Find out how healthy you really are!!
BIA measures biomarkers of health including:
- Body composition (fat/muscle ratio)
- Fat Mass & Muscle Mass Quantity/Quality (Which can be used to design the best exercise program for your body)
- Your water and hydration levels
- Phase Angle (how healthy your cells are)
- Cellular toxicity
- Cellular fluid levels
- Cellular Vitality/Energy
The Future of Health
Body composition analysis shows you what your weight is really made up of: water, fat, and muscle. See how InBody can transform how you see weight today.
No Empirical Estimations
Empirical data, such as data related to age and gender, are values that are achieved through observation. Estimations that use empirical data have been used to improve the accuracy in BIA devices that measure impedance using the Whole Body Impedance method. Although useful for measuring the typical and/or healthy body type, problems occur when measuring individuals that have atypical body types, such as high performance athletes or severely overweight individuals. InBody avoids this problem altogether by completely avoiding any use of empirical estimations.
Because InBody’s advanced technology allows for the direct and precise measurement of each of the body’s five segments, including the trunk, InBody devices do not require or take into account any empirical data when producing results. It is unnecessary. The only information InBody requires to determine body composition are height, weight, and impedance. This makes InBody suitable for testing atypical body types. InBody always provides correct results regardless of gender, age, or race. If an individual tests on an InBody device, and immediately re-tests with a different age or gender, that individual will receive the same results on their second test as they did the first.
Results Sheet Interpretation
The following is an example of the InBody Body Composition results sheet.
These will be analyzed and reviewed in house with our Lifestyle Educator post your test.
Health is so much more than just your BMI.
Contact us today to learn more about The InBody Composition Analyzer, BIA Analysis, or to set up an appointment. Call (508) 339-1418 or email us and we’ll be happy to help!