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Which of the following is a way the body burns calories
The Thermic Effect of Food refers to how many calories we burn of that food during digestion. Protein burns the highest amount at 20-35% of calories burned through processing. Based on this calculation, if you were to eat If you eat 200 calories worth of chicken breast (ie protein), your body would use how many calories during digestion:
Your body composition is made up of the proportion of these 2 things in the body:
True or False: The waist to hip measurement is calculated by dividing your hip measurement by your waist measurement.
The Body mass index (BMI) is a quick screening tool for assessing health risk based on your height and weight, but it is not right for everyone. It may not accurately assess health risks in the following people except for:
True or False: The rule of thumb in weight loss is “To lose 1lb, eat 3500 calories less OR burn 3500 calories more than your body needs”
True or False: Visceral Fat is stored around the organs of the stomach and referred to as “central obesity” or belly fat. This type of fat is more dangerous to your health than subcutaneous fat.
Which of the following is NOT a macronutrient?
True or False: Fibre is a carbohydrate that your body can’t digest. There are 2 types: soluble and insoluble
From an aesthetic standpoint, which of the following is NOT a recommended way to measure fat loss