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What is body fat analyzer multi-frequency BIA technology?
Multi frequency body fat analyzer GS6.5 are able to measure impedance at three different frequencies. The additional frequencies provide an exceptional level of accuracy compared to single frequency monitors and also makes it possible to estimate extra-cellular water, intra-cellular water and total body water. This information is essential for providing a detailed insight into a personal health status and for indicating health risks such as severe dehydration or edema (water retention).
Why is it important to monitor body fat percentage?
Measuring weight alone is not a completely accurate assessment of health or fitness because it doesn't distinguish pounds that come from fat and pounds that come from lean muscle mass. Everyone needs some body fat, but too much fat results in obesity--one of the most important public health issues in the United States. According to new federal guidelines, more than half of the US adult population are now overweight or obese, and one out of four children and adolescents is too fat.
Are there any illnesses directly linked to obesity?
Obesity is directly linked with Diabetes Type II and hypertension, and is a contributing risk factor for many other conditions including heart disease, sleep disorders, arthritis, gall bladder disease, stroke, and several forms of cancer. Awareness and monitoring of body fat percentage can be a motivational tool for a fitness or weight management program. Additionally, with any chronic degenerative disease, monitoring body fat and lean body mass is critical to evaluation, treatment, and management of the condition. This information is helpful in determining a suitable exercise and nutritional program on an individual basis.
Are there people for whom the body fat analyzer is not appropriate?
People with pacemakers are advised not to use the monitors. Although there are no known health risks, this is a precaution that is advocated by all manufacturers of BIA. Accuracy is an issue for certain categories of people, but the units may still be used to monitor trends and accurately show degree of change. They include:
People who exceed the weight capacity of the scale (models vary) and/or exceed 75% body fat
Professional athletes and bodybuilders.