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Comparison of Methods for Assessing Body Composition in Women

Author(s): De Oliveira, Mariane Helen1,2; Cheliga Ferreira Silva, Josilene2; Cheliga Ferreira, Rosemeire2; Cruz Caixeta, Jaina2; Pereira, Débora dos Santos1; Melo, Daiane Sousa1; Lopes, Larissa Novais da Silva1; Brandimiller Gottsfritz, Ingrid1

Introduction: The overweight has been increased in the past years. Nowadays, obesity is one of the biggest public health issues, and it is associated with several dysfunctions such as diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular diseases and cancers.

Objective: To analyze the body composition in women through anthropometric formulas and bioelectrical impedance analysis.

Methods: It is a cross-sectional study with 48 non-pregnant women. Body Mass Index, Body Adiposity Index, Waist Circumference, Waist-Hip Ratio, and percentage of body fat by six skinfolds equations and bioelectrical impedance were calculated.

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