Validation of predictive equations for resting energy expenditure in treatment-seeking adults with overweight and obesity: Measured versus estimated Resting energy expenditure: measured vs. estimated

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Leila Itani
Hana Tannir
Dima Kreidieh
Dana El Masri
Marwan El Ghoch

Keywords

obesity; resting energy expenditure; indirect calorimetry; predictive equations

Abstract

The quantification of resting energy expenditure (REE) in patients with obesity is an important mea-sure. We aimed to evaluate the validity of predictive equations in estimating REE compared with indi-rect calorimetry (IC) in treatment-seeking Arab adults with overweight or obesity. Twenty-three predictive equations were compared with REE values measured by IC (Vmax Encore 229) in 89 adult participants with overweight or obesity (mean age = 40.62 ± 15.96 years and mean body mass index [BMI] = 35.02 ± 4.60 kg/m2) referred to the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics of Beirut Arab University (Lebanon). The accuracy of the predictive equations was evaluated on the basis of whether the percentage prediction was within 10% of the measured REE, and the mean difference between pre-dicted and measured values (bias). The Bland–Altman method was used to assess the agreement between the predicted and measured values. The equations that demonstrated the closest agreement with IC were the De La Cruz equation in males (accurate predictions: 68.2%; bias: −19.52 kcal/day) and the Mifflin equation in females (accurate prediction: 61.2%; bias: −36.43 kcal/day). In conclusion, we suggest that these two equations produce the least biased estimations for REE in this population.

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