Inbody Analysis

  • What is Inbody?

    Non-invasive scan in just 3 minutes.

  • Common Questions

    Frequently asked questions.

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What is Inbody?

Weight alone is not a clear indication of good health because it does not distinguish how many pounds of fats and how many pounds are lean body mass. By simply standing on the InBody’s footplates and holding the handgrips, you can regularly monitor your Body Fat, Muscle Mass, and Muscular Development, so you can understand how your diet, lifestyle and exercise regimen are influencing your body composition. The InBody tells you what’s working for you, so you can target and reach your wellness.

Common Questions

Why do I need to know how much muscle I have?

Results sheet will show if you have enough water and protein/Through the Edema/mineral and protein.

What is the purpose of fat and how much do I need?

The InBody identifies the amount of fat in the body along with the appropriate recommended ranges. Body fat accumulation is the result of excess calorie intake. These calories are deposited as fat to preserve energy. Body fat can serve as a protective cushion and a certain amount of fat is considered vital. Too little fat inhibits the body’s natural immune response and normal hormone function. Fat insulates the body and can be metabolized to generate heat in response to low temperatures. It is the most concentrated source of caloric energy. Too much body fat can lead to a high risk of disease.

Why can’t I base my current health status off my weight alone?

The ratio between muscle mass and body fat is more meaningful and important than body weight alone. Muscle is denser and weighs more than fat, so a lean, muscular person can weigh more than someone with a higher amount of body fat. Percent Body Fat, rather than weight, is a more accurate means of assessing degrees of obesity or degrees of fitness.