our Basal Metabolic Rate (B M R) and keep exercising to maintain and increase skeletal muscle weight.
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