Total energy expenditure is repeatable in adults but not associated with short-term changes in body composition.

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serval:BIB_4728DC0068ED
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Article: article from journal or magazin.
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Publications
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Title
Total energy expenditure is repeatable in adults but not associated with short-term changes in body composition.
Journal
Nature communications
Author(s)
Rimbach R., Yamada Y., Sagayama H., Ainslie P.N., Anderson L.F., Anderson L.J., Arab L., Baddou I., Bedu-Addo K., Blaak E.E., Blanc S., Bonomi A.G., Bouten CVC, Bovet P., Buchowski M.S., Butte N.F., Camps SGJA, Close G.L., Cooper J.A., Das S.K., Dugas L.R., Ekelund U., Entringer S., Forrester T., Fudge B.W., Goris A.H., Gurven M., Hambly C., El Hamdouchi A., Hoos M.B., Hu S., Joonas N., Joosen A.M., Katzmarzyk P., Kempen K.P., Kimura M., Kraus W.E., Kushner R.F., Lambert E.V., Leonard W.R., Lessan N., Martin C.K., Medin A.C., Meijer E.P., Morehen J.C., Morton J.P., Neuhouser M.L., Nicklas T.A., Ojiambo R.M., Pietiläinen K.H., Pitsiladis Y.P., Plange-Rhule J., Plasqui G., Prentice R.L., Rabinovich R.A., Racette S.B., Raichlen D.A., Ravussin E., Reynolds R.M., Roberts S.B., Schuit A.J., Sjödin A.M., Stice E., Urlacher S.S., Valenti G., Van Etten L.M., Van Mil E.A., Wells JCK, Wilson G., Wood B.M., Yanovski J., Yoshida T., Zhang X., Murphy-Alford A.J., Loechl C.U., Luke A.H., Rood J., Schoeller D.A., Westerterp K.R., Wong W.W., Speakman J.R., Pontzer H.
Working group(s)
IAEA DLW Database Consortium
Contributor(s)
Speakman J.R.
ISSN
2041-1723 (Electronic)
ISSN-L
2041-1723
Publication state
Published
Issued date
10/01/2022
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
13
Number
1
Pages
99
Language
english
Notes
Publication types: Journal Article
Publication Status: epublish
Abstract
Low total energy expenditure (TEE, MJ/d) has been a hypothesized risk factor for weight gain, but repeatability of TEE, a critical variable in longitudinal studies of energy balance, is understudied. We examine repeated doubly labeled water (DLW) measurements of TEE in 348 adults and 47 children from the IAEA DLW Database (mean ± SD time interval: 1.9 ± 2.9 y) to assess repeatability of TEE, and to examine if TEE adjusted for age, sex, fat-free mass, and fat mass is associated with changes in weight or body composition. Here, we report that repeatability of TEE is high for adults, but not children. Bivariate Bayesian mixed models show no among or within-individual correlation between body composition (fat mass or percentage) and unadjusted TEE in adults. For adults aged 20-60 y (N = 267; time interval: 7.4 ± 12.2 weeks), increases in adjusted TEE are associated with weight gain but not with changes in body composition; results are similar for subjects with intervals >4 weeks (N = 53; 29.1 ± 12.8 weeks). This suggests low TEE is not a risk factor for, and high TEE is not protective against, weight or body fat gain over the time intervals tested.
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Yes
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