What You Should Know About Body Fat

Body Fat Reference Curves for Children Download PDF
Body Composition and Children’s Health Research Overview
Fat-Loss Decreases and Weight-Loss Increases All-Cause Mortality: Results from Two Epidemiologic Studies
Primary Methods for Determining Body Fat
Body Mass Index Guidelines: Corresponding % Fat Standards Based on Three Country Study
Longitudinal Studies to Determine the Effect of Body Fat Rate Reduction on Blood Pressure
Body Composition
Body Mass Index, Percent Body Fat and Normal Weight Obesity

Validation Studies


Reliability, Validity and Diagnostic Value of a Pediatric Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis Scale Download PDF
How Hydration Affects Physical Performance Download PDF
Composition of Weight Loss While Dieting: Comparison of Research and Clinically-Based Methods
Bioimpedance Analysis: Improved Phenotyping with Whole-Body Analysis Download PDF
Validity of Consumer Model Bioimpedance Analysis System with Established Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DXA)
Composition of Weight Change Assessed Using Leg-to-Leg Bioimpedance (BIA) System
A Comparison of Body Composition Techniques
Body Composition Measurement in Females with Leg-to-Leg Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis Compared to DXA
Use of the Leg-To-Leg Bioelectrical Impedance Method in Assessing Body Composition Change in Obese Women
Application of Leg-to-Leg Bioimpedance System Validity in Children
Comparison of Leg-to-Leg Bioimpedance (BIA) System with Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DXA) in an Elderly Cohort
Bioimpedance Analysis: Evaluation of Leg-to-Leg System Based on Pressure Contact Foot-Pad Electrodes
Bioimpedance Analysis: A New Approach to Measuring Resistance
Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) Using Bipolar Foot Electrodes in the Assessment of Body Composition in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Leg-to-Leg Bioimpedance System Validity in Children
Phenotyping Obese Subjects: Multi-Contact Electrode Bioimpedance System for Practical Body Composition Measurement
Weight Loss Increases and Fat Loss Decreases All-Cause Mortality Rate: Results From Two Independent Cohort Studies
How Useful is Body Mass Index for Comparison of Body Fatness Across Age, Sex and Ethnic Groups?
Diabetic Medicine Report

Advanced BIA Use


Weight Loss-Induced Skeletal Muscle Loss: Accurate Estimation by Bioimpedance Analysis (BIA)
Bioimpedance Analysis of Body Composition: A New Measurement Approach
Appendicular Skeletal Muscle Mass: Measurement with Single Frequency Bioimpedance Analysis (BIA)

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