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We evaluated the extent to which age, cardiorespiratory fitness, and body fat can independently determine wholebody heat loss (WBHL) in 87 otherwise healthy adults. We show that increasing age is a major predictor for decreasing WBHL in otherwise healthy adults (aged 20-70 years), accounting for 40% of the variation in the largest study to date. While greater body fat also had a minor detrimental impact on WBHL, there was no significant role for cardiorespiratory fitness. Résumé : On évaluedoi:10.1139/apnm-2017-0322 pmid:28750177 fatcat:b7fkf3s4rzdixk7ytxpbbq3pxe