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Sauna-Induced Body Mass Loss in Young Sedentary Women and Men

Table 3

Sauna-induced BML in three BMI categories comprising women and men.

Statistical parameterWomenMen
UnderweightNormal weightOverweight and obeseUnderweightNormal weightOverweight and obese
BMBMLBMBMLBMBMLBMBMLBMBMLBMBML
[kg][kg][kg][kg][kg][kg][kg][kg][kg][kg][kg][kg]

Max57.70.4800.785.81.268.80.499.90.8121.01.3
Min43.40.1450.171.40.451.00.151.60.271.00.5
Mean50.490.2557.930.3477.420.7057.800.3273.080.4293.350.82
3.2490.0566.8690.1024.5330.1893.7070.0808.1770.14012.3040.207
CV [%]6.4422.8611.8630.455.8627.086.4125.2411.1933.3313.1825.34
BML [%]0.4850.5780.9020.5480.5750.875

Explanations: Max: maximum value, Min: minimum value, : standard deviation, CV: coefficient of variation, BMI: body mass index, and BML: body mass loss.

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