2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0004-27302010000500007
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Padronização do gasto metabólico de repouso e proposta de nova equação para uma população feminina brasileira

Abstract: RESUMOObjetivos: Os objetivos do estudo foram normatizar o gasto metabólico de repouso (GMR) de mulheres brasileiras, avaliar a adequação da fórmula de Harris Benedict (HB), a relação entre suas variáveis e propor novas equações para estimativa do GMR. InTRODUçãO I ndependentemente do fator básico desencadeador da obesidade, um desequilíbrio no balanço energético (BE), ou seja, entre a ingestão calórica total (IC) e o gasto energético total (GET), está intimamente relacionado à sua alta prevalência (1).O princ… Show more

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“…When comparing the prediction equations for the assessment of BMR in adult healthy women [ 10 , 11 , 18 20 ] with the measured BMR in women with T2DM investigated in this study, the results were controversial. Although BMR values were overestimated when determined by Harris and Benedict [ 10 ] and Rodrigues et al [ 18 ] equations and underestimated when determined by Mifflin et al [ 20 ] equation, these calculated values were not significantly different from the measured BMR. Only the results determined by the FAO/WHO/UNU [ 11 ] equation were significantly different from the measured BMR values.…”
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confidence: 95%
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“…When comparing the prediction equations for the assessment of BMR in adult healthy women [ 10 , 11 , 18 20 ] with the measured BMR in women with T2DM investigated in this study, the results were controversial. Although BMR values were overestimated when determined by Harris and Benedict [ 10 ] and Rodrigues et al [ 18 ] equations and underestimated when determined by Mifflin et al [ 20 ] equation, these calculated values were not significantly different from the measured BMR. Only the results determined by the FAO/WHO/UNU [ 11 ] equation were significantly different from the measured BMR values.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 95%
“…There is little research that compares the BMR measured by indirect calorimetry with that estimated by prediction equations in adult women with T2DM. Therefore, we selected five equations developed for healthy adult women with different BM [ 10 , 11 , 18 20 ] but only two equations from populations of obese adults with T2DM [ 6 , 23 ].…”
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“…It is known that in populations with severe obesity is actually more difficult to fit the equations, because there is the difficulty in choosing the weight to be applied in the equation, which may influence a lot the results [15]. The use of current weight leads to the overestimation of the results independent of the equation to be applied, and the use of ideal or adjusted weight can result in the underestimation of energy needs [16].…”
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confidence: 99%