The 3 types of metabolism
Your metabolism is broken down into three levels. Basal metabolic rate (BMR) is measured in kilojoules and indicates the minimum energy your body requires to tick over. That’s without lifting a finger. It typically accounts for 40-70% of your daily energy requirements. “On top of your BMR comes your active metabolism,” explains Dr Griffin. “This accounts for 10-30% more, depending on how much exercise and daily activity, even how much fidgeting you do.” This third level refers to kilojoules your body burns while digesting food (yep, you burn kilojoules eating kilojoules). It makes up around 8-15% of total metabolic rate. While it’s not good to become obsessed with counting kilojoules, experts do believe it’s wise to understand these figures.
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