Body Weight Two Weight Gain and Weight Loss - Description
Changes in body weight reflect shifts in many different materials not only fat but also water bone minerals and lean tissue such as muscles An 18 yr old teen who is 510 and weighs 150lbs Carries about 90lbs as water and 30lbs as fat 30 lbs are lean tissues muscles organs and bones o ID: 736623 Download Presentation
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Changes in body weight reflect shifts in many different materials not only fat, but also water, bone minerals, and lean tissue such as muscles.. An 18 yr. old teen who is 5’10 and weighs 150lbs. Carries about 90lbs. as water and 30lbs. as fat. 30 lbs. are lean tissues: muscles, organs and bones of the skeleton. If all of that is stripped away the person only weighs 30lbs..
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Body Weight Two Weight Gain and Weight Loss
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