Results for: Basal-metabolic-rate

What does the Basal Metabolic Rate represent?

The Basal Metabolic Rate, or BMR, is your metabolic rate, or how  many calories that you burn, when you are completely at rest. It is  responsible for most of the calories t (MORE)

Does fasting increase basal metabolic rate?

The basal metabolic rate in humans is elevated during the first 36-60 (perhaps 72 or more) hours of fasting in humans, declining afterwards (substantially, in the case of prol (MORE)

What factors affect metabolic rate?

Your metabolic rate is the rate at which chemical reactions like respiration take place. Factors which affect your metabolic rate are things like excersise, the proportion of (MORE)

Does malnutrition decrease the metabolic rate?

It depends on a lot of factors. If you by malnutrition mean no feeding at all then yes! But if you mean decreased nutrition of any of the macromolecules (am. ac., carboh., (MORE)