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Body Weight
Bone Mass
BMI
Body Fat
Body Water
Muscle

Know your Body Compositions

You must have heard about body composition from various medical experts, famous personalities in the health and wellness domain talking about this metric as an integral part of health measurement.

But all you’re wondering here is, “What exactly does body composition mean?”

Well, don’t worry you are at the right place!

In simple terms, body composition is a method of describing what your body is made of, differentiating between different parameters like fat, protein, minerals, body water, bone density and so on. In short, it provides you with a complete analysis of your health.

Body Weight

Body Weight is the most common metric to analyze the body size, but not the best to understand your health condition. Weight only provides a measure of how gravity works on a mass. Body weight analysis alone is not enough to measure your health. Weight can be affected by hydration, menstrual cycles, food intake, and so on. Body weight alone cannot provide you with the internal health condition, but you can track your overall weight as a general guideline of your body size. But Weight alone isn’t the best indicator of your health. That’s where the body composition comes in the picture! Along with body weight, BMI, BMR, Muscle Mass, Bone Mass, Body Water indexes play a very important supportive role.

Body Mass Index (BMI)

Body Mass Index is a measure which whether you have the right weight as per your height. It provides a close estimate of your body fat and its co-relation to health issues. BMI is a screening tool to decide whether your weight is putting you at any health risk for problems like heart disease, diabetes or even cancer. The interest of measuring body fat came with observed increasing obesity in prosperous western societies. Since this index is being widely used globally as a useful metric for relative obesity.

You can easily calculate BMI with this universal formula:

BMI=Weight kg/Height m2

Body Fat Percentage and Body Fat Mass

Body Fat Percentage is the proportion of fat to total body weight. Body Fat Mass is the actual weight of Fat in your body.

Body Fat helps to keep you warm and protect your organs and joints. If your body fat percentage is too low, your resistance to diseases and energy levels are lower, and you are at risk of health issues. If your body fat percentage is too high, you have a higher risk of diabetes and other health problems.

Too little body fat may lead to osteoporosis, irregular periods in women and possible infertility in the later years. While too much body fat too can damage your health in the long term. Thus it is very important to monitor your body fat and maintain moderation.

Muscle Mass

Muscle Mass is the weight of the muscle in the body. Muscle mass includes skeletal muscles, smooth muscles, such as cardiac and digestive muscles and the water contained in this muscle.

Increase in the muscle mass increases the rate you burn calories which increases your basal metabolic rate and helps to lose weight in a healthy way. Exercising regularly and with high intensity may increase your muscle mass and your total weight by some extent.

Toned muscles make it easier to maintain weight. For every pound of muscle you gain, your body loses about 50 extra calories a day. It helps to increase your strength, reduces risk of injury, and you become more active. It also helps to enhance your appearance, boosts your self-esteem and makes you feel better overall.

Total Body water

Total Body Water is the amount of fluid in the body expressed in percentage of total weight.

Body water is not something we think of every day, but our body loses a lot of water through the skin via sweat and urine. Your body should contain at least 50% of water. Body water helps to regulate body temperature, helps to strengthen muscles and moisturizes your skin. You can increase your body fat percentage by drinking at least 2 litres of water every day.

Body water percentage differs on various matters: gender, age and body composition. Generally, body water percentage of women is comparatively lower than that of men because women have more tissues than men.

The ideal percentage for adult women will fluctuate between 45% and 60%, while the ideal percentage for adult men will be between 50% and 65% of the total body. For the real athletic body types, it is recommended to have 5% more body water than the average adult range.

Bone Mass

Bone Mass percentage provides an estimated weight of bone mineral in your body.

Till the age of 30, your bone mass will continue to increase, however after 30’s it begins to decrease and it can open a host of health issues. Hence, it is very important to take care of your bone mass and keep it healthy and dense.

Calcium is the most well-known ingredient for bones. Calcium is mainly found in dairy products and green leafy vegetables. Other ingredients equally necessary are Vitamin D found in shrimps, fatty fish and eggs, and Potassium found in sweet potatoes, oranges, yoghurt and bananas.