Body Composition Analysis

Measure Your Physical Markers And Gain Insight Into Your Current State Of Health

Utilising The Latest InBody 770 Technology To Measure Your Body’s Statistics


 

Our medical-grade InBody 770 measures your body composition quickly and easily.  With highly accurate results and a vast array of measurement outputs, this premium body composition analyser is being used by doctors and hospitals worldwide in medical research, patient monitoring, sports medicine and more.

The InBody 770 takes a snapshot of your inner health and produces detailed body composition analysis in under one minute.  With its groundbreaking patented technology, it is viewed to be the highest grade of body composition devices currently available, outside of hospital-grade DEXA scanners.

At the end of your scan you will be provided with a personalised results sheet which gives a comprehensive, easy-to-read assessment of your total body composition and body water, components that are key in understanding more about your body.  Detailed graphs and recommended ranges clearly illustrate your results, progress and targets.

Please see the InBody UK FAQs page for further details on how to best prepare for your scan.

 

Your Body Composition Report Includes:

 

  • Total Body Weight

Accurately broken down into intracellular and extracellular water, protein (dry lean muscle mass), minerals and body fat mass.

 

  • Muscle-Fat Analysis

Uses bar graphs to illustrate a comparison between weight, skeletal muscle mass and body fat mass.  The length of the bar graphs provide a comparison between “normal” values based on your height.

 

  • Obesity Analysis

Broken down into Body Mass Index (BMI) and Percentage Body Fat (PBF).  PBF is a more accurate determination of your health because it compares your fat levels to your weight.  Although BMI is outdated, it is included on your results sheet as it is still commonly used in scientific research.

 

  • Segmental Lean Analysis

Assesses lean muscle mass distribution within the five segments of your body – right arm, left arm, torso, right leg and left leg.  This helps professionals closely monitor changes and make any adjustments as necessary.

 

  • Extracellular Water Ratio Analysis

Total body water is composed of intracellular and extracellular water.  ECW/TBW analysis can detect unusual shifts in fluid distribution or changes in the extracellular/intracellular water ratio.

 

  • Body Composition History

After your InBody test is taken, your results are saved onto the device and can be recalled if a unique ID is entered at the beginning of the test.  The cumulative graph quickly shows changes in your body composition so that dietary and/or exercise modifications can be made as necessary.

 

  • InBody Score

This score shows the evaluation of your body composition, which includes muscle, fat, and water in the body.

 

  • Visceral Fat Area

Visceral fat is the fat surrounding your organs.  Higher amounts of visceral fat are associated with the development of diseases such as diabetes, stroke and dementia.

 

  • Weight Control

This is given as a guideline so that you can adjust your diet and exercise in order to achieve a healthy body fat percentage. This data is also useful in monitoring your health.

 

  • Body Balance Evaluation

Evaluates the balance of the body based on Segmental Lean Analysis.

 

  • Segmental Fat Analysis

This is a deritavive of the segmental lean analysis as is presented in a similar manner.  Your results sheet will provide the weight of fat in each segment of your body and the percentage above and below sufficiency.

 

  • Research Parameters

This section of your results sheet includes the amount of water held both within and outside of your body’s cells, your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) which is the minimum number of calories needed to sustain life at a resting state, your Bone Mineral Content which is is the amount of minerals present within in your bones and is an indicator of how strong your bones are, and your Body Cell Mass which is the total mass of all cellular elements in the body, which constitutes all metabolically active tissues of the body.

 

  • Whole Body Phase Angle

Your Phase Angle is a direct measurement of the integrity (health) of your cells.  A low phase angle is consistent with an inability of cells to store energy and an indication of breakdown of the cellular membranes.  A high phase angle is consistent with large quantities of intact cell membranes and body cell mass.  Simply put, your phase angle goes up when you’re healthy and down when you’re ill.  It also goes down as you age.  When you increase your Phase Angle, you slow down aging!

 

  • Impedance

Provides segmental impedance values at varying frequencies to obtain an accurate analysis of your body.

 

Body Composition Analysis:  £90

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