Constant metabolic rate between ages 20 and 60 wasn’t the only surprising thing the researchers found. Contrary to conventional wisdom, metabolic rates did not differ between men and women, and were not affected by pregnancy or menopause.
This content is for eSavvyHealth Free and eSavvyHealth Premium members only. LoginJoin Now
Our mission at eSavvyHealth is to help you push aside noise, confusion, half-truths and misinformation about health, discover objective sources and facts, and develop the ability to confidently chart a course to a healthy life.
The content eSavvyHealth provides is not intended to be relied upon for medical diagnosis or treatment.
eSavvyHealth.com information is not intended to replace a partnership and consultation with a qualified health care professional. Inform your doctor of any changes you may make to your lifestyle and discuss these with him or her.
Information you read on our site or materials we provide should not cause you to disregard medical advice or delay visiting a medical professional.
For questions or concerns about any medical conditions you may have, please contact your doctor.
eSavvyHealth, eSavvy, and the eSavvyHealth logo are trademarks of eSavvyHealth.
Get Access to More eSavvyHealth Articles and Guidebooks with a Free Membership