NEAT

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NEATNon-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis
NEATNear Earth Asteroid Tracking (project)
NEATNew Enhanced at
NEATNeuroevolution of Augmenting Topologies (genetic algorithm)
NEATNeue Eisenbahn-Alpentransversale (German: New European Alpine Transit)
NEATNuclear Emergency Assistance & Training Center (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
NEATNorth European Aerospace Test Range (Sweden)
NEATNetwork of East Asian Think-Tanks
NEATNear English Assembler Translator (NCR Corp)
NEATNeue Eisenbahn Alpen Transversale (Switzerland)
NEATNetworks for Endangered Animal Tracking
NEATNutrition Education and Training (program)
NEATNational Emergency Alert for Telecoms (UK)
NEATNational Exchange for Automated Trading (Indian stock exchange)
NEATNaval Embarked Advisory Team
NEATNew England Area Theatre
NEATNeuro Emotional Anti-Sabotage Technique
NEATnet earnings after taxes
NEATNice Easy And Tight
NEATNew European Apprenticeship Tutor
NEATNorthampton Electric Auto Team (high school electric vehicle team)
NEATNASA Employee Attendance Tracking
NEATNuclear Employment Augmentation Team (DTRA)
NEATNew Employee Automated Training
NEATNaval Electronic Intelligence Analysis Terminal
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Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis (NEAT) is a primary variable in resistance to weight gain, and is influenced by environmental and biological factors.
NEAT (Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis) has been discovered to be highly effective for fat burning.
The prevailing focus on moderate to vigorous activity in childhood means there is limited objective information on either sedentary behaviour or non-exercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT), the energy expended during the activities of daily living.
Researchers say NEAT - short for "non-exercise activity thermogenesis," or the calories people burn by walking, standing and fidgeting--can add up to a significant determinant of physical health.
Now, researchers have identified a fourth component, Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis (NEAT), or "the fidget factor." It's the energy used for unconscious activity, like fidgeting, muscle contraction and posture.