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Your new DEXA report is ready.This report was generated on Wednesday, July 24, 2024 and compares data from 5 of your scans against men, ages 33 to 43. You can customize your selected scans and reference population when generating your report.
Measure timeFat %Total massFat massLean massBone mass
Mar 28, 2024 at 8:30am
23.7%
227.6 lbs
53.9 lbs
165.6 lbs
8.2 lbs
Mar 04, 2024 at 8:36am
24.5%
238.1 lbs
58.3 lbs
171.5 lbs
8.3 lbs
Feb 05, 2024 at 8:48am
27.3%
238.6 lbs
65.1 lbs
165.1 lbs
8.4 lbs
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Body fat %
24.5
03/04/24
23.7%
03/28/24
49% of people have higher body fat % than you
Visceral fat
0.44
03/04/24
0.34lbs
03/28/24
You're in the lowest 12% of people for visceral fat
Lean mass
20.3
03/04/24
19.6
03/28/24
You have higher avg lean mass than 59% of people
Bone density
1.45
03/04/24
1.46
03/28/24
You have higher bone density than 79% of people
ALMI
9.85
03/04/24
9.49
03/28/24
You have higher ALMI than 56% of people
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Key Takeaways

Review a summary of your report and learn where your efforts can have the greatest impact.

Strengths
Opportunities
Action Items
Strengths
Your bone density is high

Your bone mineral density (BMD) is in the high range. BMD is the measurement of the amount of minerals (like calcium and phosphorus) found in your bone. Denser bones are associated with a lower risk of fracture.

Your visceral fat is low

Your visceral adipose tissue (VAT) is in the low range. Visceral fat, or "belly fat", is found around the liver, kidneys, spleen, and gut. Maintaining low amounts of visceral fat may help reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes.

Your body fat % is decreasing over time! Subcutaneous fat is located just under the skin and is a store of energy. Continuing to lower your body fat and gain lean mass can help minimize your risk for cardio-metabolic disease, support metabolic function, and keep your hormones balanced.

Opportunities
Lean mass can improve

The current amount of lean mass can be increased. Lean mass includes non-fat tissue like muscles, organs, and connective tissue. Low lean mass can increase the risk of injury, osteoporosis, impaired metabolism, and reduce overall quality of life.

Body fat % can improve

The current amount of body fat can be reduced. Subcutaneous fat is located just under the skin and is a store of energy. Lowering body fat may help decrease your risk for cardio-metabolic diseases, improve metabolic function, and reduce hormone imbalances.

Consistency is king!

We all have opportunities to change our lifestyles for better health. Reflect on which areas you might have the most opportunity to focus on this month: sleep, stress, alcohol, ultra-processed food, or exercise - and take small steps towards improving them.

*Tip: adding is often better than restricting when it comes to behavior change. Small changes can have a big impact over time. Click here to learn more.

Action Items
Increase lean mass

Having more muscle mass and stronger muscles helps support and protect the body, especially as we age:

  • Minimum of (2) full-body strength training sessions per week to start.
  • Amino acids in dietary protein are the building blocks of lean mass. Aim for at LEAST 1 gram of protein/lb of lean mass each day.

More info: Muscle vs. lean: what does it mean?

Maintain low levels of visceral fat

Keeping visceral fat low can significantly reduce your risk of disease. Minimizing the consumption of alcohol and ultra-processed foods while ensuring you get adequate exercise and sleep will go a long way toward maintaining your health.

More info: VAT & your health risks

Nice work, your body fat % is decreasing! If your body fat is dropping, do your best to maintain lean mass by aiming for at least (2) sessions/week of full-body strength training + protein consumption of at least 1g/lb of lean mass/day.

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Body Fat Percentage

The percentage of your total mass (weight) that is fat. The majority of body fat is subcutaneous, stored just under the skin.

Your body fat % compared to men, ages 33 to 43

Compare your body fat % to others in your selected gender & age reference group. Use the dropdown to toggle between scans.

Percentile groups
1-35thpercentile
Lowest body fat %
35-65thpercentile
65-99thpercentile
Highest body fat %

All your data compared to men of the same age over time

See your changes over time and where you fall compared to others of your selected gender.

Percentile groups
1-35thpercentile
Lowest body fat %
35-65thpercentile
65-99thpercentile
Highest body fat %

Body fat % by scan

DateBody fat %Percentile
Mar 28, 2024 at 8:30am
23.7%
51st percentile
Mar 04, 2024 at 8:36am
24.5%
55th percentile
Feb 05, 2024 at 8:48am
27.3%
68th percentile
Jan 03, 2024 at 8:36am
27.4%
69th percentile
Dec 04, 2023 at 8:36am
28.9%
75th percentile

What to know about fat?

Nutrition is often the biggest factor in reducing body fat. Focusing on adequate protein, a sustainable caloric deficit, and including as many healthy foods as possible is a good place to start.

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Visceral Fat (VAT)

Visceral Adipose Tissue (or VAT) also known as “hidden” or “belly” fat forms around the organs. It is associated with an increased risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and some cancers.

Your visceral fat (lbs) compared to men, ages 33 to 43

Compare your visceral fat to others in your selected gender & age reference group. Use the dropdown to toggle between scans.

Percentile groups
1-45thpercentile
Lowest visceral fat
45-85thpercentile
85-99thpercentile
Highest visceral fat

All your data compared to men of the same age over time

See your changes over time and where you fall compared to others of your selected gender.

