International Journal of Endocrinology / 2019 / Article / Tab 6

Research Article

New Predictive Equations for Resting Energy Expenditure in Normal to Overweight and Obese Population

Table 6

New predictive equations among men.

Independent variablesStepwise entry of variablesRR squareAdjusted R squareEquation

All men (n = 208)
Age, Ht, Wt, BMI, IBW, AdjWt, WC, HC, WHR, MAC, TST, MAMAWt0.7240.5240.521REE = 910.062 + Wt × 20.046 − BMI × 21.003
BMI0.7330.5370.533
Age, PBF, FM, FMI, FFM, FFMI, TBWFFM0.6960.4840.482REE = 591.198 + FFM × 19.555 − FM × 9.219
FM0.7310.5340.529

Normal weight men (n = 59)
Age, Ht, Wt, BMI, WC, HC, WHR, MAC, TST, MAMAHt0.4770.2270.214REE = Ht × 18.035 − 1320.610
Age, PBF, FM, FMI, FFM, TBWFFM0.3690.1360.121REE = 1193.657 + FFM × 18.076 − TBW × 6.971
TBW0.4510.2040.175

Over Wt and obese men (n=149)
Age, Ht, Wt, BMI, IBW, AdjWt, WC, HC, WHR, MAC, TST, MAMAWt0.6730.4530.449REE = 852.567 + Wt × 13.342
Age, PBF, FM, FMI, FFM, FFMI, TBWFFM0.6440.4150.411REE = 567.886 + FFM × 19.778 + FM × 8.984
FM0.6820.4650.458

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