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There are dozens of regression equations around, that have been created over the years from studies of various different demographics, simply have a play / choose one that seems suitable e.g.
The Katch-McArdle Formula (Resting Daily Energy Expenditure): P = 370 + (21.6 * LBM) Where LBM is your lean body mass, and LBM = BM * (1-BF) where BF is your bodyfat ratio. Although both the BMR and the BF values you get from your scale are very imprecise. BMR is probably calculated using something like harris and benedict formula.
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