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InBody 570

Find out what you're made of!

The InBody 570 composition scanner measures various aspects of a person's body composition. It uses a technology called bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) to provide detailed information about the following key parameters:

  1. Total Body Water (TBW): This measurement represents the total amount of water in the body, including intracellular and extracellular water. It is typically expressed in liters or as a percentage of total body weight.

  2. Lean Body Mass (LBM): Also known as muscle mass, this measurement quantifies the total weight of all non-fat tissues in the body, including muscles, bones, organs, and skin.

  3. Body Fat Percentage: This percentage indicates the proportion of your body weight that is composed of fat. It helps assess overall body fat levels, which is valuable for health and fitness monitoring.

  4. Body Fat Mass: This is the actual amount of fat in your body, measured in kilograms or pounds.

  5. Muscle Mass: In addition to lean body mass, the InBody 570 often provides specific measurements of muscle mass in different body segments, such as the arms, legs, and trunk.

  6. Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR): This represents the number of calories your body requires at rest to maintain basic physiological functions like breathing and digestion. It's often used for nutritional planning.

  7. Segmental Lean Analysis: The scanner can provide information about the distribution of lean mass and fat in different body segments, helping to identify imbalances or changes in specific areas.

  8. Body Water Distribution: It measures the distribution of water within the body, including intracellular water and extracellular water. This information can be used to assess hydration levels.

  9. Impedance Values: The device also provides impedance values for different frequencies, which can be used for more advanced analysis by healthcare professionals and researchers.

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