Body Composition - Body Fat % Analysis Scan
Introducing the InBody320
The InBody320 is a fast, easy and highly accurate Body Composition Analyzer that quantitatively measures the four major components of the human body: water, protein, minerals, and fat.
Using multi-frequencies and segmental measurement, the InBody320 shows you detailed information of your body composition in easy to read graphs, and breaks down the four major components as follows:
Body Mass Index (BMI)
- Lean Body Mass (LBM)
- Body Fat (BF)
- Percentage Body Fat (%BF)
- Total Body Water (TBW)
- Intracellular Fluid (ICF)
- Extracellular Fluid (ECF)
- Segmental Fluid Distribution
- Fat Distribution (Waist-Hip Ratio)
- Body Cell Mass (BCM)
- Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
What is Body Composition?
Body composition is the exact physical make-up of your body. Usually, body composition analysis divides the body into two components: body fat and lean body mass. The InBody320 divides body composition into 3 components, comprising total body water (intracellular water and extracellular water), dry lean mass (proteins and minerals), and body fat.
Body composition analysis is to diagnose body components quantitatively so that it can provide basic information of the body condition. Body composition analysis is very important in preventive medicine since it provides the basis of appropriate physical activity and dietary formulas for improving daily life.
It can also be useful when applied to follow-up studies of patients treated for various problems like hormone deficiencies including Adult Onset Growth Hormone Deficiency Disorder (low HGH) and Hypogonadism (low testosterone).
People with abdominal obesity are twice as likely to have diabetes, or an Human Growth Hormone (HGH) deficiency, as those who are not obese in their abdominal region. If a patient is starting HGH and/or testosterone therapy, the InBody320 records and analyzes the body composition before the treatment begins Analyzer is vital tool to record and track the patient’s progress before, during and after the HGH and/or testosterone therapy.
The InBody320 results show the patient the amount of muscle and the percent body fat in their body at the time of the test. The test will clearly show the changes in an individual’s body composition resulting from the hormone treatment that individual has undergone.
Call AAG Health at 1-800-325-1325 for additional information.