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BMR energy expended by the body at rest to maintain normal body functions E.g. respiration and circulation.
BMR ACCOUNTS FOR.. 60-75% of daily kcal expenditure. type 1 diabetes -juvenile onset -pancreas fail to produce insulin (not enough insulin) -no insulin-->decrease anabolic action and lose weight
BMR IS PERFORMED WHEN.. 1. Fasting for 12 hours: digestion of food can increase metabolic cost. 2. BMR must be measured when the person is completed rested but is still awake. - in the early morning following a night of restful sleep. - No strenuous exercise should be performe type 2 diabetes -adult onset -lack of sensitivity to insulin (too much insulin) -increase insulin and glucose in blood
LEPTIN -hormone produced by adipocytes to suppress appetite -obese ppl have higher & resistant effects to leptin -higher lepti levels induce risk of CVD Short-term regulation of bp SNS and baroreceptors in aorta and arteries
GHERLIN -hormone produced by stomach and small intestine and a powerful appetite-stimulating hormone -blood level increase b4 u eat and drop after -ppl who lose weight have higher gherlin to maintain body weight -obese ppl have lower gherlin What factors regulate venous return during exercise? (1)venoconstriction (2)skeletal muscle pump (3)respiratory pump
PEPTIDE -hormone produced intestinal cells in response to food intake -then travels to hypo to suppress appetite -obese ppl make less peptide
Created by: mmarino7