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Recent Trends in Estimating Energy Expenditures in Japan
Nippon Eiseigaku Zasshi (Japanese Journal of Hygiene)
Estimating energy expenditures for daily activities has become an important issue in the promotion of individual health. From this point of view, the variety of estimation methods and their characteristics applied in many countries were surveyed. Then the essential bases used to estimate energy expenditures with the relative metabolic rate (RMR) method and the active energy expenditure rate (Ea) method, which were originally developed and used in Japan, were substituted for daily activitiesdoi:10.1265/jjh.47.881 fatcat:xvhl4aqrdbg77enftdyjxsjpby