Percentile groups
1-45thpercentile
Lowest visceral fat
45-85thpercentile
85-99thpercentile
Highest visceral fat

Visceral fat (lbs) by scan

DateVisceral fatPercentile
Mar 28, 2024 at 8:30am
0.3 lbs
12th percentile
Mar 04, 2024 at 8:36am
0.4 lbs
17th percentile
Feb 05, 2024 at 8:48am
0.9 lbs
40th percentile
Jan 03, 2024 at 8:36am
0.7 lbs
32nd percentile
Dec 04, 2023 at 8:36am
0.8 lbs
34th percentile

How can I reduce visceral fat?

Maintaining low levels of visceral fat can seriously reduce your risk for chronic conditions such as heart disease, type-2 diabetes, and some forms of cancer. Reducing alcohol intake, smoking, refined sugars and carbohydrates, and ultra-processed foods with trans fats can help to decrease visceral fat.

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Visceral Fat Percentile Charts
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What is a Healthy Visceral Fat Level?
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Visceral Fat Level Chart: Understanding Your Health Risks
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Lean Mass (BMI-L)

Lean mass index (or BMI-L) is calculated by dividing your lean mass in kilograms by your height in meters squared. It is a height-normalized measurement of your total lean mass.

Your BMI-L compared to men, ages 33 to 43

Compare your BMI-L to others in your selected gender & age reference group. Use the dropdown to toggle between scans.

Percentile groups
1-35thpercentile
Lowest lean mass
35-65thpercentile
65-99thpercentile
Highest lean mass

All your data compared to men of the same age over time

See your changes over time and where you fall compared to others of your selected gender.

Percentile groups
1-35thpercentile
Lowest lean mass
35-65thpercentile
65-99thpercentile
Highest lean mass

Lean mass index by scan

DateLean mass indexPercentile
Mar 28, 2024 at 8:30am
19.6 kg/m2
59th percentile
Mar 04, 2024 at 8:36am
20.3 kg/m2
70th percentile
Feb 05, 2024 at 8:48am
19.6 kg/m2
58th percentile
Jan 03, 2024 at 8:36am
20.6 kg/m2
74th percentile
Dec 04, 2023 at 8:36am
20.4 kg/m2
72nd percentile

Lean Mass Index (BMI-L)

Lean Mass Index is a height normalized measurement of your lean mass. This is similar to BMI, but it excludes your body fat from the measurement to provide a more accurate picture of your health. You can learn more about BMI-L on our blog.

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Gaining Lean Muscle: A Comprehensive Guide
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Muscle vs Lean, what does it mean?
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5 Super Quick Tips on Lean Tissue for Beginners
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Bone Density

Bone density quantifies your fracture risk and lets you compare bone strength against a national population. The BodySpec whole-body bone density measurement is NOT diagnostic but can still be used to gauge general risk.

Your bone density compared to men, ages 33 to 43

Compare your bone density to others in your selected gender & age reference group. Use the dropdown to toggle between scans.

Percentile groups
1-10thpercentile
Lowest bone density
10-30thpercentile
30-99thpercentile
Highest bone density

All your data compared to men of the same age over time

See your changes over time and where you fall compared to others of your selected gender.

Percentile groups
1-10thpercentile
Lowest bone density
10-30thpercentile
30-99thpercentile
Highest bone density

Bone density by scan

DateBone densityPercentile
Mar 28, 2024 at 8:30am
1.46 g/cm2
79th percentile
Mar 04, 2024 at 8:36am
1.45 g/cm2
78th percentile
Feb 05, 2024 at 8:48am
1.45 g/cm2
78th percentile
Jan 03, 2024 at 8:36am
1.45 g/cm2
77th percentile
Dec 04, 2023 at 8:36am
1.49 g/cm2
84th percentile

How can I maintain healthy bones?

Behaviors like regular strength training, load-bearing exercises, and nutritious foods can help maintain bone health as we age.

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The Hard Facts About Bone
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Appendicular Lean Mass Index (ALMI)

Appendicular lean mass index (ALMI) is is calculated by dividing the lean mass from your arms and legs in kilograms by your height in meters squared. ALMI is scaled to height squared and is the most common metric used as an approximation of muscle mass in sarcopenia research

Your ALMI compared to men, ages 33 to 43

Compare your ALMI to others in your selected gender & age reference group. Use the dropdown to toggle between scans.

Percentile groups
1-35thpercentile
Lowest ALMI
35-65thpercentile
65-99thpercentile
Highest ALMI

All your data compared to men of the same age over time

See your changes over time and where you fall compared to others of your selected gender.

Percentile groups
1-35thpercentile
Lowest ALMI
35-65thpercentile
65-99thpercentile
Highest ALMI

ALMI by scan

DateALMIPercentile
Mar 28, 2024 at 8:30am
9.49 kg/m2
56th percentile
Mar 04, 2024 at 8:36am
9.85 kg/m2
67th percentile
Feb 05, 2024 at 8:48am
9.39 kg/m2
53rd percentile
Jan 03, 2024 at 8:36am
10.07 kg/m2
73rd percentile
Dec 04, 2023 at 8:36am
10.25 kg/m2
77th percentile

Appendicular Lean Mass Index (ALMI)

ALMI is a height normalized measurement of your lean mass in your arms and legs.

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