Bone Mass

The estimated weight of bone mineral in your body.

This result is reached through statistical calculation based on research findings that there is a close correlation with bone weight and FFM (Fat Free Mass).

While your bone mass is unlikely to undergo noticeable changes in the short term, it’s important to maintain healthy bones by having a balanced diet rich in calcium and by doing plenty of weight-bearing exercise. You should track your bone mass over time and look for any long term changes.

You may refer to the following estimated result of bone masses of persons aged 20 to 40 as a guide to compare your bone mass reading.

NOTE: The following is for the reference of Asian people only. For Caucasian, please refer to http://tanita.eu/tanita-academy/understanding-your-measurements.


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