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Case studies

Healthy female example

This 28 year old athlete has above average muscle mass and enjoys hiking and playing flag football. Her body is composed of 30% fat, well below the upper healthy limit of 35%.

Healthy male example

This 28 year old male maintains a 15.8% body fat that is leaner than 19 out of 20 North American males of his age. He eats a mostly vegetarian diet and enjoys trail running.

Natural female body builder with muscle increase

This 30 year old female athlete managed to build 22 lbs of muscle over two years through lots of heavy training and well structured nutrition.

Male athlete reducing body fat

This male reduced his percent fat from 27% down to 14% over nine months. During this time he decreased fat by 32.5 lbs and lean mass by 9.5 lbs.

Female with high percent fat

This 50 year old female is active and well muscled but is currently at 51% body fat. She is planning on slowly reducing body fat over the next two years through 5km of walking every day and dietary modifications.

Young male with osteoporosis

This otherwise healthy 32 year old runner came in for a scan for athletic performance goals but we found he had very low bone density on the whole body scan. A bone density scan of the spine confirmed this and he is seeking treatment via his family doctor.

Sample healthy female report

Summary

This page provides patient identification, scan date and the lean, fat and bone tissue in metric and "old school". It references the health of your percent fat and displays limb muscle symmetry.

Metabolic rate estimate

This page estimates your resting metabolic rate and also under various levels of activity using the Katch-McArdle formula. calories can be split into any macro-nutient ratio you desire, including ketogenic, zone and paleo ratios.

Whole body bone mineral density

This is the bone mineral assessment page. Whole body bone mass is an important screening tool for low bone density. Follow-up scans allow for tracking the improvement over time.

Whole body lean and fat composition

This page shows the breakdown in grams of lean and fat mass in the arms legs and torso. It also contains reference data allowing comparison with the average values for your age.

ACSM body fat standards

The American College of Sports Medicine has produced reference ranges that allow us to screen for disease risk and optimize sport performance.

Sample healthy male report

Summary

This page provides patient identification, scan date and the lean, fat and bone tissue in metric and "old school". It references the health of your percent fat and displays limb muscle symmetry.

Metabolic rate estimate

This page estimates your resting metabolic rate and also under various levels of activity using the Katch-McArdle formula. calories can be split into any macro-nutient ratio you desire, including ketogenic, zone and paleo ratios.

Whole body bone mineral density

This is the bone mineral assessment page. Whole body bone mass is an important screening tool for low bone density. Follow-up scans allow for tracking the improvement over time.

Whole body lean and fat composition

This page shows the breakdown in grams of lean and fat mass in the arms legs and torso. It also contains reference data allowing comparison with the average values for your age.

ACSM body fat standards

The American College of Sports Medicine has produced reference ranges that allow us to screen for disease risk and optimize sport performance.

Bone density scan of the hip and spine

Bone density of the lumbar spine

This page provides the raw data for the bone density measurement of the top four lumbar vertibrae. It also compares the bone density result with that of the population in the colored graph. This information is used to assess fracture risk and response to exercise and other lifestyle changes.

Bone density of the hip

This page provides the raw data for the bone density measurement of the proximal femur and hip region. It also compares the bone density result with that of the population in the colored graph. This information is used to assess fracture risk and response to exercise and other lifestyle changes.