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Energy needs
Understanding your body's energy requirements can help guide you when making nutritional choices. There are two ways to determine your energy requirements - the accurate way and the easy way:
  • Accurate way - there are 3 primary components that make up your body's energy expenditure:
    • Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) - most of the body's energy, about 60-70%, goes to supporting the ongoing metabolic work of the body's cells. This includes such activities as heart beat, respiration and maintaining body temperature. To determine your BMR:
      1. For adult males - Multiply the body weight by 10; add double the body weight to this value.
        [i.e., for a 150 lb male, 1,500 + (2 x 150)=1,800 cal/day BMR]

      2. For adult females - Multiply body weight by 10; add the body weight to this value.
        [i.e., for a 120 lb female, 1,200 + 120=1,320 cal/day BMR]
    • Energy Expended During Physical Activity - this second component of the equation depends upon your level of physical activity. Physical activity has a profound effect on human energy expenditure and contributes 20-30% to the body's total energy output. One of the most reliable methods in calculating calories burned during physical activity is the Metabolic Energy (MET) Method. This is the method we have used for the Fitness Partner Connection's Activity Calculator for 158 different activities.
    • Thermic Effect of Food - the last component to calculate has to do with your body's management of food. The increase in energy required to digest food is referred to as the thermic effect of food (TEF) and it's simple to determine:
      TEF = total kcals consumed x 10%
      [i.e., 2,000 kcals consumed/day x 0.10 = 200 kcals expended for TEF]

  • Easy Way - if the above calculations seem too confusing or tedious, you can roughly estimate your daily calorie requirements using this simple formula:
    • for sedentary people: Weight x 14 = estimated cal/day
    • for moderately active people: Weight x 17 = estimated cal/day
    • for active people: Weight x 20 = estimated cal/day Note: Moderately Active is defined as 3-4 aerobic sessions per week. Active is defined as 5-7 aerobic sessions per week.

Osumex LB17 live probiotic - protects the gastrointestinal tract so that it is efficient in absorbing nutrients consumed to provide and maintain the energy needs of the body.

LB17 probiotic contains 17 strains of live active and viable friendly bacteria. Upon consumption, you can generally feel the bacteria working and the beneficial effects within 24-48 hours. LB17 probiotic is essential to good digestive health

Each box contains 60 caps.

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The above information is provided for general educational purposes only. It is not intended to replace competent health care advice received from a knowledgeable healthcare professional. You are urged to seek healthcare advice for the treatment of any illness or disease.
Health Canada and the FDA (USA) have not evaluated these statements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